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Arrows Collection

Arrows have played a significant role throughout history, symbolizing power, precision, and even tragedy

Background imageArrows Collection: Cuts of beef

Cuts of beef. Computer artwork illustrating primal and subprimal cuts of beef and their names. Primal cuts (shown with black dotted lines), are large areas of muscle sold to wholesale meat retailers

Background imageArrows Collection: Suffragette W. S. P. U Holloway Brooch

Suffragette W. S. P. U Holloway Brooch
The Holloway Brooch, designed by Sylvia Pankhurst, for presentation to W.S.P.U released prisoners. It depicts the portcullis symbol of the House of Commons with chains and broad arrows in purple

Background imageArrows Collection: Judi Trott as Maid Marion

Judi Trott as Maid Marion
The actress Judi Trott (b 1962) as Maid Marion in the popular 1980s television series Robin of Sherwood (1984-86)

Background imageArrows Collection: Netherlandish Proverbs illustrated in a village landscape

Netherlandish Proverbs illustrated in a village landscape
CH11386 Netherlandish Proverbs illustrated in a village landscape by Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageArrows Collection: Death of King Harold showing an arrow in his eye, Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux

Death of King Harold showing an arrow in his eye, Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageArrows Collection: Signpost in Quin, County Clare, Ireland, Europe

Signpost in Quin, County Clare, Ireland, Europe

Background imageArrows Collection: Guru Nanek / Govind Singh

Guru Nanek / Govind Singh
GURU NANEK DEV (right) Founder of the Sikh religion, pictured here with GOVIND SINGH (1666 - 1708), the tenth and last of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism

Background imageArrows Collection: BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows break Scampton 1989

BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows break Scampton 1989
RAFAT RAF Red Arrows BAe Systems Hawks break during their display at Scampton in October 1989 Date: 1989

Background imageArrows Collection: Frontispiece to The Art of Archerie, 1634 (engraving)

Frontispiece to The Art of Archerie, 1634 (engraving)
XJF3058189 Frontispiece to The Art of Archerie, 1634 (engraving) by English School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageArrows Collection: Persian Archers

Persian Archers
Soldiers from Elam, armed with spear, bow and arrows, in the service of Darius when he attacked Greece

Background imageArrows Collection: Archery Meeting 1822

Archery Meeting 1822
The Meeting of the Royal British Bowmen in the Grounds of Erddig (Erthig) Park, Denbighshire, Wales - the seat of Simon Yorke Esq

Background imageArrows Collection: Misfitz - Robin Hood

Misfitz - Robin Hood. early 20th century

Background imageArrows Collection: Costumes de Différents Pays, Guerrier du Senegal, c1797. Creators

Costumes de Différents Pays, Guerrier du Senegal, c1797. Creators: Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur, LF Labrousse
Costumes de Differents Pays, Guerrier du Senegal, c1797

Background imageArrows Collection: RAF Red Arrows

RAF Red Arrows
Red 6 of the world famous air display team the Red Arrows is pictured during a transit flight from Denmark back to the UK, after a display at Gilze Rijen

Background imageArrows Collection: generation of warriors

generation of warriors
Pavol Stranak

Background imageArrows Collection: Formula One Testing, RAF Abingdon, England, 1989

Formula One Testing, RAF Abingdon, England, 1989
Paul Warwick (GBR) conducted straight line testing in a USF&G Arrows A11. Formula One Testing, RAF Abingdon, England, 1989

Background imageArrows Collection: Cupids Target, from Les Amours des Dieux, 1758 (oil on canvas)

Cupids Target, from Les Amours des Dieux, 1758 (oil on canvas)
XIR214836 Cupids Target, from Les Amours des Dieux, 1758 (oil on canvas) by Boucher, Francois (1703-70); 268x167 cm; Louvre, Paris, France; French, out of copyright

Background imageArrows Collection: The Death of Bhishma, Mortally Wounded by Arjunas Numerous Arrows, c

The Death of Bhishma, Mortally Wounded by Arjunas Numerous Arrows, c
1196881 The Death of Bhishma, Mortally Wounded by Arjunas Numerous Arrows, c.1760-1770 (w/c on paper) by Indian School, (18th century)

Background imageArrows Collection: BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows Cosford 1982

BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows Cosford 1982
RAFAT RAF Red Arrows BAe Systems Hawks perform the vixen break at Cosford in April 1982 Date: 1982

Background imageArrows Collection: The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 1881 (oil on canvas)

