Judyta Aleksandra Szacillo wrote:
> ... that the chariots appear here and there in the early
> hagiographical sources, and mostly in the context of miracles like:
> - driving a chariot that lost a wheel/axle (St Brigit, Vita Prima,
> mid-seventh or late eighth century; St Áed, Latin Life from Cod.
> Salmanticensis, eighth century)
> - miraculous transportation of a chariot above bogs/woods/hills (St
> Áed, Latin Life from Cod. Salmanticensis, eighth century; St
> Carthach, much later: Latin Life, probably eleventh or twelfth
And not to forget Cú Chulainn's "siaburcharpat" or "phantom chariot",
in which the deceased hero, magically rousted from his grave by St.
Patrick, visits King Loegaire, to persuade him to accept the teachings