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One type of great significance to the history of archery was very similar to bows familiar in the West from Greek, Persian and Scythian The bow in question possessed a feature that is no longer common in modern composite bows.
People farmed and traded in the oases and nomads visited both for trade and warfare.
Stephen Selby examined several bows in Urumqi that were of various designs and from several periods.
The unique dry conditions have preserved usually perishable artifacts and even the bodies of some of the people buried there.
What have surprised many in the West were the European features of some of the bodies.
Its watercourses eventually evaporate in the Takla Makan.
Shanshan County, to the east of Urumqi, is on the Northern Route of the Silk Road, which splits in two to pass the extremely arid Takla Makan Desert.To the East is the Gobi Desert; to the west is the Tarim Basin, which drains the mountains to the north.This is written to give a historical context to the information that Stephen Selby brought back from the museum in Urumqi on some ancient bows.They have not been widely published in Chinese or English, but they are very significant for the study of archery history.
However, ancient Chinese historians had recorded the variety of races on their northwestern border as far back as the Han Dynasty.This area was both a trade route and the point of contact many people from different environments and cultures.