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The current interpretation of Bronze Age metalwork deposits relies on an opposition between deposits made ritually and those made with the utilitarian objective of temporary safe keeping. Tied to this distinction were the intentions, respectively, to leave buried in perpetuity, or to retrieve. The Development of Embossed Goldwork in Bronze Age Europe.
Early Bronze Age metalwork from Scotland in its landscape setting’, in Scotland in. .
Early Bronze Age metalwork from Scotland in its landscape setting’, in Scotland in Ancient Europe (eds I Shepherd and G Barclay), 247–261, Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The Archaeology of Sussex, London: Methuen. The Petters Late Bronze Age Metalwork: an analytical study of Thames Valley metalworking in its settlement context, Brit Mus Occas Pap 70, London: British Museum Press. An independent chronology for British Bronze Age metalwork: the results of the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Programme’, Archaeol J, 154, 55–107.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Stuart P Needham books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. British Bronze Age Metalwork: Early Bronze Age Hoards A1-6. Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk, 1972-76: Shaft X - Bronze Age Flint, Chalk and Metal Working Fasc.
Find nearly any book by Stuart Needham. Longworth, Andrew Herne, Gillian Varndell, Stuart Needham. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Excavation and Salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: The Late Bronze Age Waterfront Site (UK/Br-Sett). ISBN 9780714113968 (978-0-7141-1396-8) Softcover, Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Press, 1991.
Gold working in the Bronze Age British Isles refers to the use of gold to produce ornaments and other prestige items in the British Isles during the Bronze Age, between circa 2500 and . 00 BCE in Britain. 00 BCE in Britain, and up to about 550 BCE in Ireland. In this period, communities in Britain and Ireland first learned how to work metal, leading to the widespread creation of not only gold but also copper and bronze items as well
Monumentalising Landscapes in Early Bronze Age Wessex (A Watson) ; Enduring Images? .
Monumentalising Landscapes in Early Bronze Age Wessex (A Watson) ; Enduring Images? Image Production and Memory in Earlier Bronze Age Scotland (A Jones) ; Afterward: Back to the Bronze Age. eISBN: 978-1-78570-538-0. Subjects: Archaeology, History. This brief overview of Bronze Age Cambridgeshire is the result of a need to give local context to a variety of developer-funded projects undertaken in recent years which have revealed evidence for Bronze Age activity.
The list of Bronze Age hoards in Britain comprises significant archaeological hoards of jewellery, precious and scrap metal objects and other valuable items discovered in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales).
The list of Bronze Age hoards in Britain comprises significant archaeological hoards of jewellery, precious and scrap metal objects and other valuable items discovered in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) that are associated with the British Bronze Age, approximately 2700 BC to 8th century BC. It includes both hoards that were buried with the intention of retrieval at a later date (personal hoards, founder's hoards, merchant's hoards, and hoards of loot), and also hoards of votive offerings.
Recent papers in Wetland hoards, Bronze Age rituals There have been many popular books written about the Isle, but in 'Ely: A Hidden.
Recent papers in Wetland hoards, Bronze Age rituals. Perspektywy badań nad skarbami z późnej epoki brązu i wczesnej epoki żelaza. Hoards of metal objects from the Bronze and Early Iron Ages (over a 1 000 known in Poland) are distinguished as one of the most enigmatic categories of archaeological finds more. There have been many popular books written about the Isle, but in 'Ely: A Hidden History' the approach is to look at the longue duree of life on the isle focusing on continuity and change in cultural practices.