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Female archers of the 1908 London Olympics compete.
British archer Amy Oliver reaches into her quiver with flag- (and Olympic ring-) decorated fingers
Detail of a miniature of the Christian fleet approaching Gaeta with archers poised to defend the city, from the Romance of the Three Kings' Sons, England (probably London), c. 1475 – c. 1485
Queenie Newell, 1908 gold medalist in archery. Fifty three years old at the time, Queenie is the oldest woman to ever win a gold medal.
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