Wheeled Vehicle and Ridden Animals in the Ancient Near East (Asian Studies)
M. A. Littauer, J. H. Crouwel
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(plaque). 37 Moorey 1970a, forty five , no. 2 ; Boehmer 1965a, no. 820. Motif of pr ostrate enemy attest ed with wheeled cars already in past interval, supra p . 32 and fi g. three. ~ 38 Zarins 1976 , 419f.; Moorey 197oa, forty eight with n . 2 ; cf. als o supra nn . 22, 24, 26 . 39 Van Lo on 1975, 24 with fig . eight (our fig. 23 ; different exs . t oo, pers on al conversation ). forty For earl y ailing. of rigid-framed pack saddles, Mich alowski 1969, fig. 295 (Egypt, Dynasty XI: t omb of Zar, Thebes) . - - '~ ;" ',.
1939-4 zero • 29ffwlthpI. IX : a); Speleers 1917, no. 489; Woolley 1955 ,266: no . 136 with pI. LXVI (from a sell off at Alalakh; picture provided via D . Collen} . 2 2 Buchanan 1966, no. 8.94 (our fig . 35) . comparable: Amiet 1969. 4f. with fig. four (formerly de Clercq no . 287). and five WIth fig. five and six (also Delaporte 1910, no. 479). containers of doubtful kind: Buchanan 1966, no. 895 ; Amiet 1969. 3f. , with fig. three. and seven with fig. nine (ourfig. three 6). 23 In la~er znd mill. B.C. the 1st areas the place rear.
And Roman practices d. Bronson 1965, 97ff. sixty six For battues, Littauer and Crouwel 1973c. 29ff. sixty six Buchanan 1966. no . 895. Bowcase, or quite quiver, additionally most likely in our fig. 34. sixty three o~er EARLIER moment MILLENNIUM B.C. prior moment MILLENNIUM B.C . bow because the outdated excessive one could have performed. enhanced manoeuvrability (d. p. fifty two) may even have elevated the suitability of the autos for warfare.67 the Old-Hittite kings , Hattusilis I (ca 1650 B.C.) and Mursilis I (ca 1600 B.C.) and that of.
Tanks, i.e. as a surprise strength opposed to a well-prepared, unbroken enemy line. (This is correct for all army wheeled cars within the historical close to East, aside from the scythed chariots of the later rst millennium B.C.). Two-man Asiatic and Egyptian chariots, sporting an archer, are used mainly as cellular firing systems and playa quick, flanking and pursuing position. The threeman chariots of the Hittites and their allies within the conflict of Kadesh, with spearmen, should have served mainly as.
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