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The usage of bronze (2300-1750 BCE), a resistant metal alloy which is easily malleable, permitted the manufacture of a wide range of metal tools such as razors, axes, and blades, that provided for improved living standards of tribes (consisting of 20-30 people) which, in turn, contributed to population growth.
These bronze items brought the dawn of mobile and unalterable wealth.
Finally, the Iron Age saw more advanced smelting processes which, as the name entails, allowed the widespread use of iron.
However, for some time there has been question over the appearance of iron artifacts that clearly dated to the Bronze Age period, and hence the question, were there attempts at smelting iron that occurred in earlier times?
Andrey Polyakov of the Institute of History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences said the grave belongs to the Okunev culture and dates to the Bronze Age.
The first toy is a doll’s head carved of soapstone.
The Bronze Age in Sicily, considered one of the most important periods of the island's prehistory, witnessed the establishment of a unitary and in some ways artistically vibrant culture.In order to prove this, the French study chose to employ a geochemical approach using Iron, Cobalt, and Nickel analyses, a combination of which “permits to differentiate terrestrial from extraterrestrial irons.”According to the study’s lead author, Albert Jambon from the the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in France, “Meteoritic irons, Bronze Age iron artifacts, ancient terrestrial irons and lateritic ores” were examined in the study, which helped determine that irons and iron ores of modern provenance “are shown to exhibit a different relationship in an [Iron, Cobalt, and Nickel] array,” when compared with those from the presumed meteoritic Bronze Age irons.In other words, all of the Bronze Age samples were consistent with metals acquired from meteorites.The piece measures about two inches long, and probably had a body made of organic materials.The second toy, carved from an antler or horn, resembles a horse’s head.