Analysis of 5,000-year-old human remains from Central Europe strongly indicates evidence of horseback riding, which better explains the central European humans’ known migration history.
Some 200 remains of bronze-aged humans, which belonged to what is called the Yamnaya people, were collected from museums across Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. They were analyzed for known markers of horseback riding, according to the Associated Press. Experts of the study say there are six clear identifiers of horseback riding which include unique wear marks on the hip sockets, thigh bone, and pelvis, the article said.
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