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Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, ISSN 0003-097X, 5/2016, Volume 375, Issue 375, pp. 171 - 184
This article offers a new interpretation of the so-called Chariots Engraving discovered in the Timnaʿ... 
Mining | Kingdom of Egypt | Archaeology | Engraving | Soldiers | Hunting | Iron age | Articles | Workforce | Archaeological surveys | Chariots | New Kingdom | Expedition | Timna | Rock art
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Antiquity, ISSN 0003-598X, 09/2003, Volume 77, Issue 297, pp. 531 - 535
The chance discovery of a chariot burial shows Iron Age Scotland to be in direct contact with the European continent. 
Research | Burial | Scotland | Iron Age | Chariot | Cart | burial | chariot | cart | ARCHAEOLOGY | Archaeology | Carriages | Funerals
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World archaeology, ISSN 1470-1375, 2013, Volume 45, Issue 3, pp. 473 - 491
Iron Age chariot burials in the UK are rare and restricted in their distribution... 
isotope | Iron Age | Chariot | Arras culture | Yorkshire | RATIOS | OXFORDSHIRE | CARBON | EAST YORKSHIRE | STRONTIUM | ARCHAEOLOGY | BONE-COLLAGEN | WETWANG-SLACK | TOOTH ENAMEL | DIET | CONSUMPTION | Isotopes
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1978, Prähistorische Bronzefunde. Abteilung XVII, ISBN 3406007740, Volume Bd. 1, 133, 61
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Oxford Journal of Archaeology, ISSN 0262-5253, 05/2012, Volume 31, Issue 2, pp. 161 - 189
Summary This paper presents 21 new radiocarbon dates for Iron Age burials excavated at Wetwang Slack, East Yorkshire, including three chariot burials... 
CALIBRATION | COLLAGEN EXTRACTION | CARBON | OXFORD | SLACK | FACILITY | AMS | SAMPLES | INTERCOMPARISON VIRI | PROGRAM | ARCHAEOLOGY | Human evolution | Archaeology | Chronologies | Analysis | Jewelry | Carbon dating | Iron Age | Bayesian analysis | United Kingdom | East Yorkshire | Wetwang Slack
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World archaeology, ISSN 0043-8243, 05/2013, Volume 45, Issue 3, p. 473
Iron Age chariot burials in the UK are rare and restricted in their distribution... 
Iron Age | Migration | Funerals | Mobility | Isotopes | Culture
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IRAN and the CAUCASUS, ISSN 1609-8498, 2013, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 359 - 369
The goal of the present study is an analysis, accompanied by new drawings, of four bronze belts, which were recovered by the famous French archaeologist... 
Daggers | HISTORY, CULTURE | Animal horns | Cemeteries | Humans | Mathematical objects | Bronzes | Geometric lines | Processions | Chariots | Archaeological sites | Transcaucasia | Iron Age | Animal Style | Bronze Belts | HISTORY | Lori
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1992, Oxford University Committee for Archaeology monograph, ISBN 9780947816353, Volume no. 35, 382 p., 136 p. of plates
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Antiquity, ISSN 0003-598X, 04/2017, Volume 91, Issue 356, pp. 375 - 388
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Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, ISSN 0003-097X, 11/2010, Volume 360, Issue 360, pp. 1 - 22
... Mycenaean warrior of the Iron Age I, a Greek hoplite of the sixth century, or something of a mix of the two. However, if he is understood as a chariot warrior, a member... 
Spears | Iron age | Weapons | Swords | Armor | Helmets | Javelins | Bronzes | Sickles | Chariots
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Historia : Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte, ISSN 0018-2311, 1/2004, Volume 53, Issue 3, pp. 369 - 378
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The Journal of military history, ISSN 0899-3718, 2009, Volume 73, Issue 4, pp. 1073 - 1089
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Journal of Biblical literature, ISSN 0021-9231, 10/2017, Volume 136, Issue 3, pp. 593 - 607
The first and final visions of Zechariah include the Hebrew Bible's only descriptions of horses in terms of their color. The color terms employed have long... 
Iron age | Colors | Language translation | Horses | Genetics | Steppes | Population genetics | Torah | Genetic mutation | Chariots | Hebrew Bible | Text analysis | Iron Age | Domestication | Material culture | Physical anthropology
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World Archaeology: The Archaeology of Sport and Pastimes, ISSN 0043-8243, 06/2012, Volume 44, Issue 2, pp. 189 - 201
.... In this paper, the iconography of the most common forms of sport competitions - dumb-bell fighting, chariot racing and horse racing... 
horse race | dumb-bell fighting | chariot race | sport | Iron Age art | Iron age | Boxing | Variation forms | Horses | Reins | Wagons | Racing | Wrestling | Sports | Chariots | ARCHAEOLOGY
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Times (London, England : 1788), ISSN 0140-0460, 06/2019
...A "unique discovery" of a 2,000-yearold burial site complete with a chariot unearthed by a metal detectorist has yielded more treasures. Chariot wheels, tyre... 
Archaeology | Iron Age | Museums
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12/2019, ISBN 1118770196
...). BA chariots seem always to have been drawn by two horses, the contemporary standard in the eastern Mediterranean. Cavalry is generally viewed as a later development that replaced chariotry. 
ancient weapon | cavalry | dagger | spear | Bronze Age chariots | Late Bronze Age | Greek warfare | Early Iron Age
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Irish independent, 03/2017
...Horse and chariot dig THE discovery of the remains of an Iron Age horse and chariot buried together has been declared an event of "international significance... 
Archaeology | Iron Age
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Times (London, England : 1788), ISSN 0140-0460, 06/2019, p. 3
...A "unique discovery" of a 2,000-yearold burial site complete with a chariot unearthed by a metal detectorist has yielded more treasures. Chariot wheels, tyre... 
Archaeology | Iron Age | Museums
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