WoodlandsTV logo
Woods for sale for conservation and enjoyment

You are here: Home > WoodlandsTV > Uncategorised > Stone Age bows and woodland archaeology

Print this page

Stone Age bows and woodland archaeology ~ by WoodlandsTV

By woodlandstv

Slow connection? Watch in lower quality

Remains of bows found from the Stone Age suggest our ancestors were taller and stronger than we think - with Allan Course.

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 22 November, 2010

Comments are closed for this post.

12 comments so far

cooper68ns
November 22, 2010

great talk,very enjoyable.thanks.

Andrew Arndts
November 22, 2010

Argh, I wish you could go more in depth. there is a lot of time spent on the "War Bow" and very little on this subject.

JOE GARZA
November 22, 2010

Great info on the bow and it's user very informative. Cheers from south Texas.

hungryjack
November 22, 2010

He has to be your long lost ancestor. 🙂

Falun
November 26, 2010

Really nice bow and arrow, what is it made from?

Andrew Arndts
April 4, 2011

@5tonyvvvv
I know of only one guy personally that knows the how to… Gary Davis. Yet there is a Vid that Mike Loades did that goes into the making but only the Modern methods are demonstrated. Archery its History and its Forms. is the name of it.

Daniel Woods
December 8, 2011

what aload of shit

Daniel Woods
January 19, 2012

coz i cud make a better bow out of lego

J R's Place
June 28, 2015

Wow, what a bunch of silly comments!! The string is loose, because the bow ISN'T STRUNG!!! And it does look like a well made bow. Guessing the wood type from the video is tough, but my guess would be elm.

Alexander
October 8, 2016

Im not so sure you can infer the height of the archer by the length of a bow from 5000 years ago. That would only be fair if we know that they understood bows like we do. They may have simply thought the bigger the better.

Leave a comment

You could have a woodland of your own

Why? Where? How?

Subscribe to WoodlandsTV email updates

We'll email you when we publish a new video

Tags

Managing Your Woodland for Wildlife

A new book on encouraging biodiversity in your woodland. Available free here »

© 2020 Woodland Investment Management Ltd | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Contact us | Blog powered by WordPress