Medieval Warfare X.1

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In this issue of Medieval Warfare Geoffrey of Monmouth and Thomas Malory tell the story of King Arthur and show how warfare changed between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries.

Theme: The Arthurian legacy

  • Danièle Cybulskie, 'Warfare in Arthurian literature - The fall of Camelot'.
  • Murray Cook, 'Why did the Scots really win at Stirling Bridge - Literal tides of war'.
  • Beñat Elortza, 'Danish naval organisation in the late twelfth century - Of ships and men'.
  • John France, 'The limitations of victory - Conquering Cortenova'.
  • Randall Moffett, 'Defending Britain in the sixth century - The historic Arthur'.
  • Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'A weapon of commander and commoner - Of mace and men'.
  • Javier García de Gabiola, 'Brothers fighting in 15th-century Castile - The Second Battle of Olmedo'.
  • Martin J. Doughert, 'Trial by combat in the Middle Ages - Judicial duels'.
  • George Theotokis, 'Atrocities after the Battle of Kleidon - Basil the Bulgar-slayer?'.

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