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Iron Age

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishIron AgeˈIron Age noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š β†’ the Iron Age β†’ Bronze Age, Stone Age
Examples from the Corpus
Iron Ageβ€’ Bronze Age settlement and Iron Age cemetery.β€’ Nothing like their earthworks had been seen since the earlier Iron Age of pre-Roman times.β€’ Modern building work has revealed Iron Age remains, old almshouses and a Quaker burial ground.β€’ They must have been the Iron Age equivalent of the mediaeval castle with the village and everything clustered round.β€’ Most of them date from the Iron Age.β€’ On Roman tombstones and in the Iron age in the Celtic period we find a mounted night killing serpents.β€’ The Iron Age also produced the first evidence of polled cattle in Britain.
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