Skeletal reconstruction of an English Longbowman- Lifelong training left its mark on the archer. We can actually identify a longbowman’s skeleton by the damage they have done to their bones; otherwise rare defects show up along the shoulder blades, wrists, and elbows. The act of drawing back hundreds of pounds of force every day, hundreds of times per day, strained ligaments and bones to such an extent that some skeletons even started growing extra bone to compensate. Their devotion to their skill permanently changed their bodies enough that we can still identify them hundreds of years later. Few other professions can so easily claim the same.
I started the day from the library; it was so pleasant beautiful. And then I got a hello gift for the summer with my friend, and then my friend and I solved English together for 1 hours. I made a cup of coffee and read my lovely book. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water and love your life. See u again, xx!