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Français 24364, fol 29r, Roman de toute chevalerie, Eustache ou Thomas de Kent 1301-1400.

Français 24364, fol 29r, Roman de toute chevalerie, Eustache ou Thomas de Kent 1301-1400.

Because, giant snails are dangerous... Montpellier, Bibliothèque interuniversitaire. Section Médecine, H 418, detail of f. 107v.  Institutes of Justinian (15th century)

A soldier armed with long sword and buckler fighting a giant snail. Section Médecine, H detail of f. Institutes of Justinian century)

Longbowman

Human Bandit Archer, common to the eastern bogs of Dolsiel. They strike their opponents from a distance and from all directions, making it difficult to eliminate and entire troop.

The Battle of Caen in 1346 was a running battle through the streets of the Norman city during the English invasion of Normandy under King Edward III in July of that year. It was the first significant action of the campaign which would ultimately lead to the crushing French defeat at the battle of Crécy and the subsequent siege of Calais, which had a significant effect on the remainder of the Hundred Years' War.

1346 English troops assault the French Fleet on the Orne River under the walls of Caen 1346

Information Manuscript HAB Cod. Guelf. 3.1 Aug. 2° Der Sachsenspiegel Folio 26r Dating 1350-1375 From Germany (exact location unknown) Holding Institution Herzog August Bibliothek Source Manuscript http://diglib.hab.de/mss/3-1-aug-2f/start.htm Miniature http://diglib.hab.de/mss/3-1-aug-2f/max/00081.jpg

Der Sachsenspiegel Folio Dating From Germany (exact location unknown) Holding Institution Herzog August Bibliothek

"Archers setting up and shooting at butts, c. 1360", Peter Dennis

On 21 July 1403 English archers fought each other on English soil for the first time at the Battle of Shrewsbury, demonstrating the prowess of the longbow. Rebel forces led by Henry ‘Harry Hotspur’.