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Blacksmith's hammers, door hinge, nails and sword : Stock Photo
The technology of melting iron dates back to 1200 BC, it made rapid progression of civilisations using it possible, leading directly to industrial revolution of 18th and 19th century in the United Kingdom.

Blacksmith's hammers, door hinge, nails and sword

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The technology of melting iron dates back to 1200 BC, it made rapid progression of civilisations using it possible, leading directly to industrial revolution of 18th and 19th century in the United Kingdom.
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