Characteristics of charioteers and infantrymen in ancient Egypt.

The military structure was well developed in ancient Egypt. The army was divided into infantry, riflemen and cavalry, the basis of which was chariots. So an ordinary infantryman of the Egyptian army armed himself with a bronze sword, combat sickle, knife, spear. He used a wide shield for defense. In addition, the body of a warrior could be protected by leather armor. The charioteers consisted of representatives of noble families. They armed themselves with a spear, a bow. There were two chariots in total in the chariot itself. One ruled, and the second hit opponents.

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