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l'Age du Bronze

Characterising lighting ambiances through the study of lamps in Kommos town (Crete) during the Bronze Age (3200-1100 B.C.)

Characterising lighting ambiances through the study of lamps in Kommos town (Crete) during the Bronze Age (3200-1100 B.C.)

... (Bronze Age) (Kurzmann, 2005), of Tel Kedesh in North Galilee (Persian period) (Elrasheedy, Schindler, 2015) or, more generally, in Ancient Greece (Vth-IVth centuries ...

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Exceptionally high levels of lead pollution in the Balkans from the Early Bronze Age to the Industrial Revolution

Exceptionally high levels of lead pollution in the Balkans from the Early Bronze Age to the Industrial Revolution

... the Bronze Age in the Carpathian–Balkan region, with evidence for arseni- cal bronze use at this time (6) especially close to the Cu-rich deposits south of ...European Bronze Age onset ...

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Morphometry of Middle Bronze Age palstaves. Part II - spatial distribution of shapes in two typological groups, implications for production and exportation.

Morphometry of Middle Bronze Age palstaves. Part II - spatial distribution of shapes in two typological groups, implications for production and exportation.

... Middle Bronze Age production areas and cultural ...629 bronze palstaves excavated in northern France, belonging to Breton and Norman typological groups, was treated by (open) outline-based ...

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Constraining the landscape of Late Bronze Age Santorini prior to the Minoan eruption: Insights from volcanological, geomorphological and archaeological findings

Constraining the landscape of Late Bronze Age Santorini prior to the Minoan eruption: Insights from volcanological, geomorphological and archaeological findings

... palaeotopography is the relation between the collapsed volume and the depth of sea water in the flooded caldera. As discussed by Johnston et al. (2014, 2015) , Nomikou et al. (2016) and Hooft et al. (2019) , the Minoan ...

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Geoarchaeological investigations at Akko, Israel: New insights into landscape changes and related anchorage locations since the Bronze Age

Geoarchaeological investigations at Akko, Israel: New insights into landscape changes and related anchorage locations since the Bronze Age

... This age is confirmed by ceramics similar to those discovered in the core AK-XV-1 dated to the 5 to 4th century ...Middle Bronze Age (Juglets, amphoraes, cooking pots; Figure ...

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Low prevalence of lactase persistence in bronze age europe indicates ongoing strong selection over the last 3,000 years

Low prevalence of lactase persistence in bronze age europe indicates ongoing strong selection over the last 3,000 years

... the Bronze Age battle can now be dated to the first half of the 13 th century ...the Bronze Age ...the Bronze Age site in the Tollense Valley has uncovered remains of a minimum ...

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Low prevalence of lactase persistence in bronze age europe indicates ongoing strong selection over the last 3,000 years

Low prevalence of lactase persistence in bronze age europe indicates ongoing strong selection over the last 3,000 years

... Supplemental References: S1 Price, T., D., Frei, R., Brinker, U., Lidke, G., Terberger, T., Frei, K., M., and Jantzen, D. (2019). Multi-isotope proveniencing of human remains from a bronze age battlefield ...

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STEROLS AND BILE ACIDS IN URBAN AND RURAL SOILS AS FAECAL MARKERS OF LAND-USE SINCE THE BRONZE AGE

STEROLS AND BILE ACIDS IN URBAN AND RURAL SOILS AS FAECAL MARKERS OF LAND-USE SINCE THE BRONZE AGE

... LC DOC CDOC C Middens Bile acids in Bronze Age settlement layers and middens Samples from middens contain low amounts of bile acids (only LCA and DCA) indicative of cattle breeding. These data corroborate ...

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The Technology of Copper Alloys, Particularly Leaded Bronze, in Greece, its Colonies, and in Etruria during the Iron Age

The Technology of Copper Alloys, Particularly Leaded Bronze, in Greece, its Colonies, and in Etruria during the Iron Age

... in bronze did not decrease to very low ...leaded bronze, or more accurately leaded copper, used in tripods was a reaction to a brief lack of sufficient tin, but even after tin imports had resumed, the ...

