Bronze is a metal alloy so important that the Bronze Age is named after it. Bronze starts out with copper and adds tin to the alloy to make the copper stronger and more durable. Bronze is easier to work with than iron or steel, but lacks the strength. On the other hand, bronze is impervious rust.

Why Bronze is Fascinating…
The Difference Between Copper, Brass and Bronze
Forging a Bronze-Age Sword
Mining This Rock Unlocks the Bronze Age
Smelting MALACHITE into a KNIFE
Dagger Cast Using BEESWAX, CLAY, and BRONZE (Inspired by Ancient Mesopotamia Royalty)

Bronze Casting
How Its Made – 092 Bronze Sculptures
How to make bronze sculptures – lost wax bronze casting
The Bronze Process by Ken Newman.wmv

The Bronze Age

The Bronze Age Summarized (Geography People and Resources) Ancient History Documentary
The End of Civilization (In the Bronze Age): Crash Course World History 211
1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed (Eric Cline, PhD)

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