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The Bronze Age in Europe

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The Netherlands

The Dutch Early and Middle Bronze Age The Dutch Iron Age (part 1), (part 2)
Bronze casting techniques The Dutch Late Bronze Age
Dutch Bronze and Iron Age pottery
(part 1)
, (part 2)
Celtic Gods, grave goods and culture
The Batavian uprising Gaulish artifacts (part1), (part 2)
 

France

Alésia  The Archéodrome de Bourgogne
General information about Alésia, France Information about the Archéodrome
Images of findings at Alésia  Bibracte
The Gallic Wars (14  pages!) Bibracte, a Gaulish oppidum (9 pages!)
Samara, the archeosite in the north of France  Musée d'archéologie Bargoin (France)
   

Deutschland

The bronze "Star disk of Sangerhausen" Teutons, Caesar crosses the Rhine
Suebi cross the Rhine The Teutoburger forest
Gold hats of ancient Bronze Age "wizards"  
   

Various:

Pre-Roman British coins An overview of most of the images on these sites 
Romans The Gundestrup Cauldron
Phoenician ships Phoenicians
Roman "Gucci" shoes  
   

Background:  
Books about the European Stone and Bronze Ages (in English, German and French) The British Bronze Age 
(settlements, burials, chronology, rituals)
Southern Netherlands, Celts or Teutons? 
(Lecture, Jan, 25th 1997)
Southern Netherlands, Celts or Teutons? 
(Lecture, April, 3rd 1998)
The first metals in history: copper Prehistoric canoes
The Early and Middle Bronze Age Chronology: the prehistory of mankind
The Late Bronze Age The Middle East Metal Ages
Overview on the Bronze Age Gaulish tribe names
Early Bronze Age Metalworking in Britain The verb "to be" in Gaulish (# 1) , (#2) , (# 3-results)

Should Stonehenge be called "Steinhenge"?

Friesland in the time of Emperor August
The Eburones Colouring wool blue with woad and yellow with birch
Prehistoric skills "Bronze Age metalworking in the Netherlands (c.2000-800 B.C.)"
Second King's Grave in Oss, NL  
   

Related sites:  
Links to other sites about prehistory
(after 2000 B.C.E., part 1)

(after 2000 B.C.E., part 2)

(after 2000 B.C.E., part 3)
Links to other sites about the prehistory 
(before 2000 B.C.E.)
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All about Europe before 2000 B.C.E.:  
Neolithic daily life, pottery, food (Linear Pottery  Culture) Images from the Dutch neolithic age
Neolithic culture, housing, tools (Linear Pottery Culture) Findings and news about neolithic items
Ötzi, the glacier man Burials in early agricultural Germany
The Adonis of Zschernitz - The oldest male clay figurine  
   

Other pages  
Medical herbs:  
A dictionary (A-Y) Terms, books and links
   
Gaulish:  
The Gaulish - English dictionary (A-W) Comments on the Gaulish dictionary
The Gaulish - English dictionary (grammar)  
   
Background:  
Findings and news about Bronze and Iron Age items De bello gallico / Gallic wars by Julius Caesar, Books 1 - 8 (58 - 50 B.C.E.)
The Calendar of Coligny The skinning of a hare in the bronze age
Images of Northeastern Gaul near Alésia (2 sites)  
   
Technical:  
Reports on bronze smelting - evaluation 1997 and 1998 The British Bronze Age - Metallurgy
A report about bronzecasting A report about bronzecasting in 1998
   


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