62v, lower margin. Archer hunting hares
88v, lower margin. Crossbowmen and archer
95r, left of lower margin. Crossbowmen hunting
156r, lower margin. Archers and Crossbowmen
The archers are referenced on p.8, French Armies of the Hundred Years War by David Nicolle
Archers with longbows in a Flemish manuscript of 1338-44; note the arrows carried in their belts. The bowmen of England were by no means the only ones to use longbows, but in most parts of western Europe archery was practised more for hunting than warfare. (Romance of Alexander, Bodleian Library, Ms. Bod. 264, Oxford)
(fols. 3r-208r) The Romance of Alexander in French verse, with miniatures illustrating legends of Alexander the Great and with marginal scenes of everyday life, by the Flemish illuminator Jehan de Grise and his workshop, 1338-44.
Source: Romance of Alexander, Bodleian Library, Ms. Bod. 264, Oxford