(1) The Golden Hat of Schifferstadt, found in 1835, circa 1400-1300 BCE.    (2) The Avanton Gold Cone,  near Poitiers in 1844, dated circa 1000-900 BCE.    (3) The Golden Cone of Ezelsdorf-Buch, near Nuremberg in 1953, circa 1000-900 BCE; the tallest known specimen at circa 90 centimetres.    (4) The Berlin Gold Hat, likely found in Swabia or Switzerland, dated circa 1000-800 BCE - Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, in 199

The Golden Hat of Schifferstadt, found in 1835 dated c BCE. The Avanton Gold Cone, found in dated c BCE. The Golden Cone of Ezelsdorf-Buch, found in dated c BCE; the tallest known specimen at circa 90 centimetres. The Berlin Gold Hat, dated c BCE;

Reconstruction of a little bronze age temple found in a peat bog near Barger-Oosterveld - Drenthe - the Netherlands.

Reconstruction of a little bronze age temple found in a peat bog near Barger-Oosterveld - Drenthe - the Netherlands.

The Avanton Gold Cone is a late Bronze Age artefact, belonging to the group of Golden hats, only four of which are known so far. It was found in 1844 in a field near the village of Avanton, about 12 km north of Poitiers, France.

The Avanton Gold Cone is a late Bronze Age artefact, belonging to the group of Golden Hats, only four of which are known so far. It was found in 1844 in a field near the village of Avanton, about 12 km north of Poitiers, France.

MessageToEagle.com – Hittites were one of the most important ancient civilizations of Asia Minor. They ruled the central Anatolian kingdom of Hatti from c. 1900 – 800 BC., and worshiped a number of gods and goddesses; they were described as the “civilization of 1,000 gods”. As the conquerors of many lands, the Hittites found it useful to …

MessageToEagle.com – Hittites were one of the most important ancient civilizations of Asia Minor. They ruled the central Anatolian kingdom of Hatti from c. 1900 – 800 BC., and worshiped a number of gods and goddesses; they were described as the “civilization of 1,000 gods”. As the conquerors of many lands, the Hittites found it useful to …

Berlin Gold Hat, found probably in Swabia or Switzerland, circa 1000–800 BC; acquired by the Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin,

The Berlin Gold Hat, a Late Bronze Age artefact made of thin gold leaf. It served as the external covering on a long conical brimmed headdress, c. to 800 BC

The earliest beaten bronze vessels associated with ceremonial and perhaps ritual feasting and drinking occur in the Bronze D phase of the thirteenth century BC in Central Europe.    Beaten bronze cups in a succession of variant forms are characteristic of the Urnfield late Bronze Age ... Friedrichsruhe and Fuchsstadt cups, with decorated variants such as those from the Dresden-Dobritz hoard date from the end of Bronze D through Hallstatt A1 and A2

The Dresden-Dobritz Hoard The earliest beaten bronze vessels associated with ceremonial and perhaps ritual feasting and drinking occur in the Bronze D phase of the thirteenth century BC in Central Europe.

Scythian | Scythian gold work from Siberia, 7th century B.C.

Flat figures cut out of thick gold sheet are another type of animal art occurring in Arzhan 2 (e. deer, horse, and ibex). The Scythian animal style appears in both a naturalistic version and more or less stylised one

Saka warrior. Воин лесостепного Приобья. Кожаный панцирь, надетый поверх толстого мягкого нагрудника. На груди и спине он усилен рядами роговых пластин, связанных между собой и прикрепленных к кожаной основе. Последняя, будучи самостоятельным средством защиты, прикрывает плечи. Здесь она усилена дополнительными накладками. Спину, шею и отчасти затылок закрывает плетеный шит. V-III вв. до н. э.

Saka warrior. Воин лесостепного Приобья. Кожаный панцирь, надетый поверх толстого мягкого нагрудника. На груди и спине он усилен рядами роговых пластин, связанных между собой и прикрепленных к кожаной основе. Последняя, будучи самостоятельным средством защиты, прикрывает плечи. Здесь она усилена дополнительными накладками. Спину, шею и отчасти затылок закрывает плетеный шит. V-III вв. до н. э.

21.- La metalurgia argárica se centra en la producción de útiles y armas. Por vez primera se fabrican instrumentos, como alabardas y espadas, diseñados específicamente para el combate. Los lingotes de cobre eran transportados hasta el poblado central recorriendo grandes distancias. (En la fotografía: 2 alabardas. La de la derecha procede de El Argar (Antas) y la de la izquierda, de la tumba 54A de Fuente Álamo (Cuevas de Almanzora)).

21.- La metalurgia argárica se centra en la producción de útiles y armas. Por vez primera se fabrican instrumentos, como alabardas y espadas, diseñados específicamente para el combate. Los lingotes de cobre eran transportados hasta el poblado central recorriendo grandes distancias. (En la fotografía: 2 alabardas. La de la derecha procede de El Argar (Antas) y la de la izquierda, de la tumba 54A de Fuente Álamo (Cuevas de Almanzora)).

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