Eneolithic Human-Horse Interactions in Central Eurasia with Arun Daniel

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In today’s episode, Jackson speaks to historian Arun Daniel about his paper ‘Redefining Eneolithic Human-Horse Interactions in Central Eurasia’. This was a fascinating episode where Arun walked us through the reason for the domestication of the horse in the Eurasian region, the methods and history of taming and domesticating, and the importance of archaeology and science with these types of historical studies.

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