Re: [SCA-Archery] Bitte, Ich benötige Ihre Unterst ützung...
There are other Osprey books that go into more archery detail in different
Check at a good hobby shop for which ones, most will let you browse those
you are interested in.
Also I believe Osprey has a web site with details. I know they send our
information about new releases and also releases planned in the comming
----- Original Message -----
From: James C. Wolf <felix47@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2001 4:38 PM
Subject: Re: [SCA-Archery] Bitte, Ich benötige Ihre Unterstützung...
> Greetings to thee, young sir, and Well Come! My personality is roughly
> early 15th century German, a Hanseatic merchant/ship captain, and I
> justify my use of a bow as due to the fact that I was an archer auxiliary
> to the Teutonic Knights on their Crusades in the pagan lands to the east
> when I was younger. This even explains why I shoot a Hunnish Horsebow and
> use a thumb ring, as I captured the bow!
> Try looking for the OSPREY Men at Arms book on German Medieval Armies
> #166, and The Knights of Christ #155-I have these, and they are
> useful-especially on garb. Little mention of archers though. Beyond this,
> remember that this was Eastern Europe, and the Huns/Mongols/Asian
> traditions are going to be stronger than the French/English/Roman ones.
> Otherwise, have fun!
> YIS, Felix the Archer, Saethyr Fyrd, Calontir
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- Good Morrow, Lord Hugh! I was replying to the new fellow, and giving what
info I had-I didn't know that OSPREY had a website.Do you have the addie?
I'd love to see it, the hobby shops here in Forgotten Sea only seem to
carry stuff about the Civil War and WW2. I had trouble getting the two
books I have. We used to have three shops that had everything, now
they're gone and we have 6 or 7 that don't have anything.
Ld. Felix, Saethyr fyrdman