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Greeks and North Africans


The Arabian Art of Taming, P.R. Kincaid, 1856
The following excerpt was published in 1856 and serves as a guide for how to tame wild horses.

Kincaid, P.R. The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild & Vicious Horses. Cincinnati: n.p., 1856. Print.

In paragraph 1, which of the following statements can be reasonably inferred about the Greeks and the North Africans?


Both cultures prized speed over strength in their horses.


Both cultures paid great tribute to the horse.


Both cultures used very few accessories when riding a horse.


Both cultures relied on horses primarily for sport rather than for daily use.