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8 facts about Old Sarum an Iron Age fort, Roman settlement and medieval city | History Extra Download your free audio edition of BBC History Magazine Log in Register History Extra In association with FeaturesPremiumEraWeird and wonderfulKings & QueensSubjectsHistory TV & Radio History Topics Home B...
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IRON AGE (1200 - 550 B.C.E.) HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL OVERVIEW The Iron Age is divided into two subsections, Iron I and Iron II. Iron I (1200-1000) illustrates both continuity and discontinuity with the previous Late Bronze Age. There is no definitive cultural break between the thirteenth and t...
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The Iron Age is the period generally occurring after the Bronze Age , marked by the prevalent use of iron. Ancient iron production is known to have taken place in Anatolia at least as early as BC, with some contemporary archaeological evidence pointing to earlier dates. The early period of the age i...

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