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Armi Bianche Italiane
by Boccia, Lionello G. ; Coelho, Eduardo T.

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—Updated Jun 14, 2011



Sheaths, Scabbards and Grip Coverings: Use of Leather for Portable Personal Objects in 14th-16th Century Turku (Archaeologia Medii Aevii Finlandiae)
by J. Harjula

Turku was the most important town in medieval Finland, and this study presents the leather finds from archaeological surveys in the town and castle over the last ...

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Anglo-Saxon Weapons & Warfare
by Richard Underwood

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Knives and Scabbards (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London)
by J. Cowgill, M. de Neergaard, N. Griffiths

Knives were vital to medieval man for a whole range of uses, from the domestic to the wider social context: Anglo-Saxon pre-Christian burials bear silent witness to ...

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The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England: Its Archaeology and Literature
by Hilda Roderick Ellis Davidson

This study concerns the importance of the sword in Anglo-Saxon and Viking society, with reference to surviving swords and literary sources, especially "Beowulf". ...

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Byzantine Armies 886–1118 (Men-at-Arms)
by Ian Heath

The Byzantines had a remarkably sophisticated approach to politics and military strategy. Unlike most of their contemporaries, they learnt very early in their ...

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As is usual with Osprey books that Angus Mcbride illustrated the pictures in this one are very good. There is also a pretty decent bit of information on the organization of the Byzantine Army during the period.
—Updated Oct 14, 2005



The Armies of Agincourt (Men-at-Arms Series 113)
by Christopher Rothero

Henry V became King of England in 1413. He was one of the great warrior kings of the country, cast in the same mould as Edward I and Edward III. He was just, pious, ...

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Both the illustrations and content of this book are very general. An attempt to put to much into too small a volume in my opinion.
—Updated Oct 14, 2005



Landsknechts (Men-At-Arms Series, 58)
by Douglas Miller

The Landsknechts were German mercenaries who served during the reigns of Maximilian I and Charles V in the sixteenth century. Having signed up, these Landsknechts ...

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As is usual with Osprey books this one is a cursory view of the subject however the illustrations in this one are good with a nice amount of detail. It also introduces some of Maximillians more important reforms that lead to the creation of Lansknecht armies and talks ...
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—Updated Oct 14, 2005



Medieval Siege Warfare (Elite)
by Christopher Gravett

During the Middle Ages siege warfare played a vital role in military strategy. Sieges were far more numerous than pitched battles, ranging from small-scale affairs ...




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Towton 1461: England's bloodiest battle (Campaign)
by Christopher Gravett

On a bitterly cold Palm Sunday, 29 March 1461, the army of King Edward IV met that of his Lancastrian enemies on a snow-covered battlefield south of the village of ...




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