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Bronze Tripod Cauldron, Mycenae
Image by Mark Cartwright

Bronze Tripod Cauldron, Mycenae

Mycenaean bronze tripod cauldron (1180-1050 BCE), Mycenae. Archaeological Museum, Mycenae.
10 Maps of Bronze Age Empires
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10 Maps of Bronze Age Empires

During the Bronze Age, which spanned roughly from 3300 BCE to 1200 BCE, several powerful empires emerged, shaping the course of early civilization. In this collection of ten maps, we take a look at the empires that flourished in regions such...
Bronze Age Mediterranean Invasions & Migrations
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Bronze Age Mediterranean Invasions & Migrations

A map of the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean indicating the various invasions and migrations of the period.
Bronze Tripod, Mycenae
Image by Mark Cartwright

Bronze Tripod, Mycenae

A Mycenaean bronze tripod from Grave IV, Grave Circle A, Mycenae, 16th Century BCE. (National Archaeological Museum, Athens)
Bronze Age Greek chariot (From the Novel
Image by Maia Kobabe

Bronze Age Greek chariot (From the Novel "The Jericho River")

An illustration by Maia Kobabe showing a Bronze Age Greek chariot. From the novel The Jericho River by David Tollen.
Bronze Age Helmet
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Bronze Age Helmet

Bronze Age golden helmet found in Leiro, Galicia (modern-day Spain). Museo de San Antón, A Coruña.
Bronze Coin of Byzantium
Image by Peter Roan

Bronze Coin of Byzantium

Bronze coin of Byzantium: Dolphin flanked by two tunny fish, 146-176 CE. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).
Bronze Age Silver Bull, Turkey
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Bronze Age Silver Bull, Turkey

The gold inlay can be seen on the shoulders, sides, and haunch. The animal stands on a copper stand. Perhaps, it was part of a canopy pole of a rich burial. Probably from Alaca Huyuk, Central Turkey. Early Bronze Age, about 2300 BCE. (The...
Bronze Drachm and Half-Drachm of Trajan
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Bronze Drachm and Half-Drachm of Trajan

The bronze drachm of Trajan (r. 98-117 CE) on the left, minted 112-113 CE, represents one of the denominations produced at Alexandria. The half-drachm on the right was minted in 111-112 CE at Alexandria also. (The British Museum, London).
Bronze Age Sword
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Bronze Age Sword

Ceremonial giant dirk of the Plougrescant-Ommerschans type, Plougrescant, France, 1500–1300 BC.
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