Ancient Egyptian chariots

The domestication of some animals enabled their employment in work load, shooting and saddle. The invention of the wheel was followed by its use in transportation and war vehicles.

A domesticação de alguns animais permitiu o seu emprego em trabalhos de carga, tiro e sela. À invenção da roda seguiu-se o seu emprego em carros de transporte e guerra.

Joseph Bonomi (the younger 1796-1878)- 'Egyptian chariot' in Joseph Bonomi; Nineveh and its palaces and works in Egypt, Nubia, and Ethiopia, illustrated with his own drawings, fig. 108

Unknown-'Egyptian king on his chariot'-wall painting Ramesses II's temple in Thebes in E(rnst Bernhard) Wallis; Illustrerad verldshistoria utgifven, band I Stockholm (1875)

Unknown-'Ramesses II's victory over the Cheta people and the siege of Dapur'-wall painting Ramesses II's temple in Thebes

Unknown-'battle Tutankamon vs Asiatics'-ivory colored-(1358-1350 BC) Cairo-Museum

Dottore Ippolito Rosellini (1800-1843)-'Rameses II return to home in victory with a cheetah and slave' in Monumenti dell'Egitto e della Nubia disegnati dalla Spedizione Scientifico-Litteraria Toscana in Egitto (1834), vol. 3, pl. 84

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