The Mycenaean warriors used the chariots, as the Egyptians and Hittites. These chariots are very similar to Egyptians, lightweight and maneuverable, with a shot of two horses and a charioteer and warrior. The chariots were very effective at that time on a field of battle plain and clear
and decided the outcome of many battles for almost seven centuries.
As the improved breeds of horses in captivity, making them bigger and stronger,
chariots gave way to the cavalry. They had two basic tactical uses:
1-like mobile weapons platforms, carrying an archer or javelin thrower
2-infantry units to disband by charges.