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    Knight training

    Hello,

    What is the English for the thing on the picture below? We call it "kvintána" but I cannot find the right English analogy to it ...



    Thank you very much
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    Re: Knight training

    It's a quintain.

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    Re: Knight training

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    It's a quintain.
    That´s exactly what I am looking for! I thought the English term would be probably very close to the Czech kvintána but I made a mistake in trying to find something like quintane or quintana. The only result of my search was I got the name of a Colombian biker Nairo Quintana.

    Thanks a lot for help.
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