An indirect allusion to chariotry may be inferred from the presence not only of a horse in relation to the sun, but from the presence of a griffin as well. Both were commonly thought to draw the chariot of the sun god in the Graeco-Roman world. For notes and reference, see J.Glen Taylor, Yahweh and the Sun: Biblical and Archaeological Evidence for Sun Worship in Ancient Israel, (JSOTSup 111; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993), pp. 34–36.