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CHARIOTS By Carlos Caceres and  Rebecca Wallace
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  ILIAD 83 References in total: “Menelaus grinned as he hefted his gear/And stepped down from his chariot” (III) “[The Trojan leaders] drove out…onto the plain. They pulled up in the space/Between the two armies and stepped down to the earth” (III) “Nestor positioned the chariots in front…‘When you make contact with
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ILIAD Hera and Athena outfit a gold and bronzed chariot with horses and poles, ride it to the battlefield, but they yoke it by the rivers (V) “‘Let’s drive over there/To where the real killing is going on’…the chariot’s rails above/Were spattered with blood kicked up by the horses and turning wheels” (XI) Greeks hold a chariot race during Patroclus’s funeral, Diomedes wins
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History of Chariots Chariots were invented in the Near East Has always been the easiest and simplest type of carriage Built in Mesopotamia as early as 3000 BC Gravestones show the Achaeans adopted the chariot for warfare in the
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