Some articles on iron age, age, iron age ii:
... During the Iron Age, Tall Zira'a belonged to the so-called “villages of Jair” (Num 32,39–42 Dtn 3,13–15 Jos 13,29–31 Jdc 10,3–5 1 kg 4,13 1 Chr 2,21–23 ) like Ramoth in Gilead and Kamon ... The architecture of the Iron Age IIA/B stratum (10th–8th century BCE) suggests that the tall’s population increased in this period and that the settlement developed an ... Even though the fortifications are not as strong as those of the Late Bronze Age, the Iron Age II settlement was protected by a city wall ...
... of development, from the Thracian stage in the Bronze Age to the Geto-Dacian stage in the classical period that lasted from the 1st century BC to the 1st century AD ... By the time of Bronze Age, and during the transitional period to the Iron Age, the cultures of this Carpathian area may be attributed to proto-Thracian and even Thracian populations—ancestors of the peoples ... associated with the Dacian stage of art and it is the time of the La Tène period (Iron Age II) when Dacian culture flourished, especially in Transylvanian citadels ...
... Copper Age Chalcolithic (4500 BC - 3300 BC) Early Chalcolithic 4500 BC - 4000 BC Ubaid period Late Chalcolithic 4000 BC - 3300 BC Ghassulian, Uruk period, Gerzeh ...
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