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A society without metal

Feudal Japan's actually a really good example; the Japanese Home Islands are relatively iron-poor, with what little they can mine being full of impurities that were difficult to remove in pre-...
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A society without metal

The only metals used by the Aztecs were gold, silver, and copper. Gold and silver were only used for decoration. Copper was used for some tools, needles, awls, axes, etc. (but not for weapons) but for ...
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A society without metal

In our own world, the "medieval" societies of Iron Age and Early Medieval Age were near metal-less, despite the name. Your average Viking Age village would have been built almost entirely ...
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