The End of the Bronze Age

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Jan van der Crabben
by Luwian Studies
published on 01 June 2016
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Around 1200 BC, the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean went into major cultural decline: The Late Bronze Age came to a sudden end.

Kingdoms that had wielded immense power completely disappeared. For several centuries after this, agriculture was people’s only means of subsistence. These were pivotal changes in history. Explaining them remains one of the big challenges in Mediterranean archaeology.

In this video, the foundation Luwian Studies presents a comprehensive and plausible scenario of what might have happened.

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Studies, L. (2016, June 01). The End of the Bronze Age. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/861/the-end-of-the-bronze-age/

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