What Is a Medieval Fletcher?

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A medieval fletcher was a person who crafted and manufactured bows as well as the flights of arrows. The fletcher was common in those days as the weapons they made for increased barbarian invasions in North Africa and the Middle East.
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Medieval Fletcher was a history professor at the University of York, who specialized in the medieval period. He died of heart attack in 2005 while working on a study of the Roman Empire.
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