The Bronze Age in SE Sweden Evidence of Long-Distance Travel and Advanced Sun Cult

@article{Mrner2013TheBA,
  title={The Bronze Age in SE Sweden Evidence of Long-Distance Travel and Advanced Sun Cult},
  author={N. A. M{\"o}rner and Bob G. Lind},
  journal={Journal of Geography and Geology},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={78}
}
The Bronze Age of Scandinavia (1750-500 BC) is characterized by the sudden appearance of bronze objects in Scandinavia, the sudden mass appearance of amber in Mycenaean graves, and the beginning of bedrock carvings of huge ships. We take this to indicate that people from the east Mediterranean arrived to Sweden on big ships over the Atlantic, carrying bronze objects from the south, which they traded for amber occurring in SE Sweden in the Ravlunda-Vitemolla–Kivik area. Those visitors left… 
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