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Some like the Wainriders and the Balchoth had large chariots, wagons and wains which they used to run their foes down, as well as live in and used to fortify their camps.<ref name=cirion/> During the Battle of the [[Pelennor Fields]], Easterlings were bearded and used axes.<ref>{{RK|V6}}</ref>
 
Some like the Wainriders and the Balchoth had large chariots, wagons and wains which they used to run their foes down, as well as live in and used to fortify their camps.<ref name=cirion/> During the Battle of the [[Pelennor Fields]], Easterlings were bearded and used axes.<ref>{{RK|V6}}</ref>
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==Inspiration==
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The Easterlings of the Third Age appear to correspond to the Oriental people of Eastern and Central Asia, the same way that the Men of the West represent the Europeans, and the Men of Harad represent the people of Africa and the Middle East.
  
 
==See also==
 
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