Metalwork of the Bronze Age in India (Prahistorische Bronzefunde) ePub download
by Paul Yule
- ISBN: 3406304400
- ISBN13: 978-3406304408
- ePub: 1253 kb | FB2: 1543 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Asia
- Publisher: Beck (1985)
- Pages: 127
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bronze, and introduction of tin in the production of bronze, signi-. It. is my hope that in the decades to come this book will not remain. ficantly influenced the development of the Euro-Asian continent. The finds of tin in archaeological sites and shipwrecks, as well. as a large number of articles of tin bronze, show that tin was in. extensive use during the Bronze Age, and that it was not rare. and difficult to obtain. Tin was traded in large quantities, and. Bronze Age metallurgists had enough of it to experiment with.