Beaker people

Prehistoric people thought to have been of Iberian origin, who spread out over Europe from the 3rd millennium BC. They were skilled in metalworking, and are associated with distinctive earthenware...
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Beaker People

The Beaker People were formerly thought to be people of Iberian origin who spread out over Europe in the 2nd millennium BC, however, it is now (since about 1990) known that they were in fact an industrialized and highly organised indigenous British stone-age people who built Stonehenge in England. They are called the Beaker People because their rem...
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Beaker people

Prehistoric people thought to have been of Iberian origin, who spread out over Europe from the 3rd millennium BC. They were skilled in metalworking, and are associated with distinctive earthenware drinking vessels with various designs, in particular, a type of beaker with a bell-shaped profile, widely distributed throughout Europe. The Beaker p...
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