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The Bronze Age

Footsteps in Time Chapter 4

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What 2 metals make bronze Copper and Tin
Name and describe the process of making bronze Smelting- Metal ore is heated over a fire, the metal melts and forms a pool at the bottom. Collect the metal and heat it before mixing with the other metal. (made in same process)
Were people still hunter-gatherers, if not how did they get food. Farming
There became increased fighting over land in the Bronze Age. Why so? Due to increased population, there was less land.
Name and describe two homes in Bronze Age Ireland Rath-Dig a surrounding ditch. Pile the mud into a wall on the inside to make a wall. Narrow entrance and and make houses of wattle and daub with a thatched roof. Crannog-An artificial island made of stones an timber in a lake.Reached by boat/drawbridge
Name a method of cooking during this time Fulacht Fiadh
Who was amongst the most important people in the Bronze Age The Smith
Name two types of jewellery worn Lunulae Torc
What was a Gallery Grave also known as: Wedge Tomb
How many of these tombs are left in Ireland 300-400
What were the two types of burials in the Bronze Age. Briefly Describe them: Cremation- Ashes placed in an upside down pot. Cist Burial- Body placed in a hole in a crouched position
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