MOTHER TONGUE
Newsletter of the Association for the Study of Language In Prehistory

Issue 25 · Summer 1995


Chariots in Syria in 3000 BC?

Chariots older than any likely advent of early Indo-Europeans are reported by D.Michael Fuller (St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, MO, USA) at Tel Tninir in Syria about 480 km northeast of Damascus. The site was a marketplace; a horse and two chariots were clay statues. Someone should look into this.

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