Bronze and Iron Age Comparison Chart

Bronze age (late III BC.) Iron Age (  1 BC.)
The emergence of independent isolated groups of the population with a kind of spiritual and material culture; patriarchy; neighboring community, presence of tribes Decomposition of primitive communal relations, the emergence of prerequisites for the formation of statehood
Development of cattle breeding, agriculture, crafts The spread of metallurgy, the development of crafts (the emergence of craft centers); the formation of a pastoral-nomadic way of life in the steppes and a sedentary-agricultural one in the forest-steppe
Monuments have been found throughout Eurasia (Caucasus, Northern Black Sea region, Western Siberia, Altai) Zarubenets culture (II century BC – II century AD)

 

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