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ACO Til-Tuba Bow

Til-Tuba Bow

The Til-Tuba Bow was a bow of Assyrian origin. Assyrian foot archers used it to great effect during the Battle of Ulai against Elam in 653 BCE, seizing a decisive victory.[1][2]

By 48 BCE, the Til-Tuba Bow had made its way to Egypt where it was widely sold in its markets. Certain inferior models were advertised as the Walls of Sand instead.[1]

Weapon Statistics

Rarity Quality (Max Level 55) Damage (Max Level 55) Attributes Availability
Common 115 1479 Precision I Blacksmith, Loot



  1. 1.0 1.1 Assassin's Creed: Origins
  2. Van de Mieroop, Marc. A History of the Ancient Near East, 2nd ed. Blackwell Publishing, 2007.
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