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"Straight from the Horse's Mouth: Hopkins, Hidalgo, and Hollywood," by Elizabeth Roetman.  This paper is a brief discussion involving the author's original research, and is adapted from her Thesis presented to the Faculty of The Graduate College at the University of Nebraska in partial fulfillment of requirements for her degree of Master of Arts in Anthropology. 

Chariots discovered in Bulgaria reveal Ancient SecretsThrilling discoveries in Bulgaria have disclosed two well-preserved chariots, as well as clues about the horses that drew them into battle. The noted Bulgarian archaeologist, Veselin Ignatov, first shared news of his findings with The Guild’s friends at Archaeology magazine. That well-written article led to The Guild making direct contact with Professor Ignatov, who in turn asked the LRGAF to broadcast news regarding his country’s urgent need to protect these priceless equestrian treasures from looters.

Gill Suttle writes about a fascinating Travellers' Conference at University of KentKent University’s new Centre for Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century enjoyed a twenty-first century baptism over the 25th - 26th May 2007, when more than sixty people from all walks of life assembled to celebrate their varying interests in the Middle East and Arab Horses.

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