Interview: The Mysterious Bronze Age Collapse with Eric Cline

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[FONT=&quot]The decline of the Late Bronze Age civilizations of the Mediterranean and Near East has puzzled historians and archaeologists for centuries. While many have ascribed the collapse of several civilizations to the enigmatic Sea Peoples, Professor Eric H. Cline, former Chair of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at George Washington University, presents a more complicated and nuanced scenario in his book, 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed.

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[FONT=&quot]In 2015 CE, Professor Eric H. Cline spoke to Ancient History Encyclopedia’s James Blake Wiener about the circumstances that lead to the collapse of the cosmopolitan world of the Late Bronze Age.[/FONT]

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https://www.ancient.eu/article/1446/interview-the-mysterious-bronze-age-collapse-with-/
 
always chewing over the same material to conclude that there were 'a multitude of causes' for the collapse
it's kind of frustrating
 
yes basically they dont have a clue so just make stuff up.
You guys should read 'were troy once stood' by Iman Wilkens.
Surely you can no longer laugh and call people names at this suggestion as we now know, that our tin was being used for at least 150 years earlier.
I've already shown you the site of troy and the remains of the battlefield.

You guys poke fun and laugh but you have been wrong on everything concerning Britain so far.
We have the oldest boats found here. the first milk consumption now here. just goes on and on.
you lot said we got everything last. Well in fact we beat Greece and Rome and were leading the way.
We are the Atlantians The Greeks use to dream about. Santorini my foot it was doggerland. Just face it.
 

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