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Chapter Six - Middle Bronze Age Long-Distance Exchange

Amber, Early Glass and Guest Friendship, Xenia

from Part II - The Role That Specific Institutions And Agents Played in Long-Distance Exchange

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 August 2022

Johan Ling
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University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Richard Chacon
Affiliation:
Winhrop University, South Carolina
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The Bronze Age was a time of long-distance exchange. The introduction of the folding stool and the single-edged razor into Southern Scandinavia, as well as the testimony of chariot use during the Nordic Bronze Age Period II (1500–1300 bc), give evidence of transfer of ideas from the Mediterranean to the North. Amber, from the North to the Mediterranean and even beyond, and beads of Egyptian and Mesopotamian glass from Nordic Bronze Age burials, provide physical evidence of long-distance exchange.

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Trade before Civilization
Long Distance Exchange and the Rise of Social Complexity
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