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- 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.
- Chariotee Clipart. Clipart ETC.
- The Casanova Tour - by Pablo Günther - The English Coupé or Post Chariot - Casanova Magazine. Archived February 4, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. Giacomo Casanova - Reisewagen im 18. Jahrhundert (Travelling Carriages in the 18th century).
- 98/43/1 Coach, horsedrawn, travelling chariot, coupe, timber/metal, used by Alexander Berry in Sydney, made by Thrupp, London, England, c.1850 - Powerhouse Museum Collection. Powerhouse Museum | Science + Design | Sydney Australia.
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