Piggott here expands on his lifelong study of the technological and social history of early land transport to look at vehicles and mounts as symbols of status and eminence. His survey covers every aspect of the subject in Europe and the East from the second millennium BC to the ceremonial carriages of English royalty in the nineteenth century.
Wagon, Chariot and Carriage: Symbol and Status in the History of Transport by Stuart Piggott
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