Re: looking for arrow documentation
- Toxophilus provides an excellent period source for arrow woods. It is available on line and fits right into the time period you want.
I would also check out the Mary Rose artifact database. It gives both wood used and dimensions of the arrows and arrow fragments found on the Mary Rose.
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "marianapietrosanti" <MMYurko@...> wrote:
> I know that it is a given that arrows were made of wood in period. Does anyone know where I might find documentation as to what kind of wood preferably in the mid to late 1500's for a A&S project.
> Thank you