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Tu budem občas pridávať, podľa môjho výberu a podľa toho, koľko budem mať času, niektoré knihy a dokumenty, ktoré nejakým spôsobom súvisia s lukmi a šípmi a s ranivou balistikou striel (nie len šípov, ale aj moderných projektilov), a ktoré by mohli niekoho zaujímať, ak ich ešte nepozná (osobne nie so všetkým súhlasím, čo je v nich napísané - moje experimenty občas prinášajú úplne iné výsledky).Ak máte zaujímavé papiere, ktoré som tu (zatiaľ) nedal, hlavne o ranivej balistike šípov a o európskych šípových jedoch, dajte mi prosím vedieť.  Budem tu pridávať aj linky na zaujímavé videá, súvisiace s terminálnou balistikou šípov, oštepov a iných projektilov. Taktiež ma zaujíma improvizovaná ochrana pred projektilmi všetkého druhu, ale takisto aj metódy, ako preraziť hocakú balistickú ochranu čím primitívnejším spôsobom, aj týmto smerom sa uberám vo výskume, takže možno aj z tohto niečo pridám. Dokumenty o ranivej balistike projektilov a čepelí potom presuniem k článkom o ranivej balistike šípov.

Knihy:

Gifts from the Thunder Beings: Indigenous Archery and European Firearms in the Northern Plains and Central Subarctic, 1670-1870 (Roland Bohr, 2014) Link

The Lightning Stick: Arrows, Wounds, and Indian Legends (Henrietta H. Stockel, 1995) Link

Poison Arrows: North American Indian Hunting And Warfare (David E. Jones, 2007) Link

Native North American Armor, Shields, and Fortifications (David E. Jones, 2004) Link

Greek Fire, Poison Arrows and Scorpion Bombs: Biological and Chemical Warfare in the Ancient World (Adrienne Major, 2009) Link

Cкифские лучники (Черненко Е.В., 1981) Link

Projectile Technology (edited by Heidi Knecht, 1997) Link

Ancient and Modern Methods of Arrow-Release (Edward S. Morse, 1885) Link

Баллистика стрел по данным археологии (Коробейников А.В., Митюков Н.В., 2007) Link

Les Archers de César. Recherches historiques, archéologiques et paléométallurgiques sur les archers dans l’armée romaine et leur armement de César à Trajan TOME 1 (Renoux, 2010) Link

Les Archers de César. TOME 2 (Renoux, 2010) Link

Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Stone Age Weaponry Link

Bones and Muscles: An Illustrated Anatomy Link

Color Atlas and Textbook of Human Anatomy: Internal Organs Link

Ballistic Trauma. A Practical Guide Link

Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals Link

The Complete Guide to Hunting. Basic Techniques for Gun and Bow Hunters Link

Plant Toxins Link

Advanced Fibrous Composite Materials for Ballistic Protection Link

Military textiles Link

Terminal Ballistics (3. vydanie, 2020) Link

 

Papiere:

Arrow Wounds - veľmi zaujímavé čítanie o ranivej balistike šípov severoamerických indiánov, je to časť z knihy "A Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States from 1865 to 1871" (George A. Otis, 1871) Link

Arctic Bowyery - the Use of Compression Wood in the Subarctic and Arctic Regions of Eurasia and America (M. Lepola, 2015) Link

Chukchee Bow and Arrows (časť zo série kníh The Chukchee, W. Bogoras, 1904-1909) Link

Des poisons de flèches aux réactifs pharmacologique de pointe (Angenot, 1976) Link

How relevant is it to reproduce Mesolithic/Neolithic bow hunting? (Sunyol, 2013) Link

INTERPRETATIONS OF PREHISTORIC TECHNOLOGY FROM ANCIENT EGYPTIAN AND OTHER SOURCES: Part 1 : Ancient Egyptian Bows and Arrows and their Relevance for African Prehistory (Clark, Phillips, Staley, 1974) Link

The Eskimo Bow and the Asiatic Composite (Hamilton, 1970) Link

A Thousand Years of Lost Hunting Arrows: Wood Analysis of Ice Patch Remains in Northwestern Canada (Alix, Hare, Andrews, MacKay, 2012) Link

WOODEN ARTIFACTS FROM YALOMAN II MOUND 31, THE ALTAI* (Tishkin, Mylnikov, 2008) Link

The Bows and Arrows of the Lacandon Maya (Nations, Clark, 1983) Link

Historic Period Metal Projectile Points and Arrows, Alberta, Canada: A Theory for Aboriginal Arrow Design on the Great Plains (Pyszczyk, 1999) Link

