Mongol, 13th-14th century. Huge flesh cutting example for firing from horseback by the massive composite bows. Professionally conserved. See Nicolle fig.769. While evidently, no shafts have survived, the weight of the point requires a shaft of exceptional weight for stable flight. The Mongols conquered the Eurasian Steppes and invaded Japan in 1281. 4 1/8" length.

Item ID: FNS1485c

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