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Suppiluliuma
AoEH Seraph
posted 04-21-19 02:06 PM ET (US)         
Horses were domesticated around 4000 BC for use as work animals.
Apparently horses were first domesticated for their meat, however so far I have found no evidence that this was the main reason for their domestication. Horses were of course eaten during the stone age, but I am not sure extrapolating this to the late tool/early bronze ages would be possible.
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Fisk
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posted 04-27-19 03:49 PM ET (US)     1 / 3       
It seems evident that any larger animal domesticated during the Stone Age would serve as food in addition to any other uses, but do you have any sources stating that they were originally kept for food exclusively? Of course as horses were also domesticated independently in several locations finding a clear answer to such a question might not be possible.

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PhatFish
Mr. Beta
posted 05-05-19 09:55 AM ET (US)     2 / 3       
JUST COPIED THAT FROM THE OLD AOEH SO ITS TRUE YA.



Suppiluliuma
AoEH Seraph
posted 05-12-19 02:57 PM ET (US)     3 / 3       
No, the only source I got is the pre domestication evidence in caves and suck. Bones with marks of cutting and cooking.

Horse meat is healthier than beef.
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