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This article examines Germany’s cultural diversity during the Bronze Age. It studies the country’s geography, climate, and geology, and differentiates the Bronze Age of central and southern Germany from eastern Germany and northern Germany, which experienced the Nordic Bronze Age. The article determines that the most relevant distinguishing features of the German Bronze Age are the grave forms and burial customs such as urnfields (Late Bronze Age).
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