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  • Medieval Warfare IX.2

    Medieval Warfare IX.2 with Rise and fall of the Assassins Carole Hillenbrand looks at the origins and development of the Nizaris in medieval Syria and Iran — and one of their most infamous tactics. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare IX.1

    Medieval Warfare IX.1 with the Battle of Agincourt revisited We know the who, when and why behind the events at Agincourt. In this issue, we take a fresh look at exactly where the battle took place. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VIII.6

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    Medieval Warfare VIII.6 with Louis IX and the Seventh Crusade It was one of the most well-planned military campaigns of the Middle Ages, but the French king finds that conquering Egypt is no simple feat. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VIII.5

    Medieval Warfare VIII.5 with The Umayyad Caliphate versus the Byzantine Empire (674-718) Before its fall in 1453, Constantinople would be subjected to numerous sieges, including two early offensives by the Umayyad Caliphate in the 7th and 8th centuries. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VIII.4

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    Medieval Warfare VIII.4 with Birkebeiner versus Bagler Sverrir Sigurdsson leads the Birkebeiner to victory, but can they hold off the Bagler and keep control of Norway? Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VIII.3

    Medieval Warfare VIII.3 with the Battle of Vlaardingen In the year 1018 a band of Frisian ’pirates’ face-off against the powerful Ottonian Empire. What happens will shock both sides. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VIII.2

    Medieval Warfare VIII.2 with Edward I's invasion of Wales A look at how the English and the Welsh went to war in the thirteenth-century and the great castles that are a legacy of that conflict. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VIII.1

    Medieval Warfare VIII.1 with John Hawkwood in Italy This famous condottiere made a fortune as a military commander. How did an Englishman gain such fame in Renaissance Italy? Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VII.6

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    Medieval Warfare VII.6 with The legend of El Cid He was called The Campeador and El Cid, but what do we really know about the Castilian warrior Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar? Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VII.5

    Medieval Warfare VII.5 with The murder of Charles the Good The County of Flanders erupts into civil war after Charles is killed. As Bruges falls into chaos, the fight to become the new count begins. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VII.4

    Medieval Warfare VII.4 with The Battle of Hattin. Fought on July 4, 1187, Saladin’s victory over King Guy of Lusignan paved the way for the reconquest of Jerusalem. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VII.3

    Medieval Warfare VII.3 with Tournaments and jousting in the Middle Ages. Steven Mulhberger leads our issue that looks at the the rise of tournaments and jousts, from their beginnings as ‘bloodless battles’ to the events which were more theatre than sport. We will be covering tournaments from Byzantium to the Holy Roman Empire, and feature the famous Combat of the Thirty. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VII.2

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    Medieval Warfare VII.2 with The Battle of Lincoln Forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215, King John soon made clear he had no intention of actually following its commandments. By the Summer of that year, the First Barons' War had begun. It pitched the king versus his barons, who looked for help from king Philip II of France. In the spring of next year, Londoners celebrated the entry of French Prince Louis, who soon had much of the south-eastern part of the country under his control... Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VII.1

    Medieval Warfare VII.1 with the Viking Invasion Formidable warriors, skilled sailors, and legendary heroes, the Vikings left an indelible mark on medieval Europe (and beyond). This issue explores the Viking attacks in France and Iberia, including their sieges of Paris in the ninth century. Read also about what archaeological findings are revealing about the possibility of Viking warrior women. Plus, discover the medieval stories of undead armies, and how mining was used as a siege tactic in the Middle East. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VI.6

    Medieval Warfare VI.6 with the German Peasants' Revolt Hundreds of thousands of peasants rise up to overthrow the elites of 16th-century Germany. Will they succeed? This issue covers the German Peasants War, a massive rebellion that took place in the years 1524 to 1525. It’s a story of terror and tragedy, as well as of war leader who had an iron hand. Read also about why forest management was important to warfare, and the interesting story of a medieval weapon that never existed. Learn More
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