1144.—Quarter-staff (From the Old Ballad of Robin Hood and the Tanner.)details

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1144.—Quarter-staff (From the Old Ballad of Robin Hood and the Tanner.)

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Quarter-staff (Fig. 1144) was the glory of the stout old English peasant or yeoman, in which, as far as we can learn, he was without a competitor in any foreign nation.” (p. 334)

Two men in a forest fight with quarter-staffs (or staves); they are wearing tights. A sword, shield and bow lie on the ground behind them.

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