Horse Breeding in the Medieval World

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Four Courts Press, 1997 - History - 332 pages
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Examines horse breeding around the world during the period. Looks at methods and techniques in sedentary and mobile economies, concentrating mainly on the Middle Ages, but the ideas of classical authors are assembled fully for comparison with those of medieval Arab and non-Arab authors. A conclusion

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