The May/June 2019 issue of Archeology magazine (https://www.archaeology.org/issues/336-1905) has an article about Moche Badminton, and Chris Henry of Paleoarts is mentioned. When Chris Henry saw Moche depictions of the shuttlecock and crosspieces used in the ancient game, he says, ‘I immediately know what was going on, and I thought, “Oh, yeah. I can make those.”‘ … Read More “Moche Badminton” »
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Atlatl Weights in Montana WAA Annual Meeting Highlights ISAC Scores Geographic Distribution of Members The Atlatl and the Family Point Guards/Foam Tips Summary of World Atlatl Day Meadowcroft and Flint Ridge Photos 2018 Candidate Statements and Election Ballot 2018 Annual Meeting Information The Throwing Arrow Indoor Shoots In Memory of Troy Helmick Events: Wintercount 2018 … Read More “The Atlatl Newsletter 2018” »
Tapuya Indian Warriors in Dutch Colonial Brazil by Dr. Harald E. L. Prins Kansas State University 24 May 2010 in The Atlatl (Vol. 23, Number 2) Perhaps the most fascinating but, oddly enough, little noticed ethnographic detail on two large 17th-century paintings depicting Amazonian Indian warriors is the wooden spear-thrower or throwing-board, now often known … Read More “The Atlatl as Combat Weapon in 17th -Century Amazonia” »
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