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In sixth-century Constantinople—the ancestor of the city now known as Istanbul—tensions reached a breaking point between the Blues and Greens, political factions that took their names from colors worn by charioteers.
This makes sense, since wagon drivers held their whips in their right hands, like charioteers, which causes the whip to cross diagonally to the left, make oncoming drivers less likely to get struck.
Topics include the art of forgery, curses against horses and charioteers in ancient Rome, and Trump and Putin's battles with the media.
As their name implies, the Aurigids appear to radiate from the constellation Auriga, the charioteer, which rises after local midnight this time of year.
Bob Schneeveis built this robot charioteer — with a grinning George W. Bush mask on its bobbling head — to test out the efficiency of legs versus wheels.
Early on, due to the association with chariots used only for fighting, yoga also meant warlike, and people believed a charioteer killed in battle was taken up to the heavens in a divine yoga.
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