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RSS FeedsHumans domesticated horses: New tech could help archaeologists figure out where and when
(PHYSorg.com Archaeology & Fossils)

 
 

3 march 2020 16:05:06

 
Humans domesticated horses: New tech could help archaeologists figure out where and when
(PHYSorg.com Archaeology & Fossils)
 


In the increasingly urbanized world, few people still ride horses for reasons beyond sport or leisure. However, on horseback, people, goods and ideas moved across vast distances, shaping the power structures and social systems of the premechanized era. From the trade routes of the Silk Road or the great Mongol Empire to the equestrian nations of the American Great Plains, horses were the engines of the ancient world.


 
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