EARLY IRON AGE DYUPSYA BURIAL, CENTRAL YAKUTIA (Stepanov, 2010) Link

Male symbols or warrior identities? The ‘archery burials’ of the Danish Bell Beaker Culture (Sarauw, 2007) Link

The Crossbow and the Bow in Modern Warfare (Credland, 2010) Link

Roman Arrowheads from Dinorben and the 'Sagittarii' of the Roman Army (Davies, 1977) Link

Firearms against Native Arms: A Study in Comparative Efficiencies with an Alaskan Example (Townsend, 1983) Link

Des Armes et des Hommes. L'archerie à la transition fin du Néolithique - Age du Bronze en Europe occidentale (Dias-Meirinho, 2011) Link

Стрелы древних и средневековых культур Евразии: реконструкция Link

Heridas por flecha durante la Prehistoria en la Península Ibérica Link

LAS FLECHAS EN EL ARTE LEVANTINO: APORTACIONES DESDE EL ANÁLISIS DE LOS PROYECTILES DEL REGISTRO ARQUEOLÓGICO DEL RIU DE LES COVES (ALT MAESTRAT, CASTELLÓ) Link

Violence in Neolithic Iberia: new readings of Levantine rock art Link

Puntas de flecha de la Edad del Bronce en la Península Ibérica. Producción, circulación y cronología Link

Flint arrowhead embedded in a human humerus from the Bronze Age site in the Tollense valley, Germany – A high-resolution micro-CT study to distinguish antemortem from perimortem projectile trauma to bone Link

An Exceptional Case of Healed Vertebral Wound with Trapped Bronze Arrowhead: Analysis of a 7th–6th c. BC Individual from Central Kazakhstan Link

Penetrating Arrow Injury – Causing the Death of an Early Medieval Woman from the Muzla-Cenkov Locality in Slovakia (9 th – 10 th Century CE) Link

Transcranial arrow injury: a case report Link

“William Tell” Injury: MDCT of an Arrow Through the Head Link

Penetrating Arrow Wound of the Chest - A Case Report Link

Successful removal of an impacted metallic arrowhead penetrating up to the brainstem Link

Penetrating Injury of Ascending Aorta With Arrow In Situ Link

An arrowhead found incidentally in the chest during workup for unrelated disease after 22-years of initial injury Link

Penetrating arrow injuries in Western India Link

Penetrating chest trauma by an arrow Link

An Arrow Penetrating the Globe and the Sinonasal Complex – A Case Report Link

An Arrow in the Nasal Cavity, Ethmoid and Nasopharynx Link

THE ROLE OF RADIOLOGIST IN PENETRATING ARROW INJURY OF CHEST AND UPPER ABDOMEN – REVIEW OF TWO CASES Link

An unusual case of a retained metallic arrowhead in the orbit and sphenoidal sinus Link

Arrow Injuries in Eastern Odisha; A Series of 13 Cases Link

Non-Fatal Arrow Injury- A Rare Case Report Link

Morphology of Modern Arrowhead Tips on Human Skin Analog Link

A comparison of penetration and damage caused by different types of arrowheads on loose and tight fit clothing Link

Lethal Air Embolism during Javelin Removal from Skull of a Young Boy Link

Severe thoracic impalement injury: Survival in a case with delayed surgical definitive care (ďalší príklad masívneho poranenia, ktoré sa dá prežiť. Teraz si to porovnajme s veľkosťou/hrúbkou/šírkou šípu. ...šípové jedy.) Link

A Case Of Spear Wound Of The Heart: Operation And Recovery Link

Fatal brain injury caused by the free-flying blade of a knife – case report and evaluation of the unusual weapon Link

Smrtelné poranění hlavy šípem vystřeleným z kuše s neobvykle zachovanou poúrazovou volní aktivitou – kazuistika Link

Injury potential of thrown sharp kitchen and household utensils Link

Stabbing energy and force required for pocket-knives to pierce ribs Link

Dynamics of stab wounds: force required for penetration of various cadaveric human tissues Link

How sharp is sharp? Towards quantification of the sharpness and penetration ability of kitchen knives used in stabbings Link

Forces Required for a Knife to Penetrate a Variety of Clothing Types Link

Use of a Pig Model to Demonstrate Vulnerability of Major Neck Vessels to Inflicted Trauma From Common Household Items Link

