Iron-age sentence example

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  • Halos was added to the number of Early Iron Age sites in Thessaly in 1912 (Wace and Thompson).

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  • With the beginning of the iron age (perhaps c. 500-400 B.C.) Celtic influence becomes apparent everywhere.

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  • The Boii, as we know them, belonged almost certainly to the Early Iron age.

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  • Real knowledge begins with two Celtic invasions, that of the Goidels in the later part of the Bronze Age, and that of the Brythons and Belgae in the Iron Age.

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  • In the early iron age there is less uniformity, some districts apparently favouring cremation and others inhumation.

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  • Ridgeway, who maintains that the Iron age originated in central Europe, and that iron must consequently have been worked in those regions as far back as C. 2000 BC.

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  • The culture of the Homeric Achaeans corresponds to a large extent with that of the early Iron Age of the upper Danube (Hallstatt) and to the early Iron Age of upper Italy (Villanova).

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  • In the Iron Age there was less uniformity in the burial customs. In some of the barrows in central France, and in the wolds of Yorkshire, the interments include the arms and accoutrements of a charioteer, with his chariot, harness and horses.

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  • Several sites of the Early Iron Age have also been excavated in Greece, but nothing has been found to prove the origin of the " Geometric " culture, though accumulating evidence still indicates a northern source.

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  • Some countries, such as the islands of the South Pacific, the interior of Africa, and parts of North and South America, have passed direct from the Stone to the Iron Age.

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  • In Europe the Iron Age may be said to cover the last years of the prehistoric and the early years of the historic periods.

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  • In Gaul, on the other hand, the Iron Age dates back some Soo years B.C.; while in Etruria the metal was known some six centuries earlier.

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  • Homer represents Greece as beginning her Iron Age twelve hundred years before our era.

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  • The Iron Age in Europe is characterized by an elaboration of designs in weapons, implements and utensils.

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  • The names generally given to the three prehistoric periods of man's life on the earth - the Stone, the Bronze and the Iron age - imply the vast importance of the progressive steps from the flint knife to the bronze celt, and lastly to the keen-edged elastic iron weapon or tool.

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  • The shields were round as in the early Iron Age of north Italy (see Villanova).

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  • On the other hand, the implements and weapons found in the Scottish and Irish crannogs are usually of iron, or, if objects of bronze and stone are found, they are commonly such as were in use in the Iron Age.

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  • The study of the prehistoric population of Finland - Neolithic (no Palaeolithic finds have yet been made) - of the Age of Bronze and the Iron Age has been carried on with great zeal.

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  • Thomsen, to decipher these inscriptions, and to discover that they belonged to the Turkish Iron Age.

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  • The decline of Egypt under the XXth Dynasty, and the contemporary fall of the Aegean sea-power, left Cyprus isolated and defenceless, and the Early Iron Age which succeeds is a period of obscurity and relapse.

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  • The Iron Age probably began in the south of Sweden at any rate some three or four centuries before the beginning of the Christian era.

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  • It is not unlikely that, as tradition states, there were incursions of Celts from central Gaul into Ireland during the general Celtic unrest in the 6th century B.C. It is certain that at a later period invaders from the continent, bringing with them the later Iron Age culture, commonly called La Tene, which had succeeded that of Hallstatt, had settled in Ireland.

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  • Thus in some lands bronze may have continued to be a substance of extreme value until the Iron Age was reached, and in tumuli in - which more than one body was interred, as was frequently the case, it would only be with the remains of the richer tenants of the tomb that the more valuable objects would be placed.

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  • The Bronze Age had its most important place among ancient nations of Asia and Europe, and among them was only succeeded after many centuries by the Iron Age; while in other districts, such as Polynesia and Central and South Africa, and America (except Mexico and Peru), the native tribes were moved directly from the Stone to the Iron Age without passing through the Bronze Age at all.

