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  • Block, Alan W
    I am also an archer in gyldenholt. It seems that in your dual personalities you have managed to miss the popular bow period on both sides:) It was much in
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 2, 2000
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      I am also an archer in gyldenholt. It seems that in your dual personalities
      you have managed to miss the popular bow period on both sides:) It was much
      in use during both periods as a means of getting food but as small arms it
      was not in use yet (in your location) in the 12th century and was given up
      in favor of firearms in Elizabeths reign. There is a reason that elizabthan
      era lutes were often made of yew.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Prince, John [mailto:jbprince@...]
      Sent: Friday, June 02, 2000 10:26 AM
      To: Sca-Archery@egroups.com
      Subject: [SCA-Archery] Archery Books


      Good Day M'Lords and Ladies,

      I am Conchobhar Dearg, Barony of Gyldenholt, Kingdom of Caid. I find
      myself drawn to the art of archery and have taken steps to pursue
      this endeavor [attainment of bow and equipment, etc]. What I would
      you good people recommend in the way of building a good archery
      library? Books on technique/equipment seem to abound, but I wish to
      the pursue the historical aspect of the art. Being somewhat
      schizophrenic I have personna covering two periods, one is late 11th,
      early 12th century border Scot and the other late Elizabethan
      [Scot also]. Of the hand- to-hand combat of these two time periods I
      am reasonably familar with, but the art of the bow I have little
      information as to manner, dress, and customs. Any suggestions?

      YIS,

      Conchobhar


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    • Prince, John
      ... Actually, when it comes to the bow I m willing to relocate in time and personna! The Elizabethan era is covered by my attempts at rapier. Many thanks, C.D.
      Message 2 of 6 , Jun 2, 2000
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        > I am also an archer in gyldenholt. It seems that in your dual personalities
        > you have managed to miss the popular bow period on both sides:) It was much
        > in use during both periods as a means of getting food but as small arms it
        > was not in use yet (in your location) in the 12th century and was given up
        > in favor of firearms in Elizabeths reign. There is a reason that elizabthan
        > era lutes were often made of yew.
        >

        Actually, when it comes to the bow I'm willing to relocate in time and
        personna! The Elizabethan era is covered by my attempts at rapier.

        Many thanks,

        C.D.
      • Lord Angall
        Try this site out for starters... as for books there s the bowyer s bible. In service Lord Angall Ó Fearghail House of the Broken Axe
        Message 3 of 6 , Jun 2, 2000
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          Try this site out for starters... as for books there's the bowyer's bible.

          In service
          Lord Angall Ó Fearghail
          House of the Broken Axe
          http://pages.citenet.net/users/ctj0011/medieval/household/
          Castelan Shire of L'Ile du Dragon Dormant
          http://ww.total.net/~mbc/idd/


          ----- Original Message -----
          From: "Prince, John" <jbprince@...>
          To: <Sca-Archery@egroups.com>
          Sent: June 2, 2000 10:25 AM
          Subject: [SCA-Archery] Archery Books


          > Good Day M'Lords and Ladies,
          >
          > I am Conchobhar Dearg, Barony of Gyldenholt, Kingdom of Caid. I find
          > myself drawn to the art of archery and have taken steps to pursue
          > this endeavor [attainment of bow and equipment, etc]. What I would
          > you good people recommend in the way of building a good archery
          > library? Books on technique/equipment seem to abound, but I wish to
          > the pursue the historical aspect of the art. Being somewhat
          > schizophrenic I have personna covering two periods, one is late 11th,
          > early 12th century border Scot and the other late Elizabethan
          > [Scot also]. Of the hand- to-hand combat of these two time periods I
          > am reasonably familar with, but the art of the bow I have little
          > information as to manner, dress, and customs. Any suggestions?
          >
          > YIS,
          >
          > Conchobhar
          >
          >
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        • Prince, John
          ... Many thanks! I should have thought of the Osprey series myself. My thinking processes are really off today - my early period personna is NOT 11/12 century
          Message 4 of 6 , Jun 2, 2000
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            > I wish I could name this bok properly but one is something like"Arrowes
            > against Steel"
            > Then there is "The Longbow" by Hardy. Then theres a modern english verson
            > of the Toxophilus with the 2nd part by St charles - I have it. Then there
            > is "The english longbowmen" #11 in the warrior series by Osprey - a more
            > paperback edition and good. This is a start
            >
            > Michael
            >

