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  1. The Royal Book of Jousting, Horsemanship, and Knightly Combat: A Translation Into English of King Dom Duarte's 1438 Treatise by Duarte, 2010-01-11
  2. Jousting With Jesters: An ABC for the Younger Dragon by Martin Springett, 2006-09-01
  3. Jousting for the New Generation: Challenges to Contemporary Schooling by David Loader, 2007-07-20
  4. FireDrakes, Chronicles of the Daemon Knights by David Korinetz, 2007-10-15
  5. Jousting With Shadows (Historical Romance) by Sarah Westleigh, 1998-01
  6. BRITISH Heritage Magazine August/September 2001 Jousting! Knightly Contests of Skills and Horsemanship (Lost Gardens of HELIGAN, A living Museum of 19th-Century Horticulture)
  7. IN BRITAIN - Volume 41, number 8 - August 1986: The Seat of Power; On the Town: Hawick; Doing What Comes Reasonably Naturally; All in a Day's Work; History at Full Tilt: Jousting; Romantic and Troubled; Sweet and Low; The End of the Pier is Nigh by Bryn (editor) (Brian O'Hanlon; Diane McNair-Wilson; Rob Neillands; David Frank, 1986-01-01
  8. THE TOURNAMENTITS PERIODS AND PHASES - THE BEST WORK IN ENGLISH ON THE NOBLE SPORT OF JOUSTING AND THE PAGEANTRY THAT ACCOMPANIED IT by R. COLTMAN CLEPHAN, 1967
  9. Jousting with the Jackal by Madeleine O'Callaghan, 1988
  10. Thomas Kinsella: jousting with evil.(Critical Essay): An article from: Yearbook of English Studies by Maurice Harmon, 2005-01-01
  11. DRAGON #118 (Magazine - February 1987) "Competition Issue: Archery, Jousting, Gladiatorial Arenas, Nibar's Keep Game"
  12. Renaissance Fair: Jousting, March of Cambreadth, Minstrel, All's Faire in Love, Renaissance Magazine, Huzzah!, Itinerant poet,
  13. Renaissance Reenactment: English Civil War Reenactment, Renaissance Fair, English Civil War Society, Jousting, March of Cambreadth, Minstrel
  14. Jousting with rent seekers: Bruce Davie and tax-exempt bonds.: An article from: National Tax Journal by Dennis Zimmerman, 2004-09-01

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Organises state championships and teams to national competitions.
http://pennsylvaniajousting.com/
Welcome to The Pennsylvania
Jousting Club
In early 1999 a handful of Pennsylvania residents decided that there was a need for a
Pennsylvania State Jousting Club. It was decided that the best way to accomplish this
was to hold a Pennsylvania State Jousting Championship. In September 1999 the first
Pennsylvania State Jousting Championship was held at Wizard's Knoll Farm, the home
of Jean and Dale Donhauser. The tournament was an unbridled success and Mrs. Peggy
Hoffman, the Maid of Dragon's Lair, was crowned the first Pennsylvania State
Champion. Pleased with the turnout of riders and the success of the tournament an
informal meeting was held following the tournament where it was decided that the PJC
would be founded with the nomination and acceptance of the following officers: In 1999 our first officers were: President: Jean Donhauser- The Maid Of Wizard's Knoll Vice President: Peggy Hoffman- The Maid of Dragon's Lair Treasurer: Pam Richardson- The Maid of Black Rock Secretary: Gloria Hammerstein- The Maid of Bay Glen Statistician: Bruce Hoffman - The Knight of Maple Hill For our current Officers, Schedule, and other information please check the links

