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Sacrificial deposits in the Late Bronze Age in Denmark - Nationalmuseet (Denmark)

National Museum of Denmark - a collection of museums all over the country - National Museum of Denmark

~ Bronze Age Etruscan: Mycenean earring C.1600BC is extremely similar with the ones found in the tombs at Sumerian holy city Ur C.2700BC

~ Bronze Age Etruscan: Mycenean earring is extremely similar with the ones found in the tombs at Sumerian holy city Ur

A pair of Bronze Age gold earrings from Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, Ireland. They are circa 3,000 years old.

The Castlerea Earrings (c 1200 BC) Bronze age earrings from Castlerea, Ireland. Small gold bars hammered out and twisted.

1550BC-1050BC. Period/Culture: Late Bronze Age. Gold bead now strung with Jewellery

Gold bead now strung with Jewellery Uncertain which bead is but it is most probably one of the hollow biconical fluted beads.

ancientjewels: “ Hungarian Bronze Age bronze armilla (arm band.) Dates to c. 1500 BCE. From the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. ”

Central Europe, B. Turned Armilla B. Spiral Armilla C. Ingot Torque Source: The Cleveland Museum of Art

Celtic torc: Bronze Age, roughly between 1300 and 1200 BC

Since I mentioned ancient Celtic torcs… The topmost torc is known as the Broighter torc, one of many gold Irish artifacts that’s part of the Broighter Hoard.

Bronze Age Central European spiral-style armilla (arm band) from c. 1500 BCE. From the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Bronze Age Central European spiral-style armilla (arm band) from c. From the Cleveland Museum of Art. (looks like things have not changed much:)

Broche celta

An Iron Age Celtic Bronze Dragonesque Brooch - Century BCE. A large cast dragonesque brooch with La Tène style scrolled panels to the body and scrolls to the finials, the pin intact.

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects – Tara torcs, c.1200BC

Knowledge of metalworking gradually spread from Europe to Ireland during the millenium BC ( 2000 years Before Christ).The Bronze Age was called so after the metal Bronze which was a mixture of …

#Late Bronze Age from the Netherlands- 1000 BC #  I know little about this very sophisticated piece.  The design is so well thought through.

Uddelerveen bronze age torc in bronze Bronze Torc, Late Bronze Age from Berg-en-Terblijt (the Netherlands) 1000 BCE.

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