5. Resources and Bibliography
How-to on Archery, with illustrated drawings: http://thunder.prohosting.com/mfoster/archery/shooting.html
How to String a Bow: http://www.archery-centre.co.uk/HowToStringBow.shtml
How Not To Lose Arrows:
http://www.archery-centre.co.uk/HowNotToLoseArrows.shtml Fun especially if you are writing a scene about someone teaching a beginner archer.)
How To Make Wooden Arrows: http://www.archery-centre.co.uk/MakeArrow.shtml
Archery 101: How-To's and Why For's: http://firstname.lastname@example.org/archery101.html
Archery 102: Maintaining your equipment:
Archery Articles: Various historical and technological articles:
Hunting with the Bow and Arrow: On-line reproduction of Saxton Pope's historical treatise on hunting, written circa 1920's:
Bibliography of Sources:
"Archery" - by Reichart and Keasy, copyright 1936-1940 A.S. Barnes and Co.
"Dictionary of the Middle Ages: Volume 2" - by Joseph R. Strayer, Editor in Chief, Charles Scribner's Sons, NY.
"The World of Archery" - by Fred Bear
"Longbow: A Social and Military History" - by Robert Hardy (* Recommended reading, lots of interesting stuff.)
Medieval Archery: http://www.ping.be/olivier_picard/history/
Compiled Sept 2002. Revised November 2005. All errors are the fault of the compiler.
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