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N euestrian study of unparalleled importance 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 thus bringing about that exchange of ideas and inventions which is a fundamental reuisite of human progress Thanks to the work of these two euestrian academic pioneers the result of their research in the fields of history ethnology archaeology and the study of the horse is once again available in a readable work which explains how horses played a central role in man's cultural social and economic development.
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Eyond the reach of most Western European researchers used a vast array of little known historical information to create a coherent comprehensive and authoritative picture of the relationship between mounted cultures from the earliest times to the late twentieth century The translator Anthony Dent was rightly considered to be one of England's finest euestrian scholars This very well known writer on horses supplemented the amply illustrated text with his own interpolations marked as such in those passages which have a special bearing on Britain and North America Together Jankovich and Dent created a.
Summary They rode into Europe; The fruitful exchange in the arts of horsemanship between East and West
While the average history book is full of dates and events or battles and inventions such books are generally penned by pedestrians who lack the euestrian insight necessary to accurately comprehend study and comment on the impact Central Asian mounted culture had on the development of European society Yet this remarkable book combines the academic excellence of two of the 20th century's leading euestrian experts The result is the astonishing They Rode Into Europe It was written by the famed Hungarian horseman and author Miklos Jankovich The author who had access to records in the Magyar language b.