The Oldest Known Western Armor, the Evolution of Armor, How the British Weight Measurement of Stone Came to Be, and the Oldest Known Chess Games

The oldest known western armor ever uncovered has been dated to 1400 BC. Initially armor was made of leather but became forged from metal as techniques of making armor became more advanced. The British measurement of weight using stone was developed because stones were primarily used as counterbalances to scales. The oldest chess games date back to India in the 6th century AD...

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