The Bronze Age (from 2200 to 800 BC) is an important stage in the evolution of European society. It is characterized by the emergence of the metallurgy of bronze, an alloy mainly composed of copper and tin but also by the development of trade networks and an acceleration of all types of exchange.
Emblematic artefacts associated with this period are exhibited in the museum. There are tools and weapons sometimes found in a sort of depository : flint arrow-heads, archers wrist-guards, metal daggers, stone axe-hammers, stone boat-axes and bronze socketed axes. Terracotta vases (bell-shaped) are also prevalent.
Bronze dagger, and its reconstitution
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