When Was the Bronze Age?


The Bronze Age of a culture is the period when most metalworks in that culture were created using bronze. The Bronze Age lasted between 3300 to 1200 BCE. The Bronze Age is divided into three parts, the early Bronze Age (3300–2200 BCE), the middle Bronze Age (2200–1550 BCE) and the late Bronze Age (1550–1200 BCE).
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The Bronze Age was when the cave man used metalworking in bronze. The beginning of Bronze Age was called Chalcolithic (Copper-Stone) Age. It was around 3300-1200 BC. The Bronze Age followed the Neolithic Age. You can find more information here: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/81017/Bronze-Age
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