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This article is about Dr. Emmett Brown's horse in 1885. You may be looking for the 16th/17th century Italian polymath or Doc's dog in 1972.
Archimedes and Galileo

Galileo's stall marked with his name on a sign overhead (directly above Marty).

Galileo was one of three horses named by Dr. Emmett Brown in 1885, along with Archimedes and Newton.


Galileo was named after the 16th/17th century Italian polymath Galileo Galilei.

Archimedes and Galileo had stalls in Doc's blacksmith's workshop between the door and the large steam-powered refrigerator with their names written on signs above the entrances to their stalls.



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