Did the ancient Aztecs travel by foot?
That is correct, the ancient Aztecs traveled by foot.
Ancient Greeks used to travel on foot because they were whell trained but if the distances where too long they used horses. The ancient Greeks used to travel on foot because they were well trained.They used to travel very long distances for example 500 km so they had some places or sth like hotels to rest.But going on foot such a long trip was exausting so sometimes they used horses or even took them why…
Women in ancient Greece were not expected to ever travel unaccompanied by either husband, father or a close male relative. If they had to travel a long distance, they could travel by ship. If they belonged to the lower classes: on foot. Rich women who had to travel over land often were carried in a litter.
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