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Stages of Early Metallurgical Activities

  • Andreas Hauptmann
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Abstract

Even though, from a global perspective, the developmental stages of early metallurgy show significant chronological and geographical differences, surprisingly many common technological basics can be observed again and again, despite the considerable spatial distances. This is made obvious by many publications, of which only a few can be mentioned here. Robert Maddin followed the topic many years ago with the organisation of the already mentioned conference series The Beginning of the Use of Metals and Alloys (BUMA), of which, e.g. the work of Maddin (1988) has to be mentioned. This volume contains articles that show the extraction and distribution of ores and metals in Europe, the Middle East, South-west and South-east Asia, South America and Africa. Recently, Roberts and Thornton (2014), presented a thoroughly comprehensive global overview of the development of early metallurgy with their opus Archaeometallurgy in Global Perspective, highlighting the current state of research in this field.

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  1. 1.Haus der Archäologien, ArchaeometallurgyDeutsches Bergbau-Museum / Ruhr UniversityBochumGermany

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