High Heels: High heels were originally men’s shoes.
High heels came into circulation on the shoe circuit in roughly 10 BC. They were worn by men of the Persian Cavalry to help their boots stay in their stirrups when riding horses.
Ancient Egyptian butchers wore high heels to keep their free from blood
Egyptian who were rich used to walk in high-heels other poor people used to walk around barefooted. high-heels were made of leather which were held together with lacing in the shape of an ” Ankh” or the Egyptian hieroglyph for life. butchers also wear shoes to walk above the blood of the dead animals they slaughtered.