Textiles of flax.
First copper smelting in Anatolia
workshop in Egypt
founded at Abydos.
c. 200 BCE
in the Celtic
world experiences a significant boom. Iron manufacturing increase in all facets of life such as weapon construction and agriculture
Invention of glassblowing.
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8,000 BCE: Ovens in use in the Near East are applied to pottery production.
6,500 BCE: Textiles of flax.
6,200 BCE: First copper smelting in Anatolia.
5,500 BCE: Oldest faience workshop in Egypt founded at Abydos.
3,500 BCE - 3,100 BCE: Period V - Writing, crafts and pottery produced. Beer and wine brewed.
1,380 BCE: First instances of iron working in the Hittite Empire.
200 BCE: Iron in the Celtic world experiences a significant boom. Iron manufacturing increase in all facets of life such as weapon construction and agriculture items.
50 BCE: Invention of glassblowing.
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