Bronze
Bronze is an alloy consisting primarily of copper and other metals. The addition of other metals (usually tin, sometimes arsenic), produces an alloy much harder than plain copper. The historical peri...
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Bronze Age Teenager Was Well-Traveled, Held High Status, Her Preserved Remains Show
The remains of a Bronze Age teenager discovered in Denmark reveal she came from far away, and artifacts found buried with her suggest someone of high status, researchers say. A new analysis of the wel...
Secret chamber hidden beneath ancient temple in Lebanon surprises archaeologists
Nothing ignites archaeological and historical curiosity more than an unexpected and mysterious discovery. A secret room newly uncovered by researchers at a Bronze Age temple in Sidon, Lebanon, is such
Gniezno Doors - Drzwi Gnieźnieńskie - Porta Regia - Gniezno Doors, XII w./2/- Detale & Perotinus, XII/XIII w. !
II - Locating the origin of the doors has been the subject of much discussion. It is clear that their style derives from the Mosan area in modern Belgium and...
Bronze Age
The smith in the Bronze age was a very important and magical figure.
Bronzeware
Bronze is an alloy consisting primarily of copper and the addition of other metals (usually tin) and sometimes arsenic, phosphorus, aluminium, manganese, and silicon. These additions produces an alloy...
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Brass
Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc; the proportions of zinc and copper can be varied to create a range of brasses with varying properties. It is a substitutional alloy: atoms of the two constit...
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Bronze Age
The Bronze Age is a time period characterized by the use of bronze, proto-writing, and other early features of urban civilization.The Bronze Age is the second principal period of the three-age Stone-B...
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Bronze sculpture
Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called simply a "bronze".Common bronze alloys have the unusual and desirable property of expanding slightly...
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Bronze Age Teenager Was Well-Traveled, Held High Status, Her Preserved Remains Show
The remains of a Bronze Age teenager discovered in Denmark reveal she came from far away, and artifacts found buried with her suggest someone of high status, researchers say. A new analysis of the wel...
Ziggurat
Ziggurats (/ˈzɪɡəræt/ ZIG-ər-at; Akkadian ziqqurat, D-stem of zaqāru "to build on a raised area") were massive structures built in the ancient Mesopotamian valley and western Iranian plateau, having t...
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Bronzing
Bronzing is a process by which a bronze-like surface is applied to other materials (metallic or non-metallic). Some bronzing processes are merely simulated finishes (patinas) applied to existing metal...
Calamine brass
Calamine brass is brass produced by a particular alloying technique using the zinc ore calamine directly, rather than first refining it to metallic zinc. Zinc smelting is difficult and the pure metal...
Lorestān bronze
Lorestān bronze is a set of Early Iron Age bronze artifacts of various individual forms which have been recovered from Lorestān and Kermanshah areas in west-central Iran. They include a great number o...
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Bobrinski Bucket
The Bobrinski Bucket is a 12th-century bronze bucket originally manufactured for a merchant in 1163 out of bronze with copper and silver inlaid decorations. It provides one of the earliest examples o...
Urnfield culture
The Urnfield culture (c. 1300 BC – 750 BC) was a late Bronze Age culture of central Europe. The name comes from the custom of cremating the dead and placing their ashes in urns which were th...
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French Bronze
French Bronze is a form of bronze typically consisting of 91% copper, 2% tin, 6% zinc, and 1% lead.
The term French bronze was also used in connection with cheap zinc statuettes and other articles...
Apennine culture
The Apennine culture is a technology complex in central and southern Italy [1] from the Italian Middle Bronze Age (15th-14th centuries BC). In the mid-20th century the Apennine was divided into Proto-...
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Tumulus culture
The Tumulus culture (German: Hügelgräberkultur) dominated Central Europe during the Middle Bronze Age (ca. 1600 BC to 1200 BC).It was the descendant of the Unetice culture. Its heartland was the a...
Unetice culture
The Únětice culture ([ˈuːɲɛcɪt͡sɛ], Czech Únětická kultura, German Aunjetitzer Kultur, Polish Kultura unietycka) is an archaeological culture of the Central European Bronze Age, dated roughly to about...
Unetice culture - Wikipedia
Gui (vessel)
A gui (Chinese: 簋; pinyin: guǐ) is a type of bowl-shaped ancient Chinese ritual bronze vessel used to hold offerings of food, probably mainly grain, for ancestral tombs. As with other shapes...
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Statuary bronze
Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called simply a "bronze".Common bronze alloys have the unusual and desirable property of expanding slightly...
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Gilding metal
Gilding metal is a copper alloy, a brass, comprising 95% copper and 5% zinc. Gilding metal is used for various purposes, including the jackets of bullets, driving bands on some artillery shells, as we...
Florentine bronze
Florentine bronze is a modern term for an alloy usually formed as a mixture of aluminium or tin (<10%) and copper (>90%). Currently no chemical formula for Florentine bronze has been made as it ...
Bianzhong
Bianzhong (pronounced [pi̯ɛ́n t͡ʂʊ́ŋ]) is an ancient Chinese musical instrument consisting of a set of bronze bells, played melodically. These sets of chime bells were used as polyphonic musical inst...
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Stanton Drew stone circles
Aerial video of the great circle and north east circle at Stanton Drew stone circlesThe Stanton Drew stone circles are just outside the village of Stanton Drew in the English county of Somerset. The...
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