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The invention of the horseshoe, which was not a Roman invention, but rather adopted, allowed the Roman empire to expand itself to the furthest reaches with the rockiest terrain imaginable, in both the east of China and the west of Britain. In the early days of the railway, it was believed that traveling at high speeds was unhealthy, and would cause any person doing so to explode or fall apart. Horses were 1st used for food, as they were widespread across Asia and Europe, and therefore abundant i...


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