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With fig. 4 (formerly de Clercq no . 287). and 5 WIth fig. 5 and 6 (also Delaporte 1910, no. 479). Boxes of uncertain type: Buchanan 1966, no. 895 ; Amiet 1969. 3f. , with fig. 3. and 7 with fig. 9 (ourfig. 3 6). 23 In la~er znd mill. C. the first places where rear axles consistently appear are on Egyptian walls, which offered plenty of space, while contemporary Egyptian scarabs and ostraca with limited field may show similar chariots with central axles . U For general discussion of axle positions, Paterson 1915.
1957, 26f. with pl. XXIII (Synan ox-carts III e an 0 • . • be d after Porter and Moss 1960) . b to~ ~e~:o~ 1;;0, pi. 32 (det~ils i~ pls. 49 :C-D, 50 :A); Wreszinski 1935. pls. 113- 14. Pigg~t~ 1968a, 289ff. DA is again term mostly us ed. d. CAD 4. 296 e Trad1tional Sumerog ram . v. v: ereq(qoU(tm}; sal~nen3 I59g/' ~9} ~r a vehicle driven by gods (Kammenhearse used 10 royal bunals t en 195 • I. , huber 1961. 30, n. 121: Kumarbi epos) . 8 75 From different parts of the Near East itself, apart from plentiful textu~ documentation, we have two-dimensional representations on cylinder seals (such as fig.
By the 3rd quarter of the millennium, there is evidence of efforts to improve the construction of wheels . Wooden tyres-lighter and less costly than copper or bronze ones and pointing the way towards the later felloe-are n~w documented (fig'. 5). Somewhat later there appears a new type of metal tyre WIth clamps to hold It more securely than the plain metal hoops apparently illustrated earlier in the millennium (fig. 8), which might easily have work ed loose. The dimensions of an example found at Susa (fig.