Gold model chariot: has no wheels, and contains a driver and a now-headless seated figure. The vehicle has a long body with a central box-divider and seat, and added wire stiffening for the top edge of the sides forming two open loop handgrips at the rear of the box. The axle is formed by gold wire and is placed at the rear edge of the box. There are two draught-poles made of flat gold strip. There are two two-horse yokes, each originally fitted with two terret rings for reins (only one of which survives).

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