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Pics shows: The found toy carriage; A 5,000-year-old model carriage unearthed in Turkey is believed to be the oldest toy ever discovered. The little chair on wheels was found during excavation of the ancient city of Sogmatar, known to be one of the oldest residential areas, in the Sanliurfa province of south-eastern Turkey. A 4,000-year-old baby???s rattle dug up in the city of Kultepe in the central Anatolian province of Keyseri in 2014 was at that time hailed as the world???s oldest toy. Sogmatar is believed to have been the home of Moses when he had run away from the Pharaoh. Sogmatar Excavation Head and Sanliurfa Museum Manager Celal Uludag said that Sogmatar was one of the most important excavations in the area. He added: "The excavation in this area continues with the permission of the ministry. In the necropolis part, in a tomb room, we found a toy carriage and wheels of the carriage made out of terracotta which belongs to the Bronze Age and believed to have been made for the children of kings or the leaders. "This finding is very important for us as shows the aesthetic and cultural understanding of the period. The item will be exhibited in the biggest museum complex of Turkey, the Sanliurfa Archaeology Museum. We believe that we are going to find even more important things in the excavation."
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Pics shows: The found toy carriage; A 5,000-year-old model carriage unearthed in Turkey is believed to be the oldest toy ever discovered. The little chair on wheels was found during excavation of the ancient city of Sogmatar, known to be one of the oldest residential areas, in the Sanliurfa province of south-eastern Turkey. A 4,000-year-old baby???s rattle dug up in the city of Kultepe in the central Anatolian province of Keyseri in 2014 was at that time hailed as the world???s oldest toy. Sogmatar is believed to have been the home of Moses when he had run away from the Pharaoh. Sogmatar Excavation Head and Sanliurfa Museum Manager Celal Uludag said that Sogmatar was one of the most important excavations in the area. He added: "The excavation in this area continues with the permission of the ministry. In the necropolis part, in a tomb room, we found a toy carriage and wheels of the carriage made out of terracotta which belongs to the Bronze Age and believed to have been made for the children of kings or the leaders. "This finding is very important for us as shows the aesthetic and cultural understanding of the period. The item will be exhibited in the biggest museum complex of Turkey, the Sanliurfa Archaeology Museum. We believe that we are going to find even more important things in the excavation."
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