2. V&A And The National Archives | The Tudors | Joust
An interactive demonstration of jousting in the court of Elizabeth I, by the Victoria and Albert Museum.
http://www.tudorbritain.org/joust/
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3. Long's Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival
International tournament held at the Longs Peak Scottish and Irish Highland Festival.
http://scotfest.com/Scottish_Festival/Jousting.html
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            Realgestack Heavy Armor and 2010 Light Armor
This year the Longs Peak Scottish/Irish Highland Festival has added new excitment to the jousting venue with heavy armor competition. Heavy armor jousting was prominent in periods of the 15th and 16th century. The purpose of the competition is for each competitor to try to dislodge the opponent from his/her horse. Where as in light armor jousting the purpose of this competition is for the comptetior to strike his opponet shield at a designated spot. This jousting was popular in the 12th and 13th century. Both jousting events are dangerous and only for the bravest of competitors.
2010 PRIZE MONEY (See Jousting Information and Forms for details - click on the jousting icon above)
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4. Jousting - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
jousting in its basic form is a martial contest between two knights mounted on horses and using lances. It can also consist of a series of competitions using a variety of
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Joust" redirects here. For other uses, see Joust (disambiguation) Tilting with a lance at a Renaissance Fair Jousting in its basic form is a martial contest between two knights mounted on horses and using lances . It can also consist of a series of competitions using a variety of weapons, usually in sets of three per weapon (such as tilting with a lance , blows with the battle axe , strokes with the dagger , or strokes with a sword ), often as part of a tournament Jousting was one of many types of martial games in the Middle Ages . These games, requiring great skill, were referred to generically as hastiludes Though the first recorded tournament was staged in 1066, jousting itself did not gain in widespread popularity until the 12th century. citation needed It maintained its status as a popular European sport until the early 17th century. Jousting was added to tournaments several centuries after their inauguration. The joust permitted a better display of individual skill and, although dangerous, offered large sums of prize money. Many knights made their fortune in these events, whilst many lost their fortune or even life. For example, Henry II of France died when his opponent's lance went through his visor and shattered into fragments, blinding his right eye and penetrating his right

5. Jousting At AllExperts
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6. Jousting: Information From Answers.com
Medieval Western European mock battle between two horsemen who charged at each other with leveled lances in an attempt to unseat the other. It probably originated in France in
http://www.answers.com/topic/jousting

7. Jousting Championships
The riders' helmets are closed, and they raise 12foot lances. Rope strung between posts separates their lanes, or the lists. At a signal the horses charge.
http://www.joustingchampionships.com/jousters.html
2007 Roster
Rules, scoring, and entry guidelines
Charlie Andrews
Greg Canter ~ Sir Barchan
Wayne Fletcher ~ Sir William Falstaff ...
Richard Element
Note: This roster is tentative and subject to change.
The riders' helmets are closed, and they raise 12-foot lances. Rope strung between posts separates their lanes, or the lists. At a signal the horses charge . Their heavy hooves pound grass. The knights keep the lances raised until the last second, cradled on their outside arms. Just as they meet they lower the lances to the horizontal, across their bodies, aiming for the opponent.
On the first pass one nicks the other, earning a point. On the second pass the other makes a solid enough contact to shatter the balsa wood end-section of the lance, scoring again. On the third pass he plants his lance solidly in the target and feels his opponent slip off his mount. An unhorsing. The crowd goes wild. Witness this year's competition and experience the extreme sport of Jousting. This year's competitors are:
Charlie Andrews
Charlie has been jousting for a number of years and has gained a reputation as a hard hitter. He is an adventurer, daredevil athlete and a warrior made of hard steel and sex appeal who enjoys flirting with both women and danger. He descends from a long line of Native American nobility and warrior blood lines of the Shoshone (Mono) Nation. An avid horseman, he is an award-winning showman who dominated in hunter-jumper and dressage divisions. A thrill seeker he moved into rough stock events where he excelled in bareback, saddle bronc, and bull riding.

8. International Jousting League
An international jousting and re-enactment community made up of five divisions and sixteen nations.
http://www.internationaljoustingleague.tk

9. National Jousting Association: The Sport Of Kings
National jousting Association Home of the National jousting Association describing the history, rules, and schedules for modernday Tournament (ring) joustingthe longest
http://www.nationaljousting.com/

10. Jousting - ENotes.com Reference
Get Expert Help. Do you have a question about the subject matter of this article? Hundreds of eNotes editors are standing by to help.
http://www.enotes.com/topic/Jousting

11. Amateur Jousting Club Of Maryland
Established in 1958, the AJC has hosted more than 650 tournaments in its history.
http://ajc.psyberia.com/

12. Jousting Championships And Renaissance Faire
The jousting Championships and Renaissance Faire takes place every September in Angels Camp, CA. The event hosts the West Coast's only heavy armor jousting competition, along with
http://www.joustingchampionships.com/
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The Jousting Championship is on hiatus for 2008.
Maybe we'll be back in 2009. In the mean time, check out Hooliefest! , a brand new music festival in Sonora, coming September, 2008.
  • New special events Friday! Knight's Feast and Media Day Three stages with jesters, jugglers and renaissance entertainers. Check out the Music Schedule. Take our survey Acres of renaissance village with over 1000 costumed reenactors plus food, drink and vendors Check out last year's photos A totally immersive, all outdoor event The most riders we've ever had! Sword fighting, armored tournament and longbow archery Expanded layout, better parking, more music.
Live Music
Stand Easy (right) returns to the Calaveras Fairgrounds. Band front man, piper John Allan is a world renowned piper and has played with various performers such as Korn, The Chieftains, Michael Flattley, Charlotte Church, The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and The Tonight Show Band.

