Dartmoor Bronze Age grave part 4. A delicate woven bracelet with tin studs was also unearthed. A total of 35 tin studs are held in place by a band of woven cow hair. While the metal has oxidized, it would have been shiny in appearance. ‘The use of tin for decorative objects is exceptionally rare within prehistoric burial contexts in Britain and despite tin being a locally available resource on Dartmoor, this is the first time it has been found within a prehistoric archaeological context.
The Tune stone is an important runestone from about 200–450 CE. It bears runes of the Elder Futhark, and the language is Proto-Norse. It was discovered in 1627 in the church yard wall of the church in Tune, Østfold, Norway. Today it is housed in the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo.
Must Farm Quarry in Whittlesey, southeast England. Hundreds of 3,000-year-old artifacts were found, among them textiles, swords, eel traps, spear tips, tools, a charred platform bridge and bowls of nettle stew, nettle stew still within. It’s the largest Bronze Age find ever made in Britain.
Bronze Age : Blanot teasure, museum of Dijon- 2: CULTURE DES CHAMPS D'URNES: En Bourgogne on fit la découverte de l'un de ces sépultures: le trésor de BLANOT. Il se compose entre autres d'un chaudron contenant les vêtements d'une femme et ses parures en or ou en bronze. Seuls les colliers, au nombre de 3, sont en or. Les jambières, la ceinture et le bracelet sont en bronze.