The chariot that evolved from the ancient vehicle of this name (see Chariot) took on two main forms: * A light, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage having a coach box and back seats only, popular in the early 19th century. * A vehicle for conveying persons especially in state, such as a triumphal car or a coach of state. This stately but manoeuvrable horse carriage was used for ceremonial occasions or for pleasure. A chariotee was a light, covered, four-wheeled pleasure carriage with two seats. A vehicle such as a cart or wagon for transporting goods was also sometimes called a chariot.

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  • The chariot that evolved from the ancient vehicle of this name (see Chariot) took on two main forms: * A light, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage having a coach box and back seats only, popular in the early 19th century. * A vehicle for conveying persons especially in state, such as a triumphal car or a coach of state. This stately but manoeuvrable horse carriage was used for ceremonial occasions or for pleasure. A chariotee was a light, covered, four-wheeled pleasure carriage with two seats. A post chariot was a carriage for traveling post. The term was used specifically for a kind of light four-wheeled carriage with a driver's seat in front. A vehicle such as a cart or wagon for transporting goods was also sometimes called a chariot. (en)
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  • The chariot that evolved from the ancient vehicle of this name (see Chariot) took on two main forms: * A light, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage having a coach box and back seats only, popular in the early 19th century. * A vehicle for conveying persons especially in state, such as a triumphal car or a coach of state. This stately but manoeuvrable horse carriage was used for ceremonial occasions or for pleasure. A chariotee was a light, covered, four-wheeled pleasure carriage with two seats. A vehicle such as a cart or wagon for transporting goods was also sometimes called a chariot. (en)
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  • Chariot (carriage) (en)
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