8 edition of Medieval European armies found in the catalog.
|Statement||text by Terence Wise ; colour plates by Gerald Embleton.|
|LC Classifications||U37 .W55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p., p. A-H of plates :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||76362927|
This book is a richly illustrated history of warfare in Western Europe during those years. Part One, the early Middle Ages, covers the late Romans, the Germanic invaders and Byzantines, the Franks, the Vikings and Hungarians, and the Anglo-Saxons and Normans in England. This book explains the special nature of Scandinavian armies, shaped by the relative weakness of kings and aristocrats, and the contrasts between the separate nations of the North. While Scandinavia's 'Viking Age' is one of the most studied aspects of early medieval history, much less has been published about the centuries that : $
Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage is the author of Medieval Armies and Weapons in Western Europe ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Vauban and /5. Moors—or more frequently their heads, often crowned—appear with some frequency in medieval European heraldry, though less so since the Middle Ages. The term ascribed to them in Anglo-Norman blazon (the language of English heraldry) is maure, though they are also sometimes called moore, blackmoor, blackamoor or negro. .
Mercenaries were a common feature throughout most of Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries, and had been known far earlier. But nowhere did such a sophisticated system of hiring, payment and organisation of mercenaries develop as it did in Italy. The condottiere - whose name came from the condotta or contract between himself and his employer - was the result. Whether commander or humble. In medieval Germany violence was accepted far more than in other kingdoms. Kings were recognised as guardians of order, but this had its limitations. Lords expected to use force to secure their rights or win an argument when peaceful methods were not sufficient. Christopher Gravett does a fine job of examining the organisation and campaigns of German medieval armies from , in a volume.
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Medieval European Armies (Men at Arms Series, 50) Paperback – Ap by Terence Wise (Author)4/5(5). Medieval European Armies (Men-at-Arms Book 50) - Kindle edition by Wise, Terence, Embleton, Gerry, Martin Windrow.
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Using detailed color plates, this beautifully illustrated book describes the myriad of armies and navies that fought for control of Italy in the Middle great powers of medieval Europe fought continuously in the Italian peninsula between the 12th and Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing.
This fascinating study by Terence Wise explores the organization, weapons and equipment of the armies who fought across Medieval Europe, from the Hundred Years' War () to the fight against the Moors in Spain, and the French invasion of Italy in more/5.
Gerry Embleton has been a leading historical illustrator since the early s specialising in the 18th and 19th centuries. An illustrator, and author, of a number of Osprey titles he has lived in Switzerland since the early s. This is a reference book on the armies of the German Medieval Armies.
The subject of this book cover the armies from the time of Emperor Otto III ( C.E. [Common Era] through C.E.) until the time of Emperor Otto IV ( C.E. through C.E.)4/4(10). This is a wonderful reference book to have at hand while reading books on German History.
This particular book follows directly from another book also by Christopher Gravett, which overs the German medieval armies for the period of time from C.E. (Common Era) until C.E/5(8). Parallel with this emergence of the nations came the development of national armies to protect the newly-won borders and independence, yet Download books» History, Military» Medieval European Armies, Book 50 (Men-at-Arms).
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"Italian Medieval Armies" is a typical Osprey Publishing book from the mid 's. The text by David Nicolle is mediocre at best. Nicolle's writing reminds me of reading someone's master's thesis.
It is all very earnest but nevertheless clumsy and not very deep/5(7). Battering rams Catapult Trebuchet Ballista Siege tower. Almost continual warfare raged in Europe during the period These wars were the furnaces in which many of the modern European nations were forged.
Parallel with this emergence of the nations came the development of national armies to protect the newly-won borders and independence, yet throughout this period the old feudal method of raising an army persisted. This fascinating study by. Medieval China was a pretty serious war machine and if it was possible to clash with a European state at the time, which knew how the outcome could turn out.
China was too busy fighting against its neighbors; therefore, causing some serious trouble given the numbers it possessed, we are simply going to assume that China was a force not to be. 50 Medieval European Armies MAA German Armies MAA Italian Armies MAA Hungary and Eastern Europe Campaign 46 Lake Peipus Artist's Note Readers may care to note that the original paintings from which the colour plates in this book were prepared are available for private Size: 9MB.
I mainly used Medieval Armies and Weapons in Western Europe: An Illustrated History non-academically for information regarding the names and descriptions of various armor and other implements used during the various conflicts and periods blanketed under the 'Medieval Western Europe' moniker.
The prose is very accessible and the illustrations are useful as 'fashion model' type /5. The Numberless Hordes: Keeping Your Fantasy Armies a Little Less Fantastic No European medieval society obligated or even allowed serfs, slaves, and other "unfree" men to serve in an offensive force.
They might be pressed into service to defend a siege, but even that was unusual. Ancient and Medieval Warfare. Beyond these four books.
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[Terence Wise; 3M Company.] -- Almost continual warfare raged in Europe during the period These wars were the furnaces in which many of the modern European nations were forged. Parallel with this emergence of the. Medieval Europe Armies of the Middle Ages consisted of noble knights, rendering service to their suzerain, and hired footsoldiers In the earliest Middle Ages it was the obligation of every aristocrat to respond to the call to battle with his own equipment, archers, and d: Field army xxxx, Army group / Front xxxxx.
In A Song Of Ice And Fire books, many chapters depict roaming armies and stray soldiers pillaging villages, murdering peasants regardless of allegiance. Were our history's medieval European armies similar to that?
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