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  • The Hallstatt cemeteries contained weapons and ornaments from the Bronze age, through the period of transition, up to the fully-developed Iron age.

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  • It was believed to have been founded after the Trojan War (c. 1180) by the Attic hero Acamas; but no remains have been found in this district earlier than the Early Iron Age (c. moo-Soo).

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  • One of these was on the same alignment as the large Iron Age ditch, the second was at right angles, aligned north/south.

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  • There is a danger of inadvertently - or knowingly - replacing warrior aristocrats with an equally romantic and misleading view of Iron Age societies.

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  • Diving into the Iron Age Diving archeologists have been exploring the crannogs in Loch Tay since 1980.

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  • In fact, the general dearth of excavated Iron Age burials makes drawing conclusions difficult.

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  • These experiments were designed specifically to examine the nature of the typical domestic enclosure ditch of the Iron Age period.

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  • The trees behind the building on the edge of the village are growing on the banks of the village's iron age earthworks.

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  • In addition, small-scale excavation on some of the sites has identified important sites of Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age date.

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  • Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age all left their mark, however faint, on the area.

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  • The implication is that here is an enclosed farmstead that is occupied from the middle Iron Age through to the second century AD.

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  • The Iron Age promontory fort is one of several along the Heritage coast, protecting a potential landing point from coastal raiders.

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  • Four of these were seen recently in an early morning at one of the Oxfordshire iron-age hill forts.

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  • Stopped at the Iron age hill fort on the top to admire the view.

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  • Therefore, only the presence of a stamped sherd is absolutely incontrovertible evidence that a particular sherd is not of Iron Age date.

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  • The true reason why the oak was held inviolable may have its origins with the Iron Age Druids and their use of mistletoe.

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  • Many Iron Age sites have been systematically looted for small items of saleable jewelry.

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  • The monument comprises two areas which include the remains of a large Iron Age univallate hillfort and a twelfth century motte and bailey castle.

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  • At one point it was overlaid by an iron-age cut which may have had a palisade.

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  • It is home to over 30 buildings ranging from a replica Iron Age House to Victorian agricultural buildings and a 1940s prefab.

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  • Discover a full-scale replica of the Bayeux Tapestry or a reconstruction of an Iron Age House.

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  • The Roman road completely sealed a small ditch which contained sherds of coarse, black pottery possibly of Iron Age date.

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  • Seen here is heather moorland on the slopes of Foel Fenlli, the ramparts of the Iron Age hillfort just breaking the skyline.

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  • How about iron Age pottery from Saxon ceramics or iron slag from copper working waste?

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  • Beautifully converted, and well equipped with a tasteful sunroom making the most of the lovely view up to the Iron Age hill fort.

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  • There is evidence that hairy tare was a weed of crops in the Iron Age.

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  • It is especially necessary to make clear that the language known as Umbrian is that of a certain limited area, which cannot yet be shown to have extended very far beyond the eastern half of the Tiber valley (from Interamna Nahartium to Urvinum Mataurense), because the term is often used by archaeologists with a far wider connotation to include all the Italic, pre-Etruscan inhabitants of upper Italy; Professor Ridgeway, for instance, in his Early Age of Greece, frequently speaks of the "Umbrians" as the race to which belonged the Villanova culture of the Early Iron age.

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  • Period 2e By the late Iron Age the structural phases within the rectilinear enclosure appear to have ended.

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  • Constructing a replica Iron Age village is no mean feat.

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  • The fill of the latter produced three sherds of pottery, two Roman, the third in a Late Iron Age fabric.

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  • How about Iron Age pottery from Saxon ceramics or iron slag from copper working waste?

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  • The earliest remains hitherto found on the site are tombs of the early Iron Age period of Graeco-Phoenician influences (1000-600 B.C.).

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  • From the general character of the relics this settlement appeared to belong to the early Iron age.

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  • We thus have at the beginning of the Iron age two distinct currents of civilization in central Italy, the Latin and that of Villanova.

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