The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 1881 (oil on canvas)
FFA151968 The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 1881 (oil on canvas) by Crane, Walter (1845-1915); 74.5x169.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Princess Margaret was the Laidly Worm; )

Background imageArrows Collection: Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting (coloured engraving)

Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting (coloured engraving)
729474 Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting (coloured engraving) by Davis, Lucien (1860-1941); Private Collection; (add.info.: Amazons of the Bow: A Sketch at an Archery Meeting)

Background imageArrows Collection: The passing of Robin Hood

The passing of Robin Hood
LLM456356 The passing of Robin Hood by Wyeth, Newell Convers (1882-1945) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The passing of Robin Hood)

Background imageArrows Collection: Jonathan and David

Jonathan and David
LLM338909 Jonathan and David by Morris, Philip Richard (1838-1902); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jonathan and David. National Comprehensive Family Bible by John Eadie (c 1870)

Background imageArrows Collection: Siege of a town led by Godefroy de Bouillon (c1060-1100) 1st Crusade (1095-1099)

Siege of a town led by Godefroy de Bouillon (c1060-1100) 1st Crusade (1095-1099), showing Saracens firing arrows at Crusaders as they attempt to scale the walls

Background imageArrows Collection: Survival of the fittest, artwork

Survival of the fittest, artwork
Survival of the fittest, conceptual artwork

Background imageArrows Collection: Egyptian palm tree, 16th century artwork

Egyptian palm tree, 16th century artwork. The fruits of this palm tree are being harvested. The palm tree most commonly cultivated in this way is the date palm tree, which has sweet edible fruit

Background imageArrows Collection: English Archery

English Archery
Four English bowmen: 1) Brigandine archer 1554 2) Brigandine archer 1590 3) Archer of Charles I 1625 4) Archer of 1780

Background imageArrows Collection: Ancient Dog Armour - 2

Ancient Dog Armour - 2
A dog in armour, to protect it against the slings and arrows of human combat

Background imageArrows Collection: Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan
GENGHIS KHAN (variously spelt) on his deathbed, he urges his sons to unite, showing how single arrows are easily broken, but four together are unbreakable

Background imageArrows Collection: Cherubs in Clouds 18C

Cherubs in Clouds 18C
A trio of cherubs cupids prepare to go hunting with their bows and arrows

Background imageArrows Collection: Crossing the Divide or Thirsty Trappers Making a Rush for the River, c. 1837 (w / c on paper)

Crossing the Divide or Thirsty Trappers Making a Rush for the River, c. 1837 (w / c on paper)
5310546 Crossing the Divide or Thirsty Trappers Making a Rush for the River, c.1837 (w/c on paper) by Miller, Alfred Jacob (1810-74); 21.6x29.3 cm; Joslyn Museum, Omaha, Nebraska

Background imageArrows Collection: Prometheus relaeased from his chains by Hercules (chromolitho)

Prometheus relaeased from his chains by Hercules (chromolitho)
968390 Prometheus relaeased from his chains by Hercules (chromolitho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Prometheus relaeased from his chains by Hercules)

Background imageArrows Collection: Ranjit Singh (1780-1839) Maharajah of the Punjab (pencil, gouache & w / c on paper)

Ranjit Singh (1780-1839) Maharajah of the Punjab (pencil, gouache & w / c on paper)
NAM195161 Ranjit Singh (1780-1839) Maharajah of the Punjab (pencil, gouache & w/c on paper) by Indian School, (19th century); National Army Museum

Background imageArrows Collection: Venus Verticordia (Venus the changer of hearts) - Oeuvre de Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Venus Verticordia (Venus the changer of hearts) - Oeuvre de Dante Gabriel Rossetti
FIA5401925 Venus Verticordia (Venus the changer of hearts) - Oeuvre de Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), 1868 - Watercolour, Gouache on Paper, 67x59 - Private Collection by Rossetti

Background imageArrows Collection: The Education of Achilles by the Centaur Chiron (engraving)

The Education of Achilles by the Centaur Chiron (engraving)
880511 The Education of Achilles by the Centaur Chiron (engraving) by Bervic, Charles-Clement (1756-1822); 57.8x43.8 cm; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN

Background imageArrows Collection: Red Arrows Gnat T Mk. 2 XS111 and XR540 with 8 more plus XS10

Red Arrows Gnat T Mk. 2 XS111 and XR540 with 8 more plus XS10
Red Arrows Hawker Siddeley Gnat T Mk.2 XS111 and XR540 with 8 more plus XS106 from another unit. Date: 1970s

Background imageArrows Collection: Nimrod, A Mighty Hunter. From The Painting By Briton Riviere From The Book The Outline Of History

