Perhaps the greatest role of the wheel is to allow people to quickly move objects that greatly exceed their weight.
The most common use of making pottery wheels on pottery wheels is transportation. Before the invention of the wheel, the ancients used heavy loads to transport heavy objects. The simplest slipper is a bevel, and the more complicated ones will be padded under the weights - the ancient Egyptians used this method to pile up huge stones into pyramids. Although the ancient Egyptians should be inspired by the roller to invent the wheel, the earliest use of the wheel is not the ancient Egyptians.
Technological advances driven by wheel use are accompanied by correspondingly far-reaching institutional changes. The population growth has allowed some villages to develop into cities that are ruled by new religious dignitaries and later military leaders and executive heads. The emergence of cities is likely due to the growth of agricultural productivity. The growth of agricultural productivity has left surplus food to support the newly created priestly classes, soldiers and bureaucrats. This development process is not sudden or unilateral. There are many people who are arguing: Is technological change determining institutional change or institutional change determining technological change? This is reminiscent of an early stage of debate about human evolution: whether there is a human brain before creating humans. Culture, including language and tool making? Everyone has agreed that the former interacts with the latter, language and tool making are the cause of brain development and the result of brain development. It seems that technological change and social change are also the same, first interacting, and finally promoting the arrival of urban revolution and civilization. The Neolithic cultivators provided surplus items to the dominant dignitaries and thus turned them into peasants, not because they agreed to do so at some point, or were forced to do so; instead, this was a gradual In the process of development, the causes and consequences interact and are closely related.