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Artisan offers valet parking for even the humblest chariot from its own dedicated entrance at the rear of the hotel.
Celebrations began Thursday with a gun salute and a reception at the Sultan's grand palace, ending with a procession led by a golden chariot carrying the Sultan and his wife through Bandar Seri Begawan.
The Hittites, a culture that ruled much of present-day Turkey and Syria during Biblical times, might be best known for waging war on the Israelites and Egyptians and for their skill handling war chariots.
He's hoisted into a chariot before the start of the grand procession, a festive parade that took him throughout the fair for all to celebrate.
The Slater Memorial Park Looff Carousel, in Pawtucket, R.I., offers riders their choice from a revolving menagerie of 44 steeds, 3 dogs, 2 chariots, 1 giraffe, 1 camel and 1 lion.
The chariot, carried by 50 people, was accompanied by marching bands and a military parade.
These included 21 young women; bronze weapons, elaborate bronze vessels and fittings for chariots; and most famously, an enormous set of bronze bells arranged into a single musical instrument that likely required five people to play.
Photographer: Taylor Weidman Artisans work on a gold chariot for the funeral procession.
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