Literature related to composite bows

A short list of various literature. If you know some other books or articles, please tell!

Alles, V. (Eds.). (2009). Reflexbogen: Geschichte und Herstellung. Ludwigshafen: Verlag Angelika Hörnig.

Alofs, E. (2014). Studies on Mounted Warfare in Asia I: Continuity and Change in Middle Eastern Warfare, c. ce 550–1350 – What Happened to the Horse Archer? War in History 21(4), 423–444.

Alofs, E. (2015). Studies on Mounted Warfare in Asia II: The Iranian Tradition – The Armoured Horse Archer in the Middle East, c. ce 550–1350. War in History 22(1), 4–27.

Balfour, H. (1890). On the Structure and Affinities of the Composite Bow. The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 19, 220–250.

Bakas, S. (2016). Composite bows in Minoan and Mycenaean warfare. In Militello P. & Żebrowska K. (Eds.). Sympozjum Egejskie. Proceedings of The 2nd Students’ Conference in Aegean Archaeology: Methods – Researches – Perspective, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Poland, April 25th, 2014 (9–16). Catania: Università Degli Studi di Catania.

Bergman, C. & McEwen, E. (1997). Sinew-Reinforced and Composite Bows. In Knecht, H. (Eds.). Projectile Technology (s. 143–160). New York and London: Plenum Press.

Boit, B. (1991). The Fruits of Adversity: Technical Refinements of the Turkish Composite Bow during the Crusading Era. Thesis, Ohio State University.

Demir, S. & Ekici, B. (2014). Optimization of design parameters for Turkish Tirkeş (war) bow. Composites: Part B 66, 147–155.

Duvernay, T. & Duvernay, N. (2007). Korean traditional archery. Pohang: Handong Global University.

Emeneau, M. (1953). The composite bow in India. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 97(1), 77–87.

Gailer, W. & Faustmann, R. (2018). Skythenbogen, Der Mythos lebt. Salzburg: Vorderegger & Partner GmbH.

Gündüz, G., Yaman, B., Ozden, S. & Donmez, S. (2013). Anatomy of Wooden Core of Ottoman Composite Archery Bows. Sains Malaysiana 42(5), 547–552.

Hamilton, T. (1970). The Eskimo Bow and the Asiatic Composite. Arctic Anthropology 6(2), 43–52.

Hepworth D. & Smith, J. (2002). The mechanical properties of composites manufactured from tendon fibres and pearl glue (animal glue). Composites, Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 33(6), 797–803.

Horváth, S., Körtvélyesi, G. & Legaza, L. (2006). The Statics of the Traditional Hungarian Composite Reflex Bow. Acta Polytechnica Hungarica 3, 73–89.

Hudiakov, Y., Tabaldiev, K., Borisenko, A. & Akmatov, K. (2013). Composite bows from Uch-Kurbu in Kyrgyzstan. Archaeology Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 41(3), 81–86.

Kaegi, W. (1964). The Contribution of Archery to the Turkish Conquest of Anatolia. Speculum 39(1), 96–108.

Karpowicz, A. (2008). Ottoman Turkish bows: Manufacture and design. Sackville: Adam Karpowicz.

Klopsteg, P. (1947). Turkish archery and the composite bow, 2. painos. Klopsteg: Evanston, Illinois.

Loades, M. (2016). The Composite Bow. Oxford: Osprey Publishing.

Loades, M. (2019). War Bow. Oxford: Osprey Publishing.

May, T. (2006). The Training of an Inner Asian Nomad Army in the Pre-Modern Period. The Journal of Military History 70(3), 617–635.

McLeod, W. (1970). Composite bows from the tomb of Tut’ankhamūn. Oxford: Griffith Institute.

Mikhailov, K. & Kainov, S. (2011). Finds of structural details of composite bows from ancient Rus. Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungraricae 62, 229–244.

Nieminen, T. (2010). The Asian war bow. 19th Australian Institute of Physics Congress, ACOFTAOS, 2010.

Ostrowski, D. (2010). The Replacement of the Composite Reflex Bow by Firearms in the Muscovite Cavalry. Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 11, 513–534.

Randall, K. (2016). Origins and Comparative Performance of the Composite Bow. Thesis. University of South Africa.

Reisinger, M. (2010). New Evidence about Composite Bows and Their Arrows in Inner Asia. The Silk Road 8, 42–62.

Sanft, C. (2008). Bow control in Han China: Yuqiu Shouwang on self-defense. Journal of Asian History 42(2), 143–164.