Lyev, you are the one that pointed out to me Talifer's
depiction of mounted Crossbowmen. Both John of England
and Philip Augustus of France used mounted
Crossbowmen. I am trying to secure a picture of the
Granadan mounted crossbowmen that decorates the
ceiling of the Hall of Dames in the Alhambra in
Granada. Both of the pictures are examples of clearly
using the crossbows mounted, not just riding to battle
and then firing on foot.
--- "L.J. Sparvero" <lyev@...
> At 09:27 AM 1/7/2005, krymsonknight2003 wrote:
> >Does anyone know where I can find pictures of the
> types of bows the
> >Europeans would have used from horseback?
> Depends on if you consider the Magyrs, Huns and
> Mongols "European" (the
> latter were just visiting for a bit). If so, check
> http://www.horsebows.com/ for replicas of historic
> If you're looking for artwork depicting the many
> mounted European
> Crossbowmen, I'm drawing a blank right now. Cranach
> or Durer probably did
> some, you might try a search among their works.
> If you're looking for photos of crossbows in museum
> (that may have been
> used on horseback) you might try
> Incidentally, there are lots of images of historic
> paintings on the above site.
> Hope this helps! -Lyev
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