markable carved stones of a grave at Kivik, shows a two-wheeled chariot, with two horses, and a driver standing upon it. Bits and bridles of nearly the same kind as those used now have been
found; and the bones of domestic animals and hides—both tanned and untanned—of oxen and cows, are common.
Shapely bronze sickles (Fig. 6) and hand-mills attest to a systematic
cultivation of grain. "Tillage," Prof. Montelius adds "necessarily presupposes fixed dwelling-places; that these existed