Metal arrowheads from the Kulikovo battlefield, Russia.

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Arrowheads dating from the 10th to the 15th centuries in the Novgorod Archaeological Museum, Russia.

An archer and several helmeted soldiers Russian soldiers fighting against the Byzantines. An illumination from the the Radziwiłł Chronicle showing a curved sword and two straight blade sword. From Sakharov (1980).

Portion of a panel on a Russian icon showing arrows in flight during the battle between the Novgorodians and the Suzdalians that took place in AD 1170.

Arrowpoints from Russian excavations. The broad bladed forms may have been introduced by the Mongols.

Arrowheads carved out of bone would be used by individuals who could not obtain or afford metal arrowheads. Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Sakharov, Andrei Nikolaevich
1980 Diplomatiia drevnei Rusi : IX-pervaia polovina X v. Moscow, Msyl. [in Russian]
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