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The earliest beaten bronze vessels associated with ceremonial and perhaps ritual feasting and drinking occur in the Bronze D phase of the thirteenth century BC in Central Europe. Beaten bronze cups in a succession of variant forms are characteristic of the Urnfield late Bronze Age ... Friedrichsruhe and Fuchsstadt cups, with decorated variants such as those from the Dresden-Dobritz hoard date from the end of Bronze D through Hallstatt A1 and A2 source:THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CELTIC ART - D.W…

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It is this deep-seated legacy that inspired National Geographic's stunning "Hawaiian Renaissance" story.

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Guacanagari Cacique | A man of charm and diplomatic dexterity.

This cacique, or chief, was a major leader on Hispaniola and he saw the threat the Spanish posed to the island people and himself. He successfully wooed Columbus, thus preventing immediate catastrophe, but jealous competitors and Columbus’ treacherous subordinates led to his destruction.