is our reconstruction from evidence on painted ceramics
of a Mycenean Greek kind called by some scholars a ‘rail
chariot’, the film
required swingletrees for the horsemaster’s use,
so I made them to be readily removable.
I have here interpreted the trumpet-shaped extensions of the floor as basketwork
These are different only
in detail, due to the BBC’s requirements, the second
built one incorporated bronze copies of the original
terrets and linchpins
This is thought to be
the first attempt at an accurate reconstruction of a
racing Roman chariot.
Recently made Egyptian chariots
Assyrian chariots resting
in the deserts of Anatolia