History of Bronze
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History of Bronze

Bronze, the oldest alloy known to man, was originally made of copper and arsenic. Historians are uncertain on how was bronze discovered but this metal led the change of time period from Stone Age to Bronze Age when bronze replaced the stone as the chosen material for creating domestic tools and weapons of war. See the visual timeline below to learn more about the origin of this old metal. See also the History of Metals.

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  • Bronze became obsolete when the iron wielding Hittites battle the bronze wielding Egyptians in the invasion of Egypt.

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25/04/2017