28 Dec 1994 14:25:27 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, VINCENT@TRIUMF.CA (Pete Vincent) says:
>In <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>` Actually, although the earliest evidence for the domestication of the
>` horse consists of bridles from sites in Siberia, circa 6500 BC, there
>` is considerable evidence, tooth wear, various bone lesions, that suggests
>` the horse was domesticated from at least four places independently.
>You keep mentioning this siberian evidence. I've never heard of it.
>Siberia is not exactly a useful place for horses, being all bogs
>and conifer forest. The earliest evidence of which I'm aware is
>from the steppes of the ukraine, which makes much more sense.
>What's your reference for this siberian material?
See the above response to Kathleen Hunt
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