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Bronze Age in Atlantic France around 1600 BC

Bronze Age in Atlantic France around 1600 BC

... Early Bronze Age, but burial mounds that could possibly date from this period are very scarce and were formerly excavated, thus providing very few ...

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Armorican Arrowheads Biographies: Production and Function of an Early Bronze Age prestige good from Brittany (France)

Armorican Arrowheads Biographies: Production and Function of an Early Bronze Age prestige good from Brittany (France)

... accompanying grave goods makes it possible to develop a rather detailed picture of the evolution of this craft despite the small number of reliable radiocarbon dates. Figure 1. Distribution map of the Early ...

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Plant Resources from the Bronze Age and the first Iron Age in the northwestern arc of the Mediterranean Basin

Plant Resources from the Bronze Age and the first Iron Age in the northwestern arc of the Mediterranean Basin

... the Bronze Age and First Iron Age in the northwestern Mediterranean ...the Bronze Age and became widespread in the First Iron ...the Bronze Age, seem to dissipate in the ...

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The production and use of archery-related items as reflects of social changes during the Late Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age in Europe

The production and use of archery-related items as reflects of social changes during the Late Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age in Europe

... Early Bronze Age ...Early Bronze Age, the level of know-how as well the context of production suggests that these items were manufactured by craftsmen for the ...Early Bronze ...

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Bronze Age Domestic Architecture in Eastern Syria : Familiar, Social and Economic Implications

Bronze Age Domestic Architecture in Eastern Syria : Familiar, Social and Economic Implications

... F ABRICE D E B ACKER Cardiophylax en Urartu: Un Modèle Celtibère ........................................569 B IRGÜL Ö GÜT , C HRISTIAN K ONRAD P ILLER Bronze Age Anthropomorphic Figurines from Northern ...

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Horse males became over-represented in archaeological assemblages during the Bronze Age

Horse males became over-represented in archaeological assemblages during the Bronze Age

... the Bronze Age ...Late Bronze Age cemeteries of the Volga-Ural region associated with the Sintashta, Potapvka and Petrovka cultures, that suggest a domination of male horses in funerary rates ...

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An interdisciplinary tillage erosion experiment: establishing a new field in grasslands with reconstructed ard plough of the bronze age iron age

An interdisciplinary tillage erosion experiment: establishing a new field in grasslands with reconstructed ard plough of the bronze age iron age

... the Bronze Age-Iron Age for setting up new fields in grasslands or tilling a long-term fallow field, and (ii) provide the first evaluation of tillage erosion of a pre-historical tillage ...

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Genomic History of Neolithic to Bronze Age Anatolia,
Northern Levant, and Southern Caucasus

Genomic History of Neolithic to Bronze Age Anatolia, Northern Levant, and Southern Caucasus

... A total of 26 individuals from Alalakh produced genome-wide data and are included in genetic analyses. d - ALA001 (Square 45.71, Locus 03-3017, Pail 257, Skeleton 04-9), Burial 4 in the Plastered Tomb ( Yener, 2013b ) in ...

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The organization of space and time in the quartier Mu of Malia (Crete, bronze age, 3200-1100 BC), in light of lamps

The organization of space and time in the quartier Mu of Malia (Crete, bronze age, 3200-1100 BC), in light of lamps

... in Bronze Age buildings of the Eastern Mediterranean and Aegean ...Middle Bronze Age Cretan city and its corpus of lamps, we can identify several light- ing devices, of various kinds and ...

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Towards reconstruction of the lost Late Bronze Age intra-caldera island of Santorini, Greece

Towards reconstruction of the lost Late Bronze Age intra-caldera island of Santorini, Greece

... K-Ar age obtained by the K-Ar Cassignol-Gillot technique, seems to have started to grow immediately after the Cape Riva eruption at ...obtained age does not constrain the duration of island ...this ...

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Multiple timescale constraints for high-flux magma chamber assembly prior to the Late Bronze Age eruption of Santorini (Greece)

Multiple timescale constraints for high-flux magma chamber assembly prior to the Late Bronze Age eruption of Santorini (Greece)

... The collective dataset shows that: (1) the LBA rhyodacite was derived mostly from a source region of gabbroic/dioritic composition at 8-12 km depth in the subcaldera pluton, and was tra[r] ...

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