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Iron Age

Iron Age
Bronze Age

Bronze Age collapse

Ancient Near East (1200 BC – 500 BC)

Anatolia Assyria, Caucasus, Cyprus, Egypt, Levant (Israel and Judah), Neo-Babylonian Empire, Persia

India (1200 BC – 200 BC)

Painted Grey Ware
Northern Black Polished Ware
Maurya Empire
Anuradhapura Kingdom

Europe (1200 BC – 1 BC)

Aegean
Novocherkassk
Hallstatt C
La Tène C
Villanovan C
British Iron Age
Thracians
Dacia, Transylvania, Southeastern Europe
Greece, Rome
Scandinavia (600 BC - Germanic Iron Age (800 AD))

China (600 BC – 200 BC)

Spring and Autumn period and Warring States period

Korea (400 BC – 400 AD)

Late Gojoseon period
Proto-Three Kingdoms period

Japan (100 BC – 300 AD)

Yayoi period

Philippines (1000 BC – 200 AD)

Jade Culture
Sa Huyun culture

Vietnam (1000 BC – 630 AD)

Sa Huỳnh culture
Óc Eo culture

Sub-Saharan Africa (1000 BC – 800 AD)

Nok
Djenné-Djenno
Igbo-Ukwu

Axial Age
Classical antiquity
Zhou dynasty
Vedic period
Ancient barangays
Alphabetic writing
Metallurgy

Ancient history
Historiography
Greek, Roman, Chinese, Islamic

The Iron Age is an archaeological era, referring to a period of time in the prehistory and protohistory of the Old World (Afro-Eurasia) when the dominant toolmaking material was iron. It is commonly preceded by the Bronze Age in Europe and Asia with exceptions and the Stone Age in Africa. Meteoric iron has been used by humans since at least 3200 BC, but ancient iron production did not become widespread until the ability to smelt iron ore, remove impurities and regulate the amount of carbon in the alloy were developed. The start of the Iron Age proper is considered by many to fall between around 1200 BC and 600 BC, depending on the region. In most parts of the world, its end is defined by the widespread adoption of writing, and therefore marks the transition from prehistory to history.

Bronze Age collapse

Ancient Near East (1200 BC – 500 BC)

India (1200 BC – 200 BC)

Europe (1200 BC – 1 BC)

China (600 BC – 200 BC)

Korea (400 BC – 400 AD)

Japan (100 BC – 300 AD)

Philippines (1000 BC – 200 AD)


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