Top 10 Inventions of the Bronze Age

Wheel: The oldest wheel that has been found by the archaeologist to the date is the one found from the Mesopotamia. 

Writing: Scholars generally agree that the earliest form of writing appeared almost 5,500 years ago in Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq)

Soap: Evidence suggests that soap was invented by the ancient Babylonians in around 2800 BC.

Rope: Ropes were used even before the bronze age, but they were far from solid and only used for minor tasks.

Bronze Axes: During the Bronze Age, stone axes began giving way to axes with a head made of copper and bronze. These tools we're mainly used for farm work.

Bronze Plow: The Bronze Plow had the ability to take tough impacts without getting damaged and made farm work much easier.

Locks: Long before the Bronze Age, people did use ways to keep their valuables safe, but the first ever lock was made in around 2000 B.C.

Chariots: With the invention of the wheel came the invention of chariots which were used to transport materials and also served as a war machine. 

Umbrella: One of them must of created the umbrella for sure and the others most likely decided to also make use of this great invention

Sickle Sword: The sickle sword was designed and created by the Sumerian civilization of southern Mesopotamia.