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What I find intriguing is how small the horse is compared to the rider. Now today, with us being used to thoroughbred race horses, it looks tiny, but it's extremely accurate. Horses is ancient times were much smaller than those of today, and those used by warriors of the time were little more than ponies.

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Roman horses averaged about 1.4m , the local celtic horses were much shorter at around 1.1m. 

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5 hours ago, HighlandTiger said:

What I find intriguing is how small the horse is compared to the rider. Now today, with us being used to thoroughbred race horses, it looks tiny, but it's extremely accurate. Horses is ancient times were much smaller than those of today, and those used by warriors of the time were little more than ponies.

 

and the poor buggers had to carry riders with armour

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