Sumarian chariot drawn by wild asses

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The Sumarians were amongst the first warriors to wear armour. Sometimes they rode into battle in chariots drawn by wild asses (seen in the standard bottom left); (middle right) King Eannatum of Lagash leading his troops into battle 4,500 years ago; (far right) gold helmet of Prince Meskelamshar (lower right) bronze helmet found in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. From Look and Learn 613 (13 October 1973).

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