flāngeweorc

flāngeweorc, n.n: arrow-work, archery.

A carved panel from the Franks Casket depicting a man and woman in the bricked square. The man is shooting arrows out of a hole towards an attacking army with spears and shields.
Check out the fancy flāngeweorc on the Franks Casket. This panel of the Franks Casket shows Ægil (or Egil) and his wife enclosed in the keep of a castle, with Ægil shooting arrows against attacking troops. The name Ægili is written with runes above the archer.

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