Ancient Humans: Bronze Age Iron is Always Meteoric

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 05 December 2017



Ancient Humans
Bronze Age Iron is Always Meteoric

Bronze Age artifacts used meteoric iron,
CNRS, December 4, 2017.

I would bet dollars to dimes that the practice of collecting, if not using "extra-terrestial" metals goes back before the Bronze Age. Stone Age folks that can precisely chip rock tools likely have the discernment to identify, and the perception to figure-out how to pound these metal fragments into some desired shapes, if not just collect them as curiosities.



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