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  • The steam ploughs had, however, kept the railroad open, and the evening train which connects the long line of coal-mining and iron-working settlements was slowly groan - ing its way up the steep gradients which lead from Stagville on the plain to Vermissa, the central township which lies at the head of Vermissa Valley.

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  • Perhaps the tools included iron-working implements for Barend's trade.

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  • They are thought to date back to the 1st Century AD and built for officers of the Roman Navy who were overseeing an iron-working estate in the Weald.

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  • However, the settled, iron-working, agricultural-pastoralist societies associated with Bantu-speaking societies, proved to be much more socially, culturally, economically and militarily resilient, despite suffering huge deprivations in colonial wars of dispossession that often had genocidal intent.

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  • However, the settled, iron-working, agricultural-pastoralist societies associated with Bantu-speaking societies, proved to be much more socially, culturally, economically and militarily resilient, despite suffering huge deprivations in colonial wars of dispossession that often had genocidal intent.

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  • Like contemporary Iron Age research in South Africa, postindependence archaeology relied heavily on pottery remnants to reconstruct the sequence and character of human "migration streams," aiming particularly to determine exactly when and where the first settlements of iron-working agriculturalists appeared in the region and to explain how the economic and political systems of these "early farming communities" changed over time.

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  • Through chemical analysis of lead isotope ratio's of the samples with Thermally Ionised Mass Spectrometry, a possible relation between the different ore types, iron-working waste sampled in the territory and at Sagalassos, and iron artifacts from the city will be investigated.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Metallurgical Studies Report 2

  • Last year, morphological identification of iron-working debris by Patrick Degryse (Expertise Center for Bio - and Geoarchaeological Sciences and Image Processing, KULeuven: www. archscience.be) and Nathalie Kellens (KULeuven) revealed a functional difference between the activities in the city and the territory.

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  • The mainlanders are all cognisant of native methods of working iron, although many tribes of them now depend entirely on European trade for their supply of knives, etc., and this difference between them and the Bubis would seem to indicate that the migration of the latter to the island must have taken place at a fairly remote period, a period before the iron-working tribes came down to the coast.

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  • Geochemical and mineralogical comparison of the different ore types, the iron-working waste, and the metal objects sampled, both in the territory and in the city, will provide further insight in the economy of iron working in the territory of Sagalassos.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Metallurgical Studies Report 2

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