TumulusRiddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.
I can carry loads, large or small.
I can cover kings, short or tall.
I'm as far north that you can go,
And still be in the city of an Eskimo.
What am I?
HintThe title is a hint.
AnswerI may have handles and wheels,
And cover tombs wide or narrow.
I'm also in Alaska's north,
And am known as BARROW.
A burial mound for a tomb.
A cart with one wheel everyone knows.
North America's northernmost city.
All are known as BARROW.
And the hint, about the title,
What was that supposed to show?
A tumulus is another word
For the burial mound, BARROW.
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