Typically, what is bronze made of?

copper and zinc
copper and tin
copper and lead
copper and iron
Copper and tin ores are rarely found together, so serious bronze work during Bronze Age has always involved trade. In Europe, the major source for tin was Great Britain's deposits of ore in Cornwall, which were traded as far as Phoenicia in the Eastern Mediterranean.
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copper and zinc
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flagthe Netherlands
17%
76%
0%
5%
17
flagAustria
21%
57%
4%
16%
61
flagRepublic of Ireland
47%
47%
0%
5%
19
flagSwitzerland
40%
45%
5%
10%
20
flagGermany
33%
43%
6%
16%
392
flagSingapore
39%
43%
8%
8%
23
flagthe United Kingdom
30%
42%
9%
17%
295
flagNigeria
26%
42%
20%
9%
99
flagMalaysia
38%
42%
3%
15%
26
flagthe United Arab Emirates
28%
42%
0%
23%
21
flagPoland
31%
39%
12%
16%
12504
flagIndia
41%
39%
8%
9%
699
flagthe United States
34%
36%
8%
20%
654
flagGreece
27%
36%
9%
27%
22
flagUnknown
36%
34%
9%
19%
41
flagAustralia
39%
33%
4%
19%
83
flagCanada
38%
33%
12%
14%
57
flagPakistan
42%
23%
12%
18%
80
flagthe Philippines
40%
22%
8%
27%
59
flagIndonesia
22%
16%
16%
44%
18