Medieval Warfare #2 (Vol. 6)

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The revival of infantry tactics in the Late Middle Ages.

Medieval Warfare #2 (Vol. 6)

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In this issue:
Theme: The War of the Sicilian Vespers Jona Lendering, 'Causes for the War of the Sicilian Vespers - Pope against king'.
Marc DeSanits, 'Ships of the 13th century Angevin navy - Of oars and men'.
Arnold Blumberg, 'An unjust and unneccessary enterprise - The crusade against Aragon'.
Robert Holmes, 'Italian and Sicilian armies, ca. 1282-1302 - Men of the setting sun'.
William E. Welsh, 'Charles of Anjou - Papal strongman'.
Daniel Mersey, 'Dueling knights, circa 1282 - Pageantry in plaster'.
Alberto Raúl Esteban Ribas, 'Peter of Aragon versus Charles of Anjou - The Challenge of Bordeaux'.

Richard Kroes, 'A battle revisted - Karbala'.
David Balfour, 'A queen and an empress at odds - The War of the Two Matildas'.
Jonathan Sneddon, 'The Siege of Caerlaverock Castle - The gateway to England'.
Mike Ingram, 'The Battle of Shrewsbury - A brave defiance'.
Murray Dahm, 'Medieval warfare in film - King Arthur'.
Sidney Dean, 'William Wallace and Robert the Bruce - Scottish profiles in leadership'.
... and more!

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Author various
Publisher Karwansaray Publishes
Page Count 58pp
Publication Size 8.25 x 11.75
Publication Notes Saddle-stitched, color
Publication Date May 24, 2016
ISBN n/a

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