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Bronze Age, or Space Stuff? Ancient Iron Artifacts Found to Have “Otherworldly” Origins

The discovery and extraction of metals in early times had an immeasurable impact on human development. Thus, modern historians recognize the three primary periods of human growth and development as the Stone Age, followed by the Bronze Age, during which metals like tin, lead, and bronze came into use. Finally, the Iron Age saw more... Read more »
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