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Bronze Age Kings of Spain: The El Argar Culture


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In Bronze Age Iberia there was a powerful society that dominated the region for over six hundred years. This was a strictly hierarchical society ruled by powerful chieftains, or perhaps kings and queens, supported by a wealthy aristocracy, a labouring class, and slaves. They interred their dead with standardised grave goods that marked their age, sex, and social rank. The elite men were given copper and bronze weapons while the elite women wore gold or silver jewellery and sometimes beautiful silver diadems. They had trade links that extended across the Mediterranean to North Africa, the Aegean, and the Near East, and all the way across Europe to the Baltic. This is the amazing story of the bronze age rulers of Spain – what some have called the first state society in Western Europe - the El Argar culture.

 

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Dan Davis History is a great channel. He sticks with facts and actual viable ideas. 

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5 hours ago, Piney said:

Dan Davis History is a great channel. He sticks with facts and actual viable ideas. 

I wish I had had a history teacher like him in high school.

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