flāngeweorc, n.n: arrow-work, archery. (FLAHN-yeh-WEH-ork / ˈflaːn-jɛ-ˌwɛɔɹk)

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.
Franks Casket showing Ægil and his wife enclosed in the keep of a castle, with Ægil shooting arrows against attacking troops.

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