Paladin Press. Luijendijk, D.H.. Zoor Khane: History and Techniques of the Ancient Martial Art of Iran. Boulder, Colorado: Paladin Press, 2006. 111pp. Illustrated. Bibliography. 8vo. Paperback. Book condition: Very good with light yellowing to edges of rear cover. Iranian soldiers traditionally honed their famed physical strength and combat techniques by practicing zoor khane - a comprehensive martial arts system with training exercises designed to develop the power and agility needed for fighting with the sword, bow and arrow, club, and shield. Though its origins are shrouded in mystery and legend, zoor khane is perhaps among the oldest extant martial arts in the world. . Very Good. 2006. (Inventory #: RLUIZOO00MEL)
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