Arrowheads

Some articles on arrowheads, arrowhead:

Viking Age Arms And Armour - Weapons - Bows and Arrows
... Arrowheads were typically made from iron and produced in various shapes and dimensions, according to place of origin ... Most arrowheads were fixed onto the arrow shaft by a shouldered tang that was fitted into the end of a shaft of wood ... and arrows Four 9th-10th century Viking arrowheads A late age Viking spear (Bergen Museum) ...
Myth Busters (2008 Season) - Episode 99 – "Viewer's Special 2" - Ancient Arrows
... of archeology wanted to know why there are so many arrowheads found, when cavemen could have easily used sharpened sticks ... There was no myth to test here the task was to find if arrowheads were overall more effective than sharpened sticks ... Adam and Jamie created sharpened sticks and arrowheads from scratch, noting that it took much longer to make the arrowheads ...
Bows And Arrows - Construction - Arrowheads
... arrow that is designed to hit the target is called the arrowhead ... Materials used in the past for arrowheads include flint, bone, horn, or metal ... Most modern arrowheads are made of steel, but wood and other traditional materials are still used occasionally ...
Ishi - Possibly Multi-ethnic
... UC Berkeley announced work based on a study of Ishi's arrowheads and those of the northern tribes ... He had found that arrowheads made by Ishi were not typical of those recovered from historical Yahi sites ... Because Ishi's production was more typical of arrowheads of the Nomlaki or Wintu tribes and markedly dissimilar to those of Yahi, Shackley suggested that Ishi may have ...
The Skeleton In Armor - Identity - Native American
... Besides the other brass arrowheads mentioned above, at least one identical breastplate has been found, and it is known that traders sold the Indians brass kettles from which they made arrowheads ... Arrowheads described as "precisely similar" were used by the Iroquois in the 17th century ...