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" The horses were yoked to the carriage by means of a curved cross-bar, passing over their necks, and were directed by bridles and reins, which were sometimes of embroidered silk, with gold bits. 7. Besides mules and horses, many other animals were occasionally... "
Peter Parley's Common School History: Ilustrated by Engravings - Page 151
by Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1850 - 309 pages
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the romans

History - 1821 - 347 pages
...far as we may judge from representations on ancient sculpture and medals, they were cumbrously heavy. The horses were yoked to the carriage by means of a curved cross-bar, fastened to the pole, and passing over their necks; and were guided, as at present, by bridles and...
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the Romans

Romans - 1821
...far as we may judge from representations on ancient sculpture and medals, they were cumbrously heavy. The horses were yoked to the carriage by means of a curved cross-bar, fastened to the pole, and passing over their necks; and were guided, as at present, by bridles and...
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Sketches of the domestic manners, and institutions, of the Romans

Rome - 1823 - 272 pages
...far as we may judge from representations on ancient sculpture and medals, they were cumbrously heavy. The horses were yoked to the carriage by means of a curved cross-bar, fastened to the pole, and passing over their necks; and were guided, as at present, by bridles and...
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Peter Parley's Tales about Ancient Rome: With Some Account of Modern Italy

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Italy - 1833 - 208 pages
...mules, and of carriages on two and four wheels, painted of various colors, and highly ornamented. 9. The horses were yoked to the carriage, by means of...were sometimes of embroidered silk with gold bits. Besides mules and horses, many other animals were occasionally used in carriages, such as dogs, goats...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1837
...drawn by mules, and carriages on two or four wheels, painted of various colours, and highly ornamented; the horses were yoked to the carriage by means of...were sometimes of embroidered silk, with gold bits. Besides mules and horses, many other animals were occasionally used in carriages, such as dogs, goats,...
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Tales about Rome and modern Italy

Old Humphrey - Italy - 1839 - 356 pages
...which were sometimes of embroidered silk, with gold bits. Besides mules and horses, MODE OF VOKLNG HORSES. many other animals were occasionally used...for a whimsical amusement, and not for real service. they lived chiefly on milk and vegetables, with a coarse kind of pudding, made of flour and water....
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1860
...also close litters, drawn by mules, and carriages on two and four wheels, painted of various colours, and highly ornamented. 6. The horses were yoked to...for a whimsical amusement, and not for real service. 8. When the Romans were poor and simple, they lived chiefly on milk and vegetables, with a coarse kind...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1862
...also close litters drawn by mules, and carriages on two and four wheels, painted of various colours, and highly ornamented. 6. The horses were yoked to...course, was merely for a whimsical amusement, and not fur real service. 9. As they found in Greece models of the fine arts, so Asia furnished them with new...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1867
...also close litters drawn by mules, and carriages on two and four wheels, painted of various ' colours, and highly ornamented. 6. The horses were yoked to...course, was merely for a whimsical amusement, and not fur real service. 8. When the Bomans were poor and simple, they lived chiefly on milk and vegetables,...
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Parley's Common School History of the World: A Pictorial History of the ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - World history - 1870 - 360 pages
...carriages in use among the Romans, we have no very precise description. Some consisted of open and some of covered chairs and couches, borne on poles by slaves...were sometimes of embroidered silk with gold bits. 7. Beside mules and horses, many other animals were occasionally -used in carriages, such as dogs, goats,...
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