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Record #146874:

Samiska bågen rekonstruerad / Ragnar Insulander.

Title: Samiska bågen rekonstruerad / Ragnar Insulander.
Translated title: Saami bow reconstructed.
Author(s): Insulander, Ragnar.
Date: 1998.
Language: Swedish.
In: Samefolket. (1998.), Vol. 79(8) (1998)
Abstract: In Historic Museum is one of Sweden's two preserved Saami bows, Vibby bow, found in Vibby bog in Överluleå parish in 1955. Bows were still in use in 18th Cent. They were stronger than Norse bows. Vibby bow is 126 cm long, about thousand years old. Reconstruction used Finno-Ugrian bows as guidance. Traditional material was "bullwood" (tjurved), specially hard piece from underside of leaning fir or birch during winter months, when wood was as dry as possible, hardened over fire.
Notes:

Samefolket. Vol. 79(8) :38-39 (1998).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
623.446 -- Weapons, primitive.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 146874

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