A biomechanical reconstruction of a wound caused by a glass shard — a case report Link

Flaked-stone projectile point serration: A controlled experimental study of blade margin design Link

Raw material impact strength and flaked stone projectile point performance Link

Penetrating injury to the chest by an attenuated energy projectile: a case report and literature review of thoracic injuries caused by "less-lethal" munitions Link

Wound ballistics: The prey specific implications of penetrating trauma injuries from osseous, flaked stone, and composite inset microblade projectiles during the Pleistocene/Holocene transition, Alaska U.S.A. Link

Getting to the point: An experimental approach to improving the identification of penetrating projectile trauma to bone caused by medieval arrows Link

Les arcs de Pineuilh (Gironde) Link

Experimental basis in lithic arrows usage and hafting at the end of the last glaciation in the French Alps Link

Design and performance of microlith implemented projectiles during the Middle and the Late Epipaleolithic of the Levant: experimental and archaeological evidence Link

Neolithic transverse arrowheads – a great misunderstanding Link

Warfare and big game hunting: flaked-stone projectile points along the middle Gila River in Arizona Link

OSSEOUS PROJECTILE POINTS FROM THE SWISS NEOLITHIC: TAPHONOMY, TYPOLOGY AND FUNCTION Link

HOW ATLATL DARTS BEHAVE: BEVELED POINTS AND THE RELEVANCE OF CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTS Link

Reconstructing projectile technology during the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B in the Levant: An integrated approach to large tanged points from Halula Link

Atlatl Dart Velocity: Accurate Measurements and Implications for Paleoindian and Archaic Archaeology Link (dobré priebojnostné dáta do prasaťa, kde dobre vidno, že aj pri pomerne malých rýchlostiach a energiách vyššie hmotnosti striel garantujú dostatočnú priebojnosť. Súhlasím s tým, že vrhač oštepov a podobné "urýchľovače" nemuseli vzniknúť ako snaha zvýšiť rýchlosť, energiu a priebojnosť oštepu, ale ako snaha menšou námahou dosiahnuť želaný cieľ. Pri mojich experimentoch s vrhacími šnúrami nad tým často premýšľam, no v minulosti sa pôvodná snaha mohla postupne meniť - napr. ten staroveký popis výzbroje Keltov od Strabóna "The equipment [of the Gauls] is in keeping with the size of their bodies; they have a long sword hanging at their right side, a long shield, and lances in proportion, together with a madaris somewhat resembling a javelin; some of them also use bows and slings; they have also a piece of wood resembling a pilum, which they hurl not out of a thong, but from their hand, and to a farther distance than an arrow. They principally make use of it in shooting birds". Pripomína to taktiež niekomu ten šport, hádzanie lieskových prútov obtočených šnúrou na vzdialenosti aj cez 300 m? Paralelne s výskumom lukov a šípov sa zaoberám aj výskumom oštepov, takže niekedy pridám článok, načo som všetko prišiel pri mojich experimentoch. Ale vŕta mi v hlave, či aj Kelti vtedy náhodou nepoznali nejakú formu vrhacej doštičky, sú indície, že predsa bola len asi v Európe známa a používaná, možno po stredovek)

ASSESSING HAFTING ADHESIVE EFFICIENCY IN THE EXPERIMENTAL SHOOTING OF PROJECTILE POINTS: A NEW DEVICE FOR INSTRUMENTED AND BALLISTIC EXPERIMENTS Link

BALLISTIC STUDY TACKLES KINETIC ENERGY VALUES OF PALAEOLITHIC WEAPONRY Link (konečne niečo zamerané priamo na kinetické energie projektilov a zbraní, aj keď, samozrejme, dá sa s niečim opäť nesúhlasiť)

OPEN WARFARE OR THE ODD SKIRMISH? BELL BEAKER VIOLENCE IN THE NORTH-EASTERN IBERIAN PENINSULA Link

Use-wear and ballistic analysis of arrowheads from the burial ground of Nitra culture in Holešov–Zdražilovska, Moravia Link

Southern African arrow poison recipes, their ingredients and implications for Stone Age archaeology Link

Tip cross‑sectional geometry predicts the penetration depth of stone‑tipped projectiles Link

The non-invention of the ceramic arrowhead in world archaeology Link

Miniaturization optimized weapon killing power during the social stress of late pre-contact North America (AD 600-1600) Link

THE CRETAN SLINGER AT WAR - A WEIGHTY EXCHANGE Link

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