13. The Knight And Medieval Jousting: Tournaments And Lancing In The Middle Ages
A medieval tournament could be a bloody and brutal spectacle, even a fight to the death.
http://www.suite101.com/content/the-knight-and-medieval-jousting-a49343

14. Jousting
The background of modern jousting as performed by the New Riders of the Golden Age.
http://www.warhorse.com/jousting.html
A Knight cannot shine in war if he has not prepared for it in tournaments...
Full contact jousting
I n our beginning...
Bearing in mind that the sport with all of its experts and their experience had passed on some 400 years earlier, we began with only a few horses paired with a strong desire to engage in an ancient and time-honored tradition. It was time that the spectacle of full contact jousting was reborn.
Reviving jousting from scratch left a great deal to experimentation. This process was an evolutionary one, as none of the original participants were still around to ask for advice or assistance. All that remained were some texts left by those who scribed for the sport. Practical experience really needed to be gained, and there is only one way to get that...
Since our inception, and in the more than two decades of our existence, The New Riders of the Golden Age has been established as the premier jousting troupe in the country. Each year we perform from coast to coast for millions of people at Renaissance faires, state and county fairs, and special events. As performers in a show, we follow a script. The nature of the situation and its variables requires that we be open to improvisation. This allows us to keep the show fresh and alive for the audience as well as ourselves. The script sets the pace and gives a foundation to the excitement already existing from our energy.

15. The Hanlon-Lees Action Theater
Over a quartercentury of experience - jousting, Wild West reenactments, fight choreography, film stunts, prop/costume rental, and much, much more.
http://www.hanlon-lees.com/

16. Society Of Tilt And Lance Cavalry - Jousting In Calgary
Canadian not-for-profit for mediaeval-style mounted jousting in full armor. Photos, schedules, and information about the society.
http://members.shaw.ca/joust/
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Not-for-profit Canadian organization for mounted jousting in full armour, Horse rescue. Information about: Authentic historical re-enactment troupe, heavy armor mounted jousting in Canada, horse rescue and retraining, Knights in training, Squire's training, Mounted games, joust, jousting, jouster, jousts, jousters, celtic, lances, swords, calgary stampede, calgary, medieval, mediaeval, middle ages, military, cavalry, renaissance, tilt, lance, equine, equestrian, combat, horse, horses, horseman, Belgian, Shire, rider, chivalry, chivalrous, knight, knights, squire, mounted, calgary, alberta, canada, canadian, international, world, armour, armor, radar, goddard, realgestech, welshgestech, southern italian, northern italian, history, historical, re-enactment, reenactment, re-enact, Society of Tilt and Lance Cavalry, canadian, national, competition, stalc, s.t.a.l.c.
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17. The Jousting Tournament In Medieval Times
National jousting Association Home of the National jousting Association describing the history, rules, and schedules for modernday Tournament (ring) joustingthe longest
http://www.nationaljousting.com/history/medieval.htm

18. Penis Jousting - Uncyclopedia, The Content-free Encyclopedia
FileCockfight.GIFTemplateAn unarmed man jousting with Mc'phineas Penii. for odd reasons the man with no penis won.
http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Penis_jousting

19. Jousting: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
A knight was a member of the warrior class of the Middle Ages in Europe who followed a code of law called chivalry . In other IndoEuropean languages, cognates of cavalier or
http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Jousting
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Discussion Ask a question about ' Jousting Start a new discussion about ' Jousting Answer questions from other users Full Discussion Forum Encyclopedia Jousting in its basic form is a martial contest between two knight Knight A knight was a member of the warrior class of the Middle Ages in Europe who followed a code of law called "chivalry". In other Indo-European languages, cognates of cavalier or rider are more prevalent suggesting a connection to the knight's mode of transport...
s mounted on horses and using lance Lance Lance is a catchall term for a variety of different pole weapons based on the spear. The name is derived from lancea, Roman auxiliaries' javelin, although according to the OED, the word may be of Iberian origin. Also compare longke, a Greek term for lance.A lance in the original sense is a light...
s. It can also consist of a series of competitions using a variety of weapons, usually in sets of three per weapon (such as tilting with a lance Lance Lance is a catchall term for a variety of different pole weapons based on the spear. The name is derived from lancea, Roman auxiliaries' javelin, although according to the OED, the word may be of Iberian origin. Also compare longke, a Greek term for lance.A lance in the original sense is a light...

20. WassonArtistry.com
Welcome to The Joust! Here you will find a selection of photos from past years of jousting at the Sands Point Medieval Faire.
http://www.wassonartistry.com/show.php?id=jousting

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