Archaeologists discover Roman iron smelting works at Ninove Wednesday 04 March 2020 Archaeologists exploring a future construction site at Doorn Noord in Ninovein East Flanders have discovered evidence of an iron smelting plant dating back to late Roman times The find is the first evidence of such activity to be found in the area... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.
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Archaeologists in Poland made a delightful and exciting find near the city of Warkocz by excavating a Celtic iron smelting furnace that predates Jesus a find that further confirms how much the Celts influenced continental Europe and how much power they had in the region While we think of the Celts as being based in Scottish Irish British and Welsh history they actually originated from central EasternMore Details
Metal Detectorist Finds Rare Ancient Roman Ingot Jocelyne LeBlanc June 26 2020 One of the most significant Roman objects found in recent years was unearthed in Wales by a metal detectorist Rob Jones found the metal object with an inscription on it in a field located in Rossett After he found the object he contacted the local finds officer in North East Wales for the Portable Antiquities Scheme inMore Details
Archaeologists in Poland made a delightful and exciting find near the city of Warkocz by excavating a Celtic iron smelting furnace that predates Jesus a find that further confirms how much the Celts influenced continental Europe and how much power they had in the regionMore Details
Nov 30 2019 · The archaeological discovery sheds light onto the early spread of complex metallurgy throughout Europe Archaeologists who found the furnaces inMore Details
Archaeologists say Roman socketed boltheads an oxgoad hobnails and a possible oven discovered at a former fort annexe where years of excavations have repeatedly revealed remains from the period could help shed light on life in central Scotland as far back as the Iron Age Signs of preRoman activity resound at Camelon Roman fortMore Details
Tags archaeologists ingot lead Roman Roman Britain roman empire Wales Jocelyne LeBlanc works full time as a writer and is also an author with two books currently published She has written articles for several online websites and had an article published in a Canadian magazine on the most haunted locations in Atlantic CanadaMore Details
While the development of iron smelting put an end to the Bronze Age the use of copper and bronze did not stop In fact the Romans expanded their uses for and extraction of copper The Romans engineering ability led to new systematic extraction methods that particularly focused on gold silver copper tin and leadMore Details
Archaeologists dig up a Celtic iron mill predating Jesus Christ The Celtic iron smelling furnace which predates Jesus which confirmed further how much the Celts have had an influence on continental Europe and their power in the region was excavated by the archaeologists of Poland a pleasant and exciting finding in Warkocz near the cityMore Details
Nov 30 2019 · Archaeology bombshell Archaeologists dig up a Celtic iron mill predating Jesus Christ ARCHAEOLOGISTS in Poland have discovered 12 Celtic furnacesMore Details
The Völklingen Ironworks are the worlds only surviving smelting works from the Golden Age of the iron and steel industry in the 19th and 20th century In 1994 these gigantic ironworks covering an area of 600000m² became the first industrial monument to be inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list Today they are a cultural attraction themed discovery park and science centre rolled intoMore Details
Archaeologists have discovered a Roman fort in South East Cornwall Dating back to the first century AD this is only the third Roman fort ever to have been found in the county The team believesMore Details
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Analysis of archaeological charcoal from four medieval bloomery furnace sites in Bilsdale and from the site of the hammersmithy and blast furnace at the early modern iron works at RievaulxMore Details