New discovery: did the chinese lady, polo on donkey?

Dressed in her finest sportswear red chinese noblewoman Cui Shi may around on his ass with a club in hand and played polo for over 1,000 years ago. According

New discovery: did the chinese lady, polo on donkey?

Dressed in her finest sportswear red chinese noblewoman Cui Shi may around on his ass with a club in hand and played polo for over 1,000 years ago. According

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
20 mart 2020 Friday 02:00
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New discovery: did the chinese lady, polo on donkey?

Dressed in her finest sportswear red chinese noblewoman Cui Shi may around on his ass with a club in hand and played polo for over 1,000 years ago.

According to Gizmodo, the chinese archaeologists in each case found three æselskeletter buried along with the 59-year-old noblewoman who lived during the chinese.

It writes Gizmodo according to the Science.dk.

Texts from the chinese Tang Dynasty (618 to 907), describes how the donkeys were used to play a kind of past-polo. But it is according to the researchers the first time, you have archaeological evidence for the events, writes Gizmodo.

the Polo was prestigious, and dangerous, and was traditionally played on horseback. Since the sport came to China, was also asses - as traditionally was the pack - in use. the

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- Æselpolo, where to use small and more stable asses rather than horses, was an alternative favorite sport for the elite women and older members, as well as the less wealthy, writes the study's authors, according to Gizmodo.

According to old chinese writings was Cui shi's husband ferm to polo on horseback, and lost supposedly an eye during a battle.

Whether adelsdamen itself has played polo, and asses, with the guarantee has been used for the past-polo, is difficult to say with absolute certainty. It would require similar archaeological finds to confirm, writes Gizmodo.

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Updated: 20.03.2020 02:00
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