- Original name
/ Joseon Dynasty
- Physical force weapon
- Bow and arrow
- Copper alloy
- Length : 9.7 cm, Width : 2.2cm, Thickness : 1.8 cm, Height : 4.2 cm, Width 3.8 cm, Thickness : 1.5 cm
- Maritime Artifact 17102
- Mokpo National Maritime Museum(Exhibition Room 1)
This is estimated to be a trigger piece, part of a type of crossbow. A crossbow is a bow with a support, which adds stability. The archer extends the string to the catch, aims a target, and pulls the trigger to shoot an arrow. The crossbow excavated in the sea area of the Myeongnyangdaecheop-ro, Jindo-gun, has no trigger (hyeondo), and the sight (mangsan) is the shape of haetae, a legendary creature. Thus it is separated into two as it has no catch.
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