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 feet in height.
It is in the goodness of her archers and the multitude of her chariots that the strength of Egypt lies.
This gave to the chariots which came on behind room to open to the right and left.
Their chariots, enormously outnumbered, were destroyed rather than defeated.
Look at the long line of chariots moving in as regular order as the footmen.
When they had finished the wonderful five minutes, they tried the chariots.