Bronze was first invented around -3800 by the Ngauro (Kasadgad) and independently in Tuysáfa around -1000 YP.
Bronze in Peilaš
Bronze was first invented around -3800 by the Ngauro (Kasadgad).
Bronze in Tuysáfa
Bronze was invented separately in eastern Tuysáfa by Dumic or Anatolionesian peoples in the Hazāka over two thousand years later, in the mid-second millennium BP. Bronze smelting reached Leic-speaking groups around -700 YP, Wendoth-speaking groups in the west around -500 YP, and subsequently Ronquian-speaking groups by -300 YP. Vast areas of northern Tuysáfa remained neolithic throughout this period.