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Aetas ferrea




Unam legis e paginis de
aevis archaeologicis
disserentibus

  • Tahunium, Yarmukium
  • Tardenoisium, Kebarium, Natufium, Khiamium
Epipalaeo-, Mesolithicum
  • Azilium, Maglemosium, Swiderium
Palaeolithicum superius
Palaeolithicum medium
Palaeolithicum inferius
Vide etiam
* Aeva historica
* Aeva geologica

Aetas ferrea[1] in archaeologia fuit tempus in cuiuslibet populi progressu, cum instrumenta usitata praecipue ex ferro facta obtinuerunt. Tempus ortus ascensusque huius metalli saepe cum aliis culturae mutationibus, maxime agricultura, religione, artibusque, conflixit.

In historia, aetas ferrea est proximum tempus princeps post aetatem aeneam in systemate aetatum trium, quo archaeologi societates praehistoricas in genera describunt. Longitudo aetatum et status socialis apud has societates secundum civitatem vel regionem geographicam variantur. Nullum aetatis ferreae tempus disertum in quibusvis societatibus noscitur: solum est tempus cum archaeologia fit minus grave quam historia memoriaeque posteris traditae. Mixturae ferreae sunt populares ut chalybs in plurimis rebus metallicis.

Index

Tempora


Aetas ferrea coepisse putatur saeculo duodecimo a.C.n. in Asia, Perside, India (cum civilizatione Vedica post Rigvedam), et Graecia (per Obscuras Aetates Graecas). Alibi in Europa, multo serius coepit.

Aetas ferrea usitate divisa est in duo genera, quae sunt prima aetas ferrea et secunda aetas ferrea.

Nexus interni


Notae


  1. Adumbratio lexici Anglici et Latini 751 ; Del Col s.v. edad ; Reijo Pitkäranta, Lexicon Finnico-Latino-Finnicum. WSOY, 2001; Ebbe Vilborg, Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok. Andra upplagan. Norstedts akademiska förlag, 2009.

Bibliographia


Nexus externi


Unam legis e paginis de
aevis historicis
disserentibus

Vide etiam
* Aeva archaeologica
* Aeva geologica
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