The carousel, which means 'little battle' in Spanish, originated in the Byzantine empire around 500 AD, with riders on real animals as a combat preparation device.
Carousel rides with crafted animals date back to the 1600's in the Ottoman Empire, and in the 1860's were popularized in America by Gustav Dentzel.
A carousel roundabout (British English), or merry-go-round, is an amusement
ride consisting of ... The first steam-powered mechanical roundabout, invented by
Thomas Bradshaw, appeared at the Aylsham...
Aug 6, 2010 ... Everyone has ridden a merry-go-round, but how many of us really know the
history behind this carnival mainstay? Surely this source of ...
Mar 22, 2010 ... The merry-go-round is the oldest amusement ride that still exists today and was
originally created during the Middle Ages as a device for ...
Merry-go-round definition, Also called carousel, carrousel. (in amusement parks
... People invent new words all the time, but which ones actually make it?
The Merry-Go-Round. ... A practice machine was created to help young knights
prepare for this competition - a series of legless wooden horses attached to a ...
No one can really say how invented the Merry Go Round or the Carousel. The
earliest carousel is known from a Byzantine Empire bas-relief dating to.
Dec 27, 2016 ... merry-go-round. Whoever invented the merry-go-round must have been a cruel
jokester. A lot of people have gotten on and off, some too ...
Sept.. '17, 1946. D. A. McDONALD 2,407,843. MERRY-GO-ROUND FOR
PLAYGROUNDS AND THE LIKE Filed April 25, 1945 s Shegts-Sheet "1 Inventor
Oct 10, 2008 ... An inventor has brought a whole new meaning to the term going for a spin by
creating a bicycle merry-go-round.