Medieval Warfare III.4

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In the early 13th century AD, the Languedoc region of southern France became the stage for one of the most brutal and controversial military campaigns of the Middle Ages. During the Albigensian Crusade, as it would come to be known, the French Crown, the Papal States, and many Crusaders fought to eradicate Catharism, which had been branded a dangerous heresy.

Theme: The Albigensian Crusade

  • Kevin Krahenbul, 'Historical introduction'.
  • The Source – Andrei Pogacias, 'The Cronica of Guillaume de Puylaurens'.
  • Gareth Williams, 'Simon de Montfort and the Siege of Termes'.
  • Sidney Dean, 'The Battle of Muret'.
  • Nils Visser, 'Arnaud Amaury and the first phase of the Albigensian Crusade'.
  • Stephen Bennett, 'The Crusade of Louis VIII'.


  • Special – Brian Burfield, 'The mutilated, lame and blind - Disabled warriors in the Middle Ages'.
  • The Campaign – Russ Mitchell, 'The Hungarian invasion of Italy during the Neapolitan Succession War (1348-1352). Part I'.
  • The Warrior – Erich Anderson, 'The Christian Viking - Bishop Absalon and the Wendish campaigns'.

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