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War chariots

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Roman chariot

War chariots were found in Europe and the Middle East. The Romans described chariot as currus falcatus. The war chariot was equipped with scythes called falces, placed on both sides of the wheel axle and at the drawbar. It should be noted that the Roman army basically did not use chariots for military purposes, at most as a parade or means of transport for couriers.

Currus falcatus listed above is mentioned by Roman historians as a type of weapon not so much used, but rather seen by legions on battlefields.

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