A bow is a weapon commonly used by hunters and archers. It can be made from numerous materials and it fires an arrow. The bow and arrow were commonly used during the middle ages as defensive and hunting weapons.
The European lute is derived from the Arab musical instrument known as al 'Ud, which means literally 'the wood'. The Arabic 'Ud was introduced to Europe by the Moors during their conquest and occupation of Spain which was from 711-1492. Therefore, the first lute was invented sometime before that, and probably dates back quite a long time.
The movies The Sound of Music takes places shortly before the start and during the beginning of World War II.
A cylinder was used as a target before the board.
Using a bow and arrow, an archer will hopefully hit a target. Targets are usually a round symbol.
In a match play competition you can practice on the course before a round In stroke play competition you must not practice any day during the competition, the penalty is disqualification
Archers, or teams, compete in head-to-head matches in single elimination after being ranked from 1 to 64 during qualifications.
so they fell hethy during a compotion
can swimmer use milk thistle before and during swimming competition
Buddhsm was introduced during the Han dynasty
the orchestra is introduced during spanish colonization
Yes. Almost all Triathlons have rules requiring the use of a helmet when riding the bike: before, during, and after the competition - or face disqualification. Yes. Almost all Triathlons have rules requiring the use of a helmet when riding the bike: before, during, and after the competition - or face disqualification.
Medieval archers were employed by the kings and powerful lords during times of war. In peacetime, many of the lords, particularly those who owned castles or lived along borders, had some archers in their regular employ, but most of the archers were yeomen who worked their own farms and were required to practice regularly as one of the duties of a small land owner.
The use of sugar was introduced during the 1500s