2 edition of Anecdotes of archery found in the catalog.
Anecdotes of archery
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Anecdotes of archery; from the earlieft ages to the year Including an account of the most famous archers of ancient and modern times; with fome curious particulars in the life of Robert Fitz-Ooth Earl of Huntington, vulgarly called Robin Hood. The present state of archery, with the different societies in Great Britain, particularly thofe of Yorkfhire, Lancafhire, and Durham.
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Addeddate Pages: Get this from a library. The book of archery: being the complete history and practice of the art, ancient and modern, interspersed with numerous interesting anecdotes, and an account of the existing toxophilite societies. [George Agar Hansard]. ANECDOTES OF ARCHERY - Hargrove, H.
Author: Hargrove, H Published by: Tabard Press Published date: ISBN: Description: Hardback. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper. Facsimile edition of the edition. Brown cloth, gilt title to spine.
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A rebound edition of the book titled Anecdotes of Archery; From the Earliest Ages to the Year Including an Account of the Most Famous Archers of Ancient and Modern Times; With Some Curious Particulars in the Life of Robert Fitz-Ooth Earl of Huntington, Vulgarly Called Robin Hood by E.
Hargrove. The original hand-sewn text blocks have been rebound in red cloth covered. In the Paleolithic era, overyears ago, archery was invented.
With bows and arrows made from wood (mostly pine), archery was presumably used only for hunting. As technology advanced, stone arrowheads were fashioned on the ends of arrows, making them more effective. Archery arrived in the Americas around 2, BC.
While archery was mostly used for hunting, the tribes of the Southern. Filed under: Archery -- Early works to Anecdotes of Archery, From the Earliest Ages to the Year (York: Printed for E. Hargrove, ), by Ely Hargrove (HTML at ) The Art of Archerie (), by Gervase Markham (HTML at ) An Essay on Archery (), by Walter Michael Moseley (HTML at ).
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hargrove, Ely, Anecdotes of archery. York [Eng.] Hargrove's library; [etc.] (DLC) Full text of "Anecdotes of Archery: From Earliest Ages to the Year " See other formats. An Essay on Archery Describing the Practice of that Art in all Ages and Nations: Hargrove, E.
Anecdotes of Archery From the earlieft ages to the year Roberts, T. The English Bowman or: Tracts on Archery, to which is added the second part of The Bowmans Glory: Waring, Thomas, A Treatise on Archery or, The Art of Shooting. Anecdotes of Archery by E. Hargrove, for example, includes a family tree of Robin Hood and explains why his name changed from Fitzooth to Hood.
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