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Trade, technology, and the ironworking community in the Iron Age of southern Britain
Robert M. Ehrenreich
Bibliography: p. 218-228.
|Statement||Robert M. Ehrenreich.|
|Series||BAR British series ;, 144|
|LC Classifications||GN780.22.G7 E35 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||86101474|
The Iron Age, the last of the three ages of technology, was characterized by the use of iron in tool and weapon production rather than the bronze used in the prior age.  The characteristic of an Iron Age culture is mass production of tools and weapons made from steel, typically alloys with a carbon content between approximately % and The history of West Africa began with the first human settlements aro has been commonly divided into its prehistory, the Iron Age in Africa, the major polities flourishing, the colonial period, and finally the post-independence era, in which the current nations were formed.
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The Iron Age of the British Isles covers the period from about BC to the Roman invasion of 43 AD, and follows on from the Bronze Age. As the name implies, the Iron Age saw the gradual.
In Europe, the Iron Age is the last stage of the prehistoric period and the first of the protohistoric periods, which initially means descriptions of a particular area by Greek and Roman writers.
For much of Europe, the period came to an abrupt local end after conquest by the Romans, though ironworking remained the dominant technology until recent times. The Iron Age is the final epoch of the three-age division of the prehistory and protohistory of was preceded by the Stone Age (Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, and Chalcolithic) and the Bronze concept has been mostly applied to Europe and the Ancient Near East, and, by analogy, also to other parts of the Old World.
The duration of the Iron Age varies. Introduction. Iron technology first appears in the African continent in the 1st millennium BCE, and the term Iron Age is generally used, certainly south of the Sahara, to describe iron-using communities in Africa until the modern historical thus covers a very long period of time and is used to describe a great variety of different societies, from simple village-based farmers and.
The Iron Age is so named after the materials used at the time to make tools and weapons. It followed the Stone and Bronze Ages but developed at different times in different parts of the world.
In East Africa people produced steel as early as BC. In Europe, this development happened only in the s AD. Technology in Africa was therefore.
Trade, Technology, and the Ironworking Community of Southern Britain in the Iron Age R.M. Ehrenreich The Metallurgy and Chemistry of Some Iron Artefacts from the.
Ehrenreich, R. Trade, Technology and the Ironworking Community in the Iron Age of Southern Britain. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Series Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Series Cited by: 2. Those communities that lived in Britain and Ireland ca.
B.C. to A.D. represent particularly well-researched examples of the complex agrarian, nonurban, societies with high population densities that characterize the Pre-Roman Iron Age across temperate Europe.
This paper provides a critical introduction to the extensive recent literature on the Pre-Roman Cited by: book review Archaeologies of rules and regulation: between text and practice. Trade, Technology and the Ironworking Community in the Iron Age of Southern Britain. By R obert M.
E hrenreich. Dutton. Pages: Published online: 22 Dec Dungworth, D B The production of Copper Alloys in Iron Age Britain, Proc Prehist Ehrenreich, R Trade, technology and the ironworking community in the Iron Age of Southern Britain.
Oxford, Brit Archaeol Rep. Evans, C. Power and Island communities: Excavations at the Wardy Hill Ringwork, Coveney, Ely. Cambridge. The Iron Age did not occur homogeneously around the world, as different people learned to smelt iron at different points in history related to their level of sophistication.
For example, In Europe. The distribution of Republican amphorae in France. Trade, Technology and the Ironworking Community in the Iron Age of Southern Britain. By R obert M. Frequency: Yearly ISSN: eISSN: Pre-roman iron age metalworking tools from England and Wales: their use, technology, and archaeological context.
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Iron made life a lot easier in those days, when just living to the age of 45 was a feat. By that time, much of Europe had settled into small village life, toiling the soil with bronze and stone : Heather Whipps. The Forging of Israel: Iron Technology, Symbolism, and Tradition in Ancient Society (JSOT Supplement) Paula M.
McNutt In this rich and elegantly presented interdisciplinary study, the theme is the impact of iron technology on the material and cultural life of ancient Israel. Southern Africa, southernmost region of the African continent, comprising the countries of Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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Proceedings of the Prehistoric Soci – Brück, J. The African Great Lakes nation of Tanzania dates formally fromwhen it was formed out of the union of the much larger mainland territory of Tanganyika and the coastal archipelago of former was a colony and part of German East Africa from the s towhen, under the League of Nations, it became a British served as a British military .The history of West Africa has been commonly divided into its prehistory, the Iron Age in Africa, the major polities flourishing, the colonial period, and finally the post-independence era, in which the current nations were Africa is west of an imagined north-south axis lying close to 10° east longitude, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Sahara Desert.