Copper Age: see Bronze Age.
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Tobias L. Kienlin. Traditions and transformations: approaches to Eneolithic (Copper Age) and Bronze Age metalworking and society in Eastern Central Europe and the Carpathian Basin.(Book review) (Antiquity)
The Neolithic-Copper Age Transition on the Great Hungarian Plain: Recent Excavations at the Tiszapolgar Culture Settlement of Veszto-Bikeri (Antiquity)
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