Beginning in 2005, Marf Zamua began to document Late Bronze Age and Iron Age sites that were revealed during a period of unrest.
Some date back to the early Iron Age, and some lie fifteen or twenty feet beneath the surrounding fields—“more ravines than road.”
Whether those facts match the cosmology of an Iron Age text is not their problem.
The 70,000 coins dated back 3,000 years to the Iron Age and worth an estimated $15 million.
The Iron Age and the age of gold are more alike than we think for.
But to the north of the Mediterranean the prehistoric Iron Age was of longer duration.
I do it because I would rather live in an Iron Age than live in a world of ox-carts.
The Iron Age, speaking of this disaster says, it is a disquieting accident.
The Iron Age is fitly inaugurated by the most degraded relationship that man can bear to man—that of slavery.
The period during which iron was used is called the Iron Age.
1590s, originally from Greek and Roman mythology, the last and worst age of the world; the archaeological sense of "period in which humans used iron tools and weapons" is from 1879.
|Iron Age |
The period in cultural development succeeding the Bronze Age in Asia, Europe, and Africa, characterized by the introduction of iron metallurgy. In southeastern Europe and the Middle East the beginning of the Iron Age is generally dated to around 1200 BCE, with later dates for other parts of Europe and the other continents. Although not as hard or durable as bronze, iron is a more abundant resource, and the Iron Age saw a rapid expansion of metalworking wherever the technology was introduced. See Note at Three Age system.