A recent news report talks about researchers finding a large cache of Bronze Age tools. They talk of the Bronze Age as if it was some ancient period in time when man was just learning how to make brass tools. But was it?
According to Genesis 4 man knew how to work with iron and bronze from the very beginning. This technology was passed through the generations to Noah and his sons at the time of the Flood and then to all of mankind that descended from them. You can read more about it at What About the Stone Age?
Do you know where the terms Bronze Age and Stone Age came from? Would you believe that they invented by a coin collector? Christian Thompson was appointed head of the Danish National Museum and was given the task of finding a way to categorize the myriad of tools, ornaments, weapons and other human artifacts that had been collected by the museum. Read more about how Thompson created the terms, Stone Age, Iron Age and Bronze Age with little to no training in the field.
Archaeologists have unearthed a collection of Bronze Age axe heads, spear tips and other 3,000-year-old metal objects buried in an Essex field.
The items include an intact pottery container with heavy contents which has been removed undisturbed.
The materials are now at a local museum where archaeologists hope to uncover new insights into Bronze Age Britain….
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