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Bronze bell of King Sondok, Unified Silla period (668-935). In the Kyongju branch
of the National Museum, Kyongju. Height 3.78 m. By courtesy of the Kyongju
Branch of the National Museum of Korea, Kyongju terns. Gray earthenware tiles ...
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
The Bell-Beaker people, who used copper implements and ornaments,
apparently originated in Spain. Bronze Age cultures. The Unetice culture, of
which the rich Leubingen grave is an example, developed in central Europe, and
the Wessex ...
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