One of the most enduring weapons of war, the bow has a history stretching back over millennia. Complete with detailed descriptions of how the bows were made, a survey of what they were like to shoot and a critical analysis of the tactics associated with their use, a weapons expert reveals the full story of four iconic weapons that dominated the warfare of their day. Well illustrated in color.
Publishing status: Current
Size: 9½x11¼ inches
Item #: 2889331
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