specimens from Bluefish have been radiocarbon-dated from 22 680 B.P.
Respiratory and neurological disease in rabbits experimentally infected with equid
are among the most common fossils recovered.
This requires an analysis of the relevant archaeological and textual materials from the ancient Near East as well as a fresh look at the biblical passages that may (or may not) depict donkeys in a similar manner." This leads first to a review of "History of Scholarship" (1.2), which is subdivided into a quick review of the Mari texts (1.2.1) and equid
burials (1.2.2) from Tell el-Ajjul, Lachish, Jericho, etc.
Late Cenozoic equids
from the Anza-Borrego Desert of California.
The codes include recommendations for the prevention and control of contagious equine metritis (CEM), equine viral arteritis (EVA), equid
herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1), as well as guidelines on the respiratory disease strangles, which can affect studs during the season.
The studied area is palaeontologically relevant and particularly abundant in equid
Moorey has recently discussed the implications of these model wagons with tilts and also published an equid
figurine with a covered litter on its back ("Clay Models and Overland Mobility in Syria.
In Moehlman,P.D.(Ed.),Equids:Zebras,Asses,and Horses:StatusSurvey and Conservation Action Plan.IUCN/SCC Equid
Specialist Group, IUCN; Cambridge.
She added: "Equid
social relationships are long-lasting and, in some cases, lifelong."
Regarding the idiom para lagan har(k)- "keep (ears) turned toward," Puhvel's insistence that "Rather than 'perk, prick, cock', the metaphor resembles 'keep your ear to the ground,'" the presence of para shows rather that the position of the cocked ears of dog or equid
, which incline forward (para), is what underlies the expression (see already CHD).
Risk factors, including equid
species (horse, mule, pony), gender, age (<5 years; 5-14 years; >14 years), activity (reproduction; work; sport) were investigated to determine a possible relationship with the presence of anti-Leishmania spp.