In Aristotelian physics there is the concept of natural motion (when there are no forces, just gravity), differing from so-called violent (enforced) motion. From my cursory knowledge of general relativity there seems to be an obvious similarity to how motion under gravity is conceptualized there, i.e. not as a result of a gravitational force acting but as a body moving along the spacetime curvature – "naturally".
But how should we interpret this? Aristotle wrote a lot, and so it seems not surprising that he may have gotten lucky, saying something modern science would finally support. Do we have evidence that he had certain correct insights to believe that gravity is different from the other "forces"? Or was it just luck?