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Legg innav MalaWolf » 29 okt 2015, 10:55

New insights on the wooden weapons from the Paleolithic site of Schöningen

Verdens eldste trevåpen, 300.000 år gamle spyd og lanser - nye analyser og ny innsikt.

The finds are considered evidence that early humans were active hunters with specialized tool kits as early as 300,000 or more years ago. In a recent study, a team of scientists from Germany and Switzerland document results of an ongoing analysis of the nine spears, one lance, a double pointed stick, and a burnt stick dating to the Holsteinian, c. 300 kyr. Macroscopic and microscopic analyses, as well as studies of thin sections, have now contributed to a better understanding of the manufacture of the wooden weapons.

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Legg innav MalaWolf » 30 okt 2015, 00:26

Synes det er kool med 9000år gamle buer, men deler av en hel 10.000 gammel leir er ganske kool det også(feks skjelettet av en kano)
A 10,000-Year-Old Site Yields Trove of Data in Florida
http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/vertpaleo/aucilla/arpp51.htm

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Legg innav MalaWolf » 30 okt 2015, 09:56

The most complete ancient crossbow unearthed with terracotta army

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A view of a complete crossbow relic found during the third excavation of the number one pit of the Qin terracotta warriors and horses in Xi'an, Northwest China's Shaanxi province. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Tianzhu)

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Legg innav MalaWolf » 30 okt 2015, 10:03

Bone bow and arrow wrist guard and pottery found with Bronze Age body in Drumnadrochit, Scotland

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DRUMNADROCHIT'S earliest-known resident, who lived around 4500 years ago, wore a stone guard on his wrist when using a bow and arrow and favoured geometric designs on his kitchenware.

Following the discovery last month of an early Bronze Age burial cist in the village, archaeologists have found shards of pottery and a wrist guard on the same site.

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Legg innav MalaWolf » 13 mar 2016, 17:57

http://www2.cnrs.fr/en/2725.htm

An exceptional collection of bronze weapons dating from the Iron Age II (900-600 BC) has been uncovered near Adam, in the Sultanate of Oman. The remains were discovered scattered on the ground in a building belonging to what is thought to be a religious complex, during excavations carried out by the French archaeological mission in central Oman. In particular, they include two complete quivers and weapons made of metal, including two bows, objects that are for the most part non-functional and hitherto unknown in the Arabian Peninsula.


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