Medieval Warfare IV.2

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When thinking about medieval battles, most people will picture an all-male cast of soldiers, knights, and generals. However, women could also play a role in warfare throughout the Middle Ages, appearing on the battlefield in various instances – from female Viking warriors during coastal raids to Joan of Arc at the Siege of Orléans.

Theme: Female knights and fighting princesses - Medieval women as warriors
  • Owen Rees, 'Historical introduction'.
  • The Source – Santa Agnese Jansone, 'Female warriors around the Baltic Sea during the Viking Age'.
  • David Balfour, 'Sichelgaita of Salerno: warrior princess'.
  • Filippo Donvito, 'Queen Tamar of Georgia (1184-1213)'.
  • Gareth Williams, 'Manipulation and the maid: Joan of Arc'.
  • Nils Visser & Willeke Snijder, Joanna of Flanders'.
  • Jean-Claude Brunner, 'One woman, two husbands: Margaret, Countess of Tirol'.
  • The Campaign – Kenneth Cline, 'The campaigns of George Maniaces'.
  • The Warrior – Mike Ingram, 'The enforcer: Falkes de Breauté'.

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