Mesopotamian inventions (3rd millennium BC)

Mesopotamian inventions (3rd millennium BC)

These tools, revolutionary even in their simplicity, are still in use today.

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Mesopotamian inventions, Mesopotamia, wheel, fired clay brick, plow, Mesopotamian wagon, brick kiln, sowing plow, agriculture, invention, technology, civilization, cart, animal husbandry, Fertile Crescent, antiquity, ancient

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