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Excerpt from The Prehistoric Use of Iron and Steel: With Observations on Certain Matters Ancillary Thereto Some of the matters opened up as more or less intimately connected with the principal subject treated of in the following pages have hitherto been but scantily investigated - certain of them, indeed, quite recently touched; and generally, they lie outside the beaten tracks of the modem Author: John V.
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The prehistoric use of iron and steel: with observations on certain matters ancillary thereto. (London, Trübner, ), by St. John Vincent Day (page images at HathiTrust) Second age du fer, ou Époque de La Tène.
(Paris: A. Picard, ), by Joseph Déchelette (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Die ältere Eisenzeit Gotlands. The Book of Mormon states that metals including iron and steel (an iron alloy) were produced and used among the Book of Mormon peoples.
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Between anda Purdue University archaeologist, Kevin J. Vaughn, discovered a year-old hematite mine near Nazca, Peru. This once grasped, the rest would follow easily and quickly. However, this guessing at a date in a prehistoric event is of little use. The fact is, we do not know when London was founded, but I have attempted to prove that the City began with an annual Fair.
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Day (St. John Vincent), The Prehistoric Use of Iron and Steel. London: Trübner, When sending me a copy of his learned and original study, Mr. Day wrote to me that he is bringing out a second edition, in which his ‘collection of additional matter will modify and correct certain of his former views.’.
The prehistoric use of iron and steel: with observations on certain matters ancillary thereto. (London, Trübner, ), by St.
John Vincent Day (page images at HathiTrust) The origin of the Aryans: an account of the prehistoric ethnology and civilization of Europe / (New York: Humbol, ), by Isaac Taylor (page images at HathiTrust).
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Native copper was worked in various locations in pre-Columbian times, but true metallurgy was limited to southern Mexico and the Andean region where its occurrence in late prehistoric times involved gold, silver.
The generally higher level of mobility during the Late Prehistoric, and at some undated Fremont sites as well, is attested to by relatively expedient forms of ceramics, use of raw material, and. Uh, let’s lead the witness, shall we. OK, I’ll play along with your prejudices to answer your question, but then offer my observations for anyone who might actually have an open mind and want to know the truth, if you can imagine such an outlandis.
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Schroeder, Mark F. Whitters, Janice J. Terry | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.A large variety of materials have been used in their manufacture by different peoples at different times - painted linen and shavings of stained horn by the Egyptians, gold and silver by the Romans, rice-paper by the Chinese, silkworm cocoons in Italy, the plumage of highly coloured birds in South America, wax, small tinted shells, &c.
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