Archers
Archers are people who practice archery. The word may also refer to:
List of films and television series featuring Robin Hood
The following are some of the notable adaptations of the Robin Hood story in film and television.
Lana and Andy Wachowski have confirmed that they have written and will direct the film Hood, a mod...
Cretan archers
Cretan archers were famed military soldiers in ancient and medieval warfare.
Though Cretans could be theoretically outranged by Rhodian slingers, they were widely recognized as being amongst the b...
Little John a Begging
Little John A Begging is Child ballad 142 and about Robin Hood. It exists in two variants, one fragmentary.
In one variant, Robin Hood sends Little John out, disguised as a beggar. In the fragme...
The Bold Pedlar and Robin Hood
The Bold Pedlar and Robin Hood is Child ballad 132, featuring Robin Hood. It is a traditional version of Robin Hood Newly Revived.
A pedlar meets Robin Hood and Little John and tells them what he...
Robin Hood Rescuing Three Squires
Robin Hood Rescuing Three Squires or Robin Hood and the Widow's Three Sons is Child ballad 140, about Robin Hood.
Robin meets an old woman lamenting that her sons will hang for poaching the king's...
Media about Zhou Tong
Zhou Tong, the archery teacher of Song Dynasty General Yue Fei, has appeared in various types of media; including black-and-white films, wuxia novels, and folktales. He namely appears in material deal...
Taishi Ci
Taishi Ci (166–206), courtesy name Ziyi, was a military general who lived in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. He served under various warlords, including Liu Yao, Sun Ce and Sun Quan.
Taishi Ci was b...
Lee Hwa-sook
Lee Hwa Sook is a South Korean paralympic archer. She won the gold medal at the Women's individual recurve - Standing event at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing.
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Park Kyung-mo
Park Kyung-mo (born August 15, 1975) is an archer from South Korea. He has won gold medals at the three major World Archery Federation events (Olympics, World Archery Championships and World Cup final...
The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield
The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield is Child ballad 124, about Robin Hood. The oldest manuscript of this English broadside ballad, according to the University of Rochester, dates back to 1557, and a fragmen...
Robin Hood
Robin Hood (spelled Robyn Hode in older sources) is a heroic outlaw found in English folklore who, according to legend, was also a highly skilled archer and swordsman. Traditionally depicted as being ...
Rose the Red and White Lily
Rose the Red and White Lily is Child ballad number 103. (Roud 3335)
Rose the Red and White Lily had lost their mother, and their father had remarried an evil stepmother. They had two stepbrothers...
Simon Fairweather
Simon John Fairweather, OAM (born 9 October 1969) is an archer born in Adelaide, South Australia. He is 175 centimetres tall and weighs 71 kilograms.Fairweather won the individual gold medal at the Wo...
Vic Wunderle
Victor ("Vic") S. Wunderle (born March 4, 1976 in Lincoln, Illinois) is an archer from the United States.
Wunderle was raised in Mason City, Illinois and is the son of the famous archery coach Ter...
Yue Fei
Yue Fei (24 March 1103 – 27 January 1142), courtesy name Pengju, was a Han Chinese military general who lived in the Southern Song dynasty. His ancestral home was in Xiaoti, Yonghe Village, Tangyin, ...
Robin Hood and the Valiant Knight
Robin Hood and the Valiant Knight is Child ballad 153.
The king and nobles meet to consider Robin Hood. They send Sir William with a hundred men. Sir William presents him with a letter from the ...
Robin Hood and the Pedlars
Robin Hood and the Pedlars is Child ballad 137.
Robin Hood, Little John, and Will Scarlet meet up with three pedlars and urge them to stay; they go on. Robin shoots at one, striking through his pa...
Jacob Wukie
Jacob Wukie (born May 11, 1986, in Massillon, Ohio) is an American archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed for his country in the Men's team event. He won a silver Olympic medal along with his...
Kobus van der Schlossen
Kobus (or Jacobus) van der Schlossen (died 1695) was a late-seventeenth century Dutch thief who features prominently in folktales from the North Brabant region. After serving as a soldier in the many ...
Gao Fangxia
Gao Fangxia is a Chinese paralympic archer. She won the silver medal at the Women's individual recurve - Standing event at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing.
Naomi Folkard
Naomi Anne Folkard (born 18 September 1983) is an archer from Leamington Spa, England. She graduated from Birmingham University in music in 2005.
Folkard represented Great Britain at the 2004 Summ...
Minamoto no Tametomo
Minamoto no Tametomo (源 為朝, 1139 – April 23, 1170) (also known as Chinzei Hachirō Tametomo (鎮西 八郎 為朝)) was a samurai who fought in the Hōgen Rebellion of 1156. He was the son of Minamoto no Ta...
Legio I Isaura Sagittaria
Legio I Isaura Sagitaria was a pseudocomitatensis Roman legion, levied no later than under Diocletian, and possibly already present under Probus. As its name suggests, its legionaries could be used al...