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Tir a l’Arlequin 
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Post Tir a l’Arlequin
While searching on line I found a web site ”Tirs caracteristiques et historiques --- Tir a l’Arlequin” at:

http://michel-staes.e-monsite.com/pages/page-6.html

Can anyone tell me if this is a modern competition or was it used before 1600. I would like to add it to my file of medieval and renaissance archery competitions if it was shot before 1600. Even if it is not, it still looks like a fun shoot.

I used an online translator on the page, but could not find the size of the target face.

Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.

John Edgerton
Newark, California

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John R Edgerton
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Wed Apr 08, 2015 9:42 pm
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Post Re: Tir a l’Arlequin
John, The Blazon is certainly of some antiquity, and there are a number of different styles. I will ask Hugh to add some more information for you. He will be most interested in this site.

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Post Re: Tir a l’Arlequin
Thank you.
Please tell him I am in the process of reading his newest book.

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