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Troy I to V corresponds roughly to the Early Bronze Age (c. 3000 to 1900 BC). Its
inhabitants in these periods may have been akin to the contemporary inhabitants
of the Aegean and Cycladic islands, Minoan Crete, and the Helladic mainland ...
The neighbourhood contains many Bronze Age and early Christian monuments.
Local trade in farm produce is augmented by several food-processing industries
and by brewing. Pop. (1971) 6,809. 53°16' N, 7°30' W map, Ireland 9:882 Tulle, ...
... armlet; Ashur; beads; Black Obelisk; Borsippa; Bronze Age; Choga-Zambil;
cylinder seals; Erebuni; Erech; Eridu, Ghassulian; Hasanlu, Hassuna Period; Iron
age; Khirbet Kerak ware; Khorsabad; Kudurru; Lagash; Nuzu; palace;
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