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The author of this paper gives new interpretations of two Greek equestrian termini, pedē and gnōmones , based on the relevant passages of Xenophon’s Peri hippikēs and arguments taken from modern hippological practice. Contrary to prevailing opinions, pedē must mean riding figures in general, and gnōmōn refers to the disappearance of the cup from permanent teeth.

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horsemanship: historical and archaeological background Horses were an important aspect of life in the Avar Empire both from a practical and from a symbolic point of view. The phenomenon of human-horse burials and other rituals involving horses and

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