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comment Were there bows employed by tribes living in the desert, and if so, what were they made of?
No worries mate, just thought I'd point you in the right direction.
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accepted What are the origins of Satanism as a religion?
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comment Were there bows employed by tribes living in the desert, and if so, what were they made of?
even allowing for the fact that the tribe is living in a desert there must be some wood to be had, also, I don't see why they would actually need any at all, they could use metal to make the "bridge" of the bow(the bit you hold that bonds the two horns together in the middle) as that doesn't necessarily need to be flexible, all the power comes form the arms
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comment Were there bows employed by tribes living in the desert, and if so, what were they made of?
Bone is generally too brittle
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answered Were there bows employed by tribes living in the desert, and if so, what were they made of?
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asked What are the origins of Satanism as a religion?