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- Jousting Rules and Guidelines - Society for Creative Anachronism
- Apr 21, 2005 All lances and armor must be inspected by a marshal authorized in this activity prior to each use for jousting. b. Lances: 1.
- 2007 Calaveras International Jousting Championships
- metres apart. The rings will be captured with jousting lances. Quintain.
- Jousting and the Medieval Tournament
- jective of jousting was to take your opponent pris- oner by knocking him off his horse and confiscat- ing his armor.
- The Canterbury Tales
- In jousting, a warhorse was asked to gallop head-on towards another warhorse, while both carried knights armed with lances.
Suggested News Resources
- Jump Ahead Maths Year 2
- Subtraction: Use your jousting lance to capture the numbered rings that complete the subtraction equation. Fractions: Help CJ unlock an ancient treasure chest by using your knowledge of fractions to make a new key and open theÂ lock.
Suggested Web Resources
- Jousting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The primary purpose of the jousting lance is to unhorse the other by striking them with the end of the lance while riding towards them at high speed.
- Jousting Weapons
- Jousting Weapons - The Jousting Lance used in combat. Jousting Weapons - The Jousting Lance used at tournaments. Jousting Armor.
- Broken Jousting Lance. - YouTube
- Jul 29, 2007 Rod Walker breaks his lance on Justin Hollands cuirass and leaves a jagged piece of wood hanging out of it.
- Medieval Knight Jousting
- What is jousting? it is a tradition that comes out of the middle ages where two knights mounted on horses and armed with lances charged at each other.
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