Iron Age: Agriculture, Farming Tools & Food


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The use of this alloy was replaced with iron around 1,000 BC due to man's need for stronger farming tools.

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1. During the Iron Age in England, Celts practiced this type of farming where large tracts of land are used to grow crops for harvest and to create surpluses.

2. During the Iron Age, Celts who practiced arable farming needed ploughs to break up the land which consisted of two iron blades called a _____ and a _____.

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