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PostPosted: Tue 13 Mar, 2018 9:28 am    Post subject: so what info do we have on iron age British arrows and bows?         Reply with quote

so a person i know is vaguely interested in historical archery and also is highly fascinated by boudiccas rebellion

the issue with finding arrowheads and bows that are suitable is that currently, niether of us have the faintest clue how any of their gear looked, and im not one to just ASSUME that celtic ggear was close to roman and greek stuff.

so do we have much in the way of finds for either bows or arrowheads, i would presume that bows are probably D section bows like the iceman bow and the later english longbow.

its the arrowheads that are tricking me.
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