Arrow mainshaft, made of reed grass (Phragmites Communis) with notched end and three split feathers intact and still sinew wrapped. Other end missing, as well as wooden foreshaft. (16 inches long, approximately 41 cm) . English: Close view of the sinew wrapped split feathers on MOCA 457, an arrow mainshaft. Collection: On display at the Montezuma Castle National Monument Visitor Center (Catalog No. MOCA 457). Prehistoric. Unknown Sinagua artisan. Montezuma Castle National Monument Visitor Center photo? 1123 Sinew wrapped split feathers on Sinagua arrow

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Arrow mainshaft, made of reed grass (Phragmites Communis) with notched end and three split feathers intact and still sinew wrapped. Other end missing, as well as wooden foreshaft. (16 inches long, approximately 41 cm) . English: Close view of the sinew wrapped split feathers on MOCA 457, an arrow mainshaft. Collection: On display at the Montezuma Castle National Monument Visitor Center (Catalog No. MOCA 457). Prehistoric. Unknown Sinagua artisan. Montezuma Castle National Monument Visitor Center photo? 1123 Sinew wrapped split feathers on Sinagua arrow
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Image ID: MP502G

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