Why was the Wheelbarrow Invented?

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The wheelbarrow was invented in Ancient Greece and it was used to ease the transporting of large quantities of construction materials which would ordinarily be too heavy or difficult to carry by hand to a work site. The wheelbarrow may have also been used for farming, but there is little evidence to prove this.
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The Wheelbarrow was invented in Ancient Greece. It is assumed that their original function was on construction sites and to aid in farming.
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Nobody knows for sure but it was made 100 B.C. in Northwest China.
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