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The branches and twigs of the willow tree have been traditionally useful to [[artist]]s in the making of [[charcoal]] sticks for [[drawing]]. [[Wood]] from this tree was also popular for the construction of [[shield]]s, particularly [[Saxon]] and [[Viking]].
 
The branches and twigs of the willow tree have been traditionally useful to [[artist]]s in the making of [[charcoal]] sticks for [[drawing]]. [[Wood]] from this tree was also popular for the construction of [[shield]]s, particularly [[Saxon]] and [[Viking]].
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==See Also==
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* [[willow (Maplet)|Willow]] according to Maplet's ''[[A Greene Forest]]''
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Latest revision as of 02:12, 4 August 2007

The Willow is a species of tree.

The branches and twigs of the willow tree have been traditionally useful to artists in the making of charcoal sticks for drawing. Wood from this tree was also popular for the construction of shields, particularly Saxon and Viking.

See Also