(1) A single-screen version of the multivision program made for the exhibition "Riding Through Time,” in 2018 for the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, about the art of horse riding from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. (2) The cult of death occurs in all civilizations, manifested in funeral rituals. Around the 16th century, a new funerary practice emerged, half religious and half pagan, called “salt plates and bowls.” Archaeological excavations at the church of San Pantaleón in Quintanalara, Spain, immerse us in this ritual, so unusual in its origin and meanings.

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Web links:

Equestrianism (Wikipedia)

A History of Horseback Riding (Top Horse Back Riding)

History of Spain (Wikipedia)

Spanish Customs (don Quixote)

The Tradition of the Spanish Funeral (Seven Ponds)