Archaeologists in India claim to have uncovered the remains of 4,000-year-old horse-drawn chariots, which they say provides the first evidence of a "warrior class" on par with other ancient civilisations. The remains were discovered at an Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) excavation site at the village of Sinauli, about 70 kilometres north of New Delhi, where eight burial sites and artefacts including swords and daggers were also found. The researchers said they unearthed three chariots in burial chambers which date to between 2000 and 1800 BC in the Bronze Age, leading to a suggestion of "royal burials", according to the...
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