Nimrod, A Mighty Hunter. From The Painting By Briton Riviere From The Book The Outline Of History By H. G
Nimrod, A Mighty Hunter.From The Painting By Briton Riviere From The Book The Outline Of History By H.G.Wells Volume 1, Published 1920

Background imageArrows Collection: BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows Diamond Bend Finningley

BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows Diamond Bend Finningley
RAFAT RAF Red Arrows BAe Systems Hawks flying the Diamond Bend at RAF Finningley in 1983 Date: 1983

Background imageArrows Collection: American Indians. The Red Indian on show in London. Chief Wh

American Indians. The Red Indian on show in London. Chief Wh
American Indian father and son with bows and arrows

Background imageArrows Collection: Statue of San Sebastian, Angra do Heroismo, Azores, Portugal, Europe

Statue of San Sebastian, Angra do Heroismo, Azores, Portugal, Europe

Background imageArrows Collection: Boy doing archery, Forges-les-Eaux, Seine Maritime, France, Europe

Boy doing archery, Forges-les-Eaux, Seine Maritime, France, Europe

Background imageArrows Collection: The Arrows, Near Boroughbridge, Yorkshire: the Three Columns, Called the Devil s

The Arrows, Near Boroughbridge, Yorkshire: the Three Columns, Called the Devil s
The Arrows, Near Boroughbridge, Yorkshire: the Three Columns, Called the Devils Arrows

Background imageArrows Collection: Archery competition, Leamington Spa, 1870

Archery competition, Leamington Spa, 1870
Vintage 19th century photograph: Very early image of an archery competition, competitors with bows and arrows, Leamington Spa, 1870

Background imageArrows Collection: Sea chart of the south coast of Cuba and Jamaica, Jan Luyken, Claes Jansz Voogt

Sea chart of the south coast of Cuba and Jamaica, Jan Luyken, Claes Jansz Voogt, Johannes van Keulen (I), 1684 - 1799

Background imageArrows Collection: Diana, The Huntress (oil on canvas)

Diana, The Huntress (oil on canvas)
3588593 Diana, The Huntress (oil on canvas) by Seignac, Guillaume (1870-1924); 56x46 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; French, out of copyright

Background imageArrows Collection: Directions signpost near seaside, Key West, Florida, USA

Directions signpost near seaside, Key West, Florida, USA

Background imageArrows Collection: Venus and Cupid, 1606. Creator: Peter Paul Rubens

Venus and Cupid, 1606. Creator: Peter Paul Rubens
Venus and Cupid, 1606.

Background imageArrows Collection: Portrait of Madame Bouret as Diana, 1745. Creator: Jean-Marc Nattier

Portrait of Madame Bouret as Diana, 1745. Creator: Jean-Marc Nattier
Portrait of Madame Bouret as Diana, 1745.



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Arrows have played a significant role throughout history, symbolizing power, precision, and even tragedy. From the cuts of beef that satisfy our taste buds to the iconic portrayal of Maid Marion by Judi Trott in Robin Hood, they have left their mark. In the fight for women's rights, the suffragette movement embraced symbolism with the W. S. P. U Holloway Brooch shaped like an arrowhead. This powerful emblem represented their determination to pierce through societal barriers. Art has also captured the essence of arrows. In Netherlandish Proverbs illustrated in a village landscape, we see arrows pointing towards hidden meanings within everyday life. Meanwhile, Death of King Harold depicted on the Bayeux Tapestry shows an arrow tragically ending his reign. The spiritual significance is seen in Guru Nanek and Govind Singh's teachings. They used metaphors involving archery to guide their followers towards enlightenment and righteousness. Archery meetings such as those held in 1822 brought together enthusiasts who honed their skills with bows and arrows. The camaraderie among archers fostered a sense of community while showcasing impressive feats of accuracy. The BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows break at Scampton in 1989 demonstrated not only aerial prowess but also national pride as these skilled pilots showcased their abilities with breathtaking maneuvers. Throughout literature and entertainment, they have been synonymous with heroes like Robin Hood from Misfitz fame who skillfully shot them into targets or enemies' hearts alike. These tales remind us that sometimes it takes just one well-aimed arrow to change destinies. Lastly, we cannot forget about modern-day aviation marvels like the RAF Red Arrows who continue to captivate audiences worldwide with their awe-inspiring displays of precision flying. From ancient Persian archers to engravings depicting archery techniques in The Art of Archerie from 1634 – each representation showcases how this simple weapon has left an indelible mark on human history.