Here is the description of the target from one of our past Captains:
"The period target was based on the standard 60-cm but only used three
colors: the yellow was the center bull area only, the green covered the
outer bull ring, all the red and the first blue ring. The white covered the
last blue ring and the white rings."
I am not prepared to debate on the period authenticity of this target, it's
just what we've traditionally used for the Gyldenholt Championship. I know
this description varies slightly from Carolus' post. I do remember this
target as being only green and white, no yellow in the center. It's been a
couple of years since I have seen the targets in question as I missed a few
> -----Original Message-----
> From: haroldingelsson [mailto:haroldingelsson@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 12:34 PM
> To: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [SCA-Archery] Re: Gyldenholt Archery Championship
> : Isn't this traditionally shot on a target with a white circle
> : within a green ring as the scoring face?
> Again pardon the question but a green and white target? I've seen
> the animal and colored targets however I have never seen a green and
> white target. What kind of target is this?
> Harold Ingelsson