European Bronze Age

The art of the Bronze Age was created throughout the Mediterranean region, Europe, the Near East and Northern Africa from about 3200 B.C. to about 1200 B.C. or later in more remote geographical areas. The advent of the Bronze Age in Europe witnessed the effects that settled agriculture had upon its various people, for these populations that formerly may have been semi-nomadic hunter-gatherers experienced a change in their relationships due to the stable surroundings of village life. The production of bronze objects and pottery then became possible with the growth of settled village life and associated agricultural and pastoral communities. This transformation is reflected in their burial types and grave goods.
Central European Bronze Cauldron
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