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An Early Bronze Age takes up the greater part of the 3rd millennium bc. During
the Middle Bronze Age, the central Anatolian principalities with whom the
Assyrian merchants were in contact were amalgamated in the Hittite Old
They left behind some remarkable achievements, to be examined here by
successive periods: the Copper Age, the Bronze Age, and finally the Iron Age.
The Chalcolithic, or Copper, era began in Spain at the end of the 3rd millennium
bc at ...
This complex diffusion rapidly led to the development of many brilliant Bronze
Age cultures. Bronze Age cultures. The Bronze Age cultures cover the 2nd
millennium and, in certain cases, extend well past the beginning of the following
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