Dmitry Petrov Back

On bronze age collapse

As it often happens, many patterns repeat themselves in many different areas, maybe in slightly different forms and shapes. You can have a look everywhere.

One of the theories behind the Late Bronze Age Collapse is that the civilization at time came into some sort of perfect storm - natural disasters, hunger caused wars that broken trade links between the countries and made it impossible to source all the components needed to made bronze and the civilization fell apart with a frigthening speed. Fast forward to late Rome scenario - historians still argue about the reasons of West Rome demise and I’m by no means an expert in the area but one theories that sounded plausible to me was that the efficient efficient trade was one of the main reasons that elevated the Rome