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Brozio JP, Stos-Gale Z, Müller J, Müller-Scheeßel N, Schultrich S, et al. (2023) The origin of Neolithic copper on the central Northern European plain and in Southern Scandinavia: Connectivities on a European scale. PLOS ONE 18(5): e0283007. @archaeodons @science

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On 1-2 December, there is a workshop at the @oeai_oeaw in Vienna on absolute in the . member Paul Duffy will give a talk on 1 Dec about "What happened during the Middle to Late Bronze Age transition in Eastern ?". The whole workshop can be seen virtually and anyone interested can join. More Information:

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"The following review of the archeological and document evidence indicates that three events occurring in the first half of the first millennium BC trigger the emergence of a specialized and integrated classical economy after 500 BC: (i) growth in demand for silver as a medium of exchange in economies in the Near East; (ii) technical breakthroughs in hull construction and sailing rig in merchant shipping of the late Bronze Age; (iii) perfection of ferrous metallurgy into the European hinterland."

Grantham, G. (2021). THE PREHISTORIC ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION. Social Philosophy and Policy, 38(2), 261-306. doi: @economics @econhist @philosophy

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"The early alphabet developed in association with Western Asiatic (Canaanite) miners in Sinai (or, at least, was taken up by them) during the Middle Kingdom in the eighteenth century BC. We suggest that early alphabetic writing spread to the Southern Levant during the late Middle Bronze Age (with the Lachish Dagger probably being the earliest attested example), and was in use by at least the mid fifteenth century BC at Tel Lachish."

Höflmayer, F., Misgav, H., Webster, L., & Streit, K. (2021). Early alphabetic writing in the ancient Near East: The ‘missing link’ from Tel Lachish. Antiquity, 95(381), 705-719. doi: @archaeodons @histodon @histodons

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If you are into European Middle Bronze and/or Late Bronze Age, @oeai_oeaw got the workshop "Absolute Chronologies of the European Middle and Late Bronze Ages" for you next week.
No fee and hybrid for those who cannot make it to Vienna. Find program and zoom links here:


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"Here, we provide a comparative survey of the archaeological record of over half a millennium within the entire northern littoral of the Mediterranean, from Greece to Iberia, incorporating archaeological, archaeometric, and bioarchaeological evidence."

Iacono, F., Borgna, E., Cattani, M. et al. Establishing the Middle Sea: The Late Bronze Age of Mediterranean Europe (1700–900 BC). J Archaeol Res 30, 371–445 (2022). #OpenAccess #OA #Reserach #Article #Archaeology #Archaeodons #BronzeAge #Mediterranean #Europe @archaeodons

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"In the context of European populations, and particularly in Iberia, this haplogroup stands out for its high frequency and its demographic history. Current evidence indicates that the diffusion of this haplogroup is related to the population movements that mark the cultural Bronze Age transition, making it remarkably interesting for population geneticists."

García-Fernández, C., Lizano, E., Telford, M. et al. Y-chromosome target enrichment reveals rapid expansion of haplogroup R1b-DF27 in Iberia during the Bronze Age transition. Sci Rep 12, 20708 (2022). @science @anthropology

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"This article offers the examples from Sintashta SM and Kamennyj Ambar-5, along with Bayesian modelling of radiocarbon dates from KA-5's kurgan burials, as new information for debate over both the timing of the introduction of light vehicles on the Eurasian Steppe and, more generally, technological innovations across Eurasia."

Lindner, S. (2020). Chariots in the Eurasian Steppe: A Bayesian approach to the emergence of horse-drawn transport in the early second millennium BC. Antiquity, 94(374), 361-380. doi: @archaeodons

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🇩🇰 "We propose that the interdependent relationships between mobility, pastoralism and barrow-building in the third millennium BC produced a cosmological complex which endured as the social backbone of the Nordic Bronze Age (c. 1700–500 BC) in western Jutland."

Haughton, M., & Løvschal, M. (2023). Ancestral commons: The deep-time emergence of Bronze Age pastoral mobility. Antiquity, 1-18. doi: @archaeodons

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🇮🇪 "The Neolithic and Bronze Age transitions were profound cultural shifts catalyzed in parts of Europe by migrations, first of early farmers from the Near East and then Bronze Age herders from the Pontic Steppe. However, a decades-long, unresolved controversy is whether population change or cultural adoption occurred at the Atlantic edge, within the British Isles."

Cassidy, L.M. et al. (2015) 'Neolithic and Bronze Age migration to Ireland and establishment of the insular Atlantic genome,' Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(2), pp. 368–373. @science @archaeodons

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Save the Date!
On october 6th at 19:00 (CEST) our colleague will hold an online presentation about the late of


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🇹🇲 Guarino-Vignon P, Marchi N, Chimènes A, Monnereau A, Kroll S, Mashkour M, Lhuillier J, Bendezu-Sarmiento J, Heyer E and Bon C (2022) Genetic analysis of a bronze age individual from Ulug-depe (Turkmenistan). Front. Genet. 13:884612. doi: @science

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Bronze Age cauldrons show we’ve always loved meat, dairy, and fancy cookware: Family feasts were the way to eat 5,000 years ago.

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Chyleński, M., Makarowicz, P., Juras, A. et al. Patrilocality and hunter-gatherer-related ancestry of populations in East-Central Europe during the Middle Bronze Age. Nat Commun 14, 4395 (2023). @archaeodons @science

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🧵 : this the first in a series of that will eventually be stitched together into a related to 📚 and 📘. (1)

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Nicolas Broccard, Nuno Miguel Silva, Mathias Currat. "Simulated patterns of mitochondrial diversity are consistent with partial population turnover in Bronze Age Central Europe." American Journal of Biological Anthropology 177.1 (2021) 134-146 @anthropology @science

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Bjørn, R. (2022). Indo-European loanwords and exchange in Bronze Age Central and East Asia: Six new perspectives on prehistoric exchange in the Eastern Steppe Zone. Evolutionary Human Sciences, 4, E23. doi: @histodon @histodon @archaeodons @science

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Bjørn, R. (2022). Indo-European loanwords and exchange in Bronze Age Central and East Asia: Six new perspectives on prehistoric exchange in the Eastern Steppe Zone. Evolutionary Human Sciences, 4, E23. doi: @histodon @histodon @archaeodons @science

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