Symbolism of the Color Bronze
From 3500 B.C. to 1200 B.C., humans lived in the Bronze Age, till it ended with the start of the Iron Age in 1200 B.C.  Bronze is created by smelting copper and tin, and this process, discovered around the third millennium BC, forges a metal that is harder and more durable than the components. 
The strength and durability of bronze made it an intricate part of weapons, chariots, and other important tools for society. Golden-brown tones are generally classified along with bronze, along with some copper tones.
Bronze dragons are powerful, solid dragons that possess especially hard scales. Since bronze was used in many weapons, bronze dragons are warriors.
All of the dragon graphics on this page were created by Donna Quinn.
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