Türk okçuluğu

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Atatürk Kültür Merkezi Başkanlığı, 1999 - Archers - 446 pages
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Evolving from centuries old Turkish cavalry based military experience, Ottoman bows and arrows had been made with the minimal size and weight possible to provide a perfect manoeuvering capability to the warrior on the horse. Yet these slim, light, beautifully ornate tools were armor punching real weapons of the Hell, as well as outstanding samples of Ottoman craftsmanship. Given that many non-genuine items are sold today under the label "Turkish", a serious reference should be at hand to distinguish really authentic Ottoman archery items from those of other eastern countries. This book is the most up-to-date work currently available on the subject, with detailed technical descriptions of production processes, indexes, glossaries, timelines, drawings etc.

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I YENİÇAĞA KADAR TÜRK OKÇULUĞU
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II YENİÇAĞDA TÜRK OKÇULUĞU
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