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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Long Riders' Guild Press, The
Jankovich, Miklos, Dent, Anthony
The history of the world was shaped to a large extent by men on horseback who, because of the animals under them, were able to travel great distances at great speed. This fascinating book is the result of years of research in the fields of history, ethnology, archaeology and the study of the horse. The author had access to records in the Magyar language (Hungarian) which were beyond the reach of most Western European researches. A must-read for all who want to learn more about the early days of horsemanship.Jankovich, Miklos is the author of 'They Rode into Europe - the Fruitful Exchange in the Arts of Horsemanship between East and West', published 2007 under ISBN 9781590482599 and ISBN 159048259X.
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