            Many thanks! I should have thought of the Osprey series myself. My
            thinking processes are really off today - my early period personna is
            NOT 11/12 century but 12th and 13th century! Time to go home now....

            Conchobhar
          • Michael vanBergen
            I wish I could name this bok properly but one is something like Arrowes against Steel Then there is The Longbow by Hardy. Then theres a modern english
            Message 5 of 6 , Jun 3, 2000
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              I wish I could name this bok properly but one is something like"Arrowes
              against Steel"
              Then there is "The Longbow" by Hardy. Then theres a modern english verson
              of the Toxophilus with the 2nd part by St charles - I have it. Then there
              is "The english longbowmen" #11 in the warrior series by Osprey - a more
              paperback edition and good. This is a start

              Michael

              On Fri, 2 Jun 2000 10:25:36 -0700 "Prince, John"
              <jbprince@...> writes:
              > Good Day M'Lords and Ladies,
              >
              > I am Conchobhar Dearg, Barony of Gyldenholt, Kingdom of Caid. I find
              >
              > myself drawn to the art of archery and have taken steps to pursue
              > this endeavor [attainment of bow and equipment, etc]. What I would
              > you good people recommend in the way of building a good archery
              > library? Books on technique/equipment seem to abound, but I wish to
              > the pursue the historical aspect of the art. Being somewhat
              > schizophrenic I have personna covering two periods, one is late
              > 11th,
              > early 12th century border Scot and the other late Elizabethan
              > [Scot also]. Of the hand- to-hand combat of these two time periods I
              >
              > am reasonably familar with, but the art of the bow I have little
              > information as to manner, dress, and customs. Any suggestions?
              >
              > YIS,
              >
              > Conchobhar
              >
              >
              >
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            • Michael vanBergen
              On Fri, 2 Jun 2000 13:48:38 -0400 Block, Alan W ... ________________________________________________________________ YOU RE PAYING
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                On Fri, 2 Jun 2000 13:48:38 -0400 "Block, Alan W" <Alan.Block@...>
                writes:
                > I am also an archer in gyldenholt. It seems that in your dual
                > personalities
                > you have managed to miss the popular bow period on both sides:) It
                > was much
                > in use during both periods as a means of getting food but as small
                > arms it
                > was not in use yet (in your location) in the 12th century and was
                > given up
                > in favor of firearms in Elizabeths reign. There is a reason that
                > elizabthan
                > era lutes were often made of yew.
                >
                > -----Original Message-----
                > From: Prince, John [mailto:jbprince@...]
                > Sent: Friday, June 02, 2000 10:26 AM
                > To: Sca-Archery@egroups.com
                > Subject: [SCA-Archery] Archery Books
                >
                >
                > Good Day M'Lords and Ladies,
                >
                > I am Conchobhar Dearg, Barony of Gyldenholt, Kingdom of Caid. I find
                >
                > myself drawn to the art of archery and have taken steps to pursue
                > this endeavor [attainment of bow and equipment, etc]. What I would
                > you good people recommend in the way of building a good archery
                > library? Books on technique/equipment seem to abound, but I wish to
                > the pursue the historical aspect of the art. Being somewhat
                > schizophrenic I have personna covering two periods, one is late
                > 11th,
                > early 12th century border Scot and the other late Elizabethan
                > [Scot also]. Of the hand- to-hand combat of these two time periods I
                >
                > am reasonably familar with, but the art of the bow I have little
                > information as to manner, dress, and customs. Any suggestions?
                >
                > YIS,
                >
                > Conchobhar
                >
                >
                >
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