Positions at the start of the game.
The first turn: the Egyptian chariots move out to the flanks, while I move mine to the right.
One of my chariot groups from the left division attacked the infantry in the center and lost. However, a group from the right division has driven back the Egyptians' leftmost infantry unit and has pursued into their second line. The Nubian skirmishers have made mincemeat of my own light infantry archers on my left, while my other light infantry on the left are moving up to deal with the Egyptian chariots coming in.
Several melees begin: on the hill to the left, my light troops against the Egyptian chariots. In the center, my chariots against his infantry. On the right, a big chariot fracas.
The situation after the resolution of the first round of melees. On the left, my light infantry have successfully driven off one chariot group but now have to deal with the other. In the center, the left-hand chariots have broken a group of Egyptian-allied infantry and pursued on to the next. (Note the casualty markers behind them--those chariots are one casualty away from breaking... and remained so for the rest of the game.) Going down the line, my next unit of chariots has driven back another stand of Egyptian infantry--and some ill-timed maneuvering has given them the opportunity to pounce on the flank of another. And on the far right, each side loses a stand of chariots but the melee continues for another turn.