Anasazi Arrow Replication




The prehistoric Pueblo/Anasazi were a very complex people whom built masterful monuments in the four corners area. During the great drought around AD.1275 many of the Pueblo/Anasazi left the region and migrated to the south and southeast. These Pueblo people did not disappear from the archaeological record. In fact they are still here and known as the Hopi. Here I have an Anasazi style arrow for sale. Specifications and materials used include: cane main-shaft, oak foreshaft, turkey feathers, tri–fletched, sinew wrapped, charcoal pigments, arrow weed nock insert. This piece is absolutely hunting worthy and would look great for display at home or at a museum! Multiple copies available.


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