* An introductory understanding of the history and geography of Otzi and the copper age
His body was inked and his frozen mummy preserved a fine collection of Copper Age
Regarding the Copper Age
, to this date, there are 290 sites recorded in the ARCA database, which represents an average density of 0.11 sites per [km.sup.2], in other words, than in the Neolithic period.
Then came--in increasingly rapid succession--the Copper Age
, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, and the Steel Age.
Around 2200 B.C.E., the copper age
culture of the Starwatchers came into prolonged contact with a Bronze-age culture called the Invaders.
Archaeologists in the Czech Republic has claim the remains of a 5,000-year-old male in a grave might have belonged to the world's oldest known gay caveman--the reasoning behind this one being, the man in question was discovered buried in a way normally reserved only for women of the Corded Ware culture in the Copper Age
that is with its head pointing eastwards and surrounded by domestic jugs, rituals only previously seen in female graves.
Areshian says that clay pots and vats discovered at a sprawling cave system in southern Armenia near the border with Iran shows signs of an organized effort to press and distill grapes during the Copper Age
, about 6,000 years ago.
Cyprus Antiquities Curator Maria Hadjicosti told the Associated Press the artifacts include copper and silver coins, terra-cotta urns and clay and limestone figurines believed to date from the Copper Age
to around 400 BC.
He was discovered in 1991 and dates back to the Copper Age
. Preserved in a glass chamber, he's a spooky sight but there is a less scary creation of how he would have looked back in 3300BC.
The catalogue is organised in chronological sections: Copper Age
, Middle Bronze Age, Recent Bronze Age (specific to Italy), Final Bronze Age and Early Iron Age.
But a team of scientists revealed Otzi is a Copper Age
corpse and actually lived 5,300 years ago.