The Bronze Age was a period of early human civilization known for its advancements in culture, society, language, architecture, ancient warfare, and trade. The old world that experienced the Bronze Age was across the Mediterranean Sea and the Near East.

The Bronze Age was coined from its use of bronze as a metal in this period, which was detrimental to society and trade. Archaeological sites such as the Pyramids of Giza and human advancements like the wheel and writing scripts were created during this timeframe.

Unfortunately, the serenity surrounding the Bronze Age did not last, as a catastrophic chain of events led to an ancient world-shifting collapse that led to the end of several civilizations that took humanity several hundred years to recover from.