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Chariot Gallery

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Choose from 250 pictures in our Chariot collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Boudicca with her two daughters Featured Print

Boudicca with her two daughters

Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni Tribe, addressing her troops from a small chariot before going into battle against the Romans. During this battle it became very clear that the Romans would win, so, instead of being captured by them, she took poison, with her daughters doing the same. Date: Circa 60 AD

© Mary Evans

Ancient, Army, Boadicea, Boudicca, Britain, British, Chariot, Daughters, Iceni, Queen, Rebellion, Rebels, Tribe, Warrior

Wellington Arch, Constitution Hill, London Featured Print

Wellington Arch, Constitution Hill, London

View of the Wellington Arch, Constitution Hill, London, a triumphal arch to the south of Hyde Park, designed by Decimus Burton and built between 1826 and 1830. An equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington was placed on top in the 1840s, but that was later moved and the present Quadriga put in its place in 1912. Date: 20th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Town & Country Planning

Roman Chariot Races at the British Empire Exhibition Featured Print

Roman Chariot Races at the British Empire Exhibition

The Great Circus at Wembley - The Thrilling Roman Chariot Races at Wembley Stadium. A new thrill for visitors to the British Empire Exhibition, based on the races in the famous Circus Maximus in Rome at the time of the emperor. The races, organised by Messrs Ginnett and Robertson, comprised 400-500 performers taking part in each of two daily performances of this mammoth circus in the stadium. Depicted by Fortunino Matania, special artist for The Sphere who drew many historical reconstructions (even though this is a contemporary illustration of an actual historical reconstruction!). Date: 1925

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans