Alpheios swung out of its banks and washed away the race-course for chariots.
The chariots, some of them still hooded in canvas, were very small and tarnished.
And Aragdus the Arabian with 10,000 horse, a hundred chariots, and innumerable slingers.
Irony: the chariots that are to cost Abradatas his life hereafter.
These chariots were small, the wheels not exceeding three ...