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Introduction to Goldsmith Techniques in Syria during the Early and Middle Bronze Age
Jewels constitute a relevant form of documentation relating to the complex society and state formation process in Bronze Age Syria. They provide material evidence of various socioeconomic dynamics, including the capitalisation of precious metals (gold and silver), intensification of exchanges over long-distances, along with the emergence of specialised craftsmen and goldsmiths who mastered the know-how in metallurgy and the manufacture of complex objects. During the 3rd and early 2nd millenniadoi:10.13128/asiana-815 fatcat:d7cn5orxqjfwlk4ztrs32dqwji