Largest Land Vehicles Made by Humankind

The Helepolis was a siege tower built around 304 BC, designed by Epimachus of Athens for the siege of Rhodes. At 65 feet wide, 130 feet tall, and a weight of 160 tons, it had iron plating on three sides and could house three catapults. To make it move, it had to be pushed by 3400 men.

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