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Sumerian Farming Tools?

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Sumerian farming tools were the plow and sickle. Sumerians also invented a plow with a seed funnel behind it. The first plow was made of stone, and then later, copper. The Sumerians used hoes and spades, made out of flint and copper, to cultivate fields. Sickles were made out of clay which was fired longer than normal.The Sumerians were a people who lived in the southern portion of Mesopotamia from around 3500 B.C. to 1800 B.C. The Sumerian people lived in twelve city states, famous among them were Sumer and Ur.
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