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Ancient Costumes (B.C. - 900 +/- A.D.)



Ancient Costumes (B.C. - 900 +/- A.D.):



These were the first equestrians: the Assyrians, Celts, Egyptians, Romans, Scythians, and others who used equines for hunting and warfare. Horses, mules or donkeys are allowed.






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Photo Credit:

Smedley
Info: Bay Brithish Fell Pony gelding
Mold: North Light Marshcroft Pirate King
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comments: HISTORICAL COSTUME: Neolithic Celt, British Islands, c.500 B.C.; Props, doll, tack, photo by K. Jacobs.

Photo Credit:

Phantom Smoke II
Grey Dutch WB gelding
Mold: Ltd. Ed. ceramic casting by J. Brent-Starr
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: HISTORICAL COSTUME: 7th Century Scythian Funeral Costume, Ukraine; Props, tack, doll by Kimberley Jacobs.


Photo Credit:

Assyrian
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comments: HISTORICAL COSTUME: Mounted Assyrian Archer; Props, doll, tack, photo by K. Jacobs.

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