Bronze age (3000 BC – 1200 BC) is one of the three periods in the history of civilization. These different eras or time period are distinguished by the kind of tools, houses and weapons. This time period is known by this name because the tools and weapons used were made from the mixture of tin and copper, which resulted in an alloy called bronze.
Bronze age is marked by major innovations and developments as the man understood the power of science and experimentation. One of the major civilizations of this era was Indus Valley Civilization. Harappans, the in habitants of this civilization developed new techniques in metallurgy. The design of the houses in the Bronze Age was marked by circle with a daub or dry-stone wall. The houses had thatched or turfed roof and had only one entrance.
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The Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece houses most ancient artefacts relevant to the human history. It also exhibits collection from the Greek Bronze Age, Roman Empire and the Byzantine Era. The museum was opened to the public in 2009.
Dover Museum has the Dover Bronze Age boat. It also showcases partial reconstruction of houses (the round house) from the Bronze Age, completed with the interiors along with costume replicas.
With two galleries, one dedicated to Iron Age and the other dedicated to the Bronze Age, The British Museum focuses on the invention, development in the field of agriculture during this era.
The Pitt Rivers Museum has stone, bronze and iron tools and weapons.
Smithsonian Institution,Washington, D.C, U.S.A. has 19 individual museums, galleries and research stations, all housed in the Smithsonian complex. One is spoilt for choice as there are so many things to see that it is nearly impossible to be able to see everything. Of all the choices, the most popular are star-spangled banner (original), the Hope Diamond, and the Wright Brothers’ Flyer.
The Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt boasts of the largest collection of Egyptian art. Among other thing, it has the valuable artefacts from King Tut’s (the boy king) tomb. The museum also has a huge collection of Pharaonic antiquities, mummies, and golden masks of Ancient Egypt’s kings.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A. is the largest museum in United States of America with the collection of artefacts and objects displayed to over 2 million. The collection of the museum spreads over Asia, America, Africa and various other countries. Besides artefacts, the museum boasts of collection of textiles, ceramic, paintings, manuscripts, periodicals etc.
Archaeological Museum Lothal (Gujarat) has three galleries with over 800 objects which include reconstructions, beads and terracotta ornaments, seal replicas, shell and ivory artefacts, copper and bronze tools, weapons and objects along with human figurines.
National Museum (New Delhi) has one of the best galleries dedicated to Indus Valley Civilisation. It includes seals, ornaments and figurines from Mohenjo-daro. Besides showcasing, the tore in the museum also sells the replicas from the civilization.