It is uncertain what culture invented the wheel, though it is thought to have been first used in the late Neolithic period. The earliest evidence of wheels, which were used for spinning pottery, come from ancient Mesopotamia as early as 3500 BC.
4500–3300 BCE: Chalcolithic, invention of the potter's wheel; earliest wooden
wheels (disks with a hole for the axle); earliest wheeled ...
Jun 17, 2009 ... No wheels exist in nature. Throughout history, most inventions were inspired by
the natural world. The idea for the pitchfork and table fork came ...
Jun 2, 2014 ... Nevertheless, the wheel (specifically as a means of transportation) was actually
invented at a relatively late point of human history. The oldest ...
May 4, 2014 ... Since its invention, how has the wheel evolved over the years?
Jun 2, 2009 ... From the very early designs used for pottery purposes to the most advanced
contraptions known to mankind, the wheel has been continuously ...
Fascinating facts about the invention of the Wheel by Mesopotamian's in c3500
History: Invention of the Wheel. We cannot imagine our lives without any kind of
movement. Similarly, as we move from one place to another, either the ...
Aug 20, 2013 ... ... in first century battles. The wheel was invented by the ancient Sumerians. ...
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Mar 2, 2012 ... The wheel seems like a primitive invention, but it actually only happened fairly
recently, and was a major ... Live Science · History ...