Who invented the potter's wheel?

Answer Some 2,000 years before Christ, the Egyptians began using the potter's wheel. Although many surrounding civilizations may have tinkered with the idea of the wheel, the Egyptians are known as the fi... Read More »

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Who invented the pottery wheel?

The first pottery wheel was invented shortly after the invention of the wheel. The pottery wheel was invented sometime in the third millennium B.C. in Mesopotamia, according to Ceramics Today. The ... Read More »

Who invented the English wheel?

While the specific inventor of the English wheel is unknown, jewelry makers began to use small versions in central Europe several hundred years ago. By 1900, English craftsmen had refined the tool ... Read More »

Who invented wheel chairs?

The very first wheelchair was invented by Phillip II of Spain, four centuries ago. The first folding steel wheelchair was invented by Harry Jennings in 1933. However, it was built by Harry's friend... Read More »

Who invented the trundle wheel?

The trundle wheel, a device used to measure long distances for outdoor science labs and trigonometry classes, was invented by Brion McGinn, Julie Wehrmeister and William Chiasson. It was patented o... Read More »