A horse’s legs on a statue tell you how the warrior figure died

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A horse with both legs in the air is thought to signify a combat rider who perished on the battlefield.

Some argue that a horse statue with one leg lifted represents a rider who was hurt but did not die in combat.

If horse has both its front legs on ground then the person died of natural cause.

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