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  • Medieval Warfare VI.5

    Medieval Warfare VI.5 with The Knights Templar Both admired and vilified, the mystique surrounding this order of holy knights remains a powerful force to this day. The Knights Templar are the theme of this issue - how this military order began in the 12th-century, the ways it operated on and off the battlefield, and the fascinating legacy they have in today’s culture. The Battle of La Forbie is recounted in this issue, where the Templars and other Crusaders would face off against the Khwarazmians. You can also read about the siege of Bedford Castle in 1224, and take a look at the strange images of a 15th century war-book. Learn More
    €8.50

  • Medieval Warfare VI.4

    Medieval Warfare VI.4 with The Norman invasion of Ireland A twelfth-century Irish king got more than he’d bargained for after enlisting foreign help in his bid for absolute power. This issue tells us about the Norman Conquest of Ireland, and the cast of characters who would battle for the island - Diarmait Mac Murchada, Richard de Clare and Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair. Read also about what we can learn from battlefield archaeology and the beautiful Book of Kells - Ireland’s greatest medieval masterpiece. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VI.3

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    Medieval Warfare VI.3 with The Byzantine-Sassanid Wars The Byzantine-Sassanid Wars are retold in this issue. It is the story of two powerful empires aiming to take control of the Middle East. Their growing rivalry would lead to the Battle of Nineveh in the year 627. Read also about the Strategikon – a Byzantine military handbook and the remarkable insights it has into the waging of warfare, as well as articles about crusaders in the Baltics and a comparison of the archers of Japan and Britain. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VI.2

    Medieval Warfare VI.2 with The War of the Sicilian Vespers An incident between French soldiers and a Sicilian wedding party would lead to a massive revolt on the island. Known as the War of the Sicilian Vespers, this struggle would determine dominance in the Mediterranean Sea. Our issue tells the story of the war on land and sea, and the rivalry between Peter of Aragon and Charles of Anjou. Read also about the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, how King Edward I besieged Caerlaverock Castle in 1300, and the clash in 12th-century England between two ladies named Matilda. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare VI.1

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    Medieval Warfare VI.1 with Reign of the Leper King The Kingdom of Jerusalem - and its ailing ruler Baldwin IV - are the focus of this issue. From ‘Deeds done beyond the sea’ to how leprosy left its mark on a king and on the crusader states, this issue explores the events of the second half of the the twelfth-century in the Holy Land. Read about the rise of Saladin and the Battle of of Montgisard in 1177. All this, plus articles on the Norse God Odin and the military career of St. Francis of Assisi. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare V.6

    Medieval Warfare V.6 with the Mongol invasion of Europe When the Mongols first appeared in Eastern Europe during the 13th century, nobody was prepared for their fast and merciless style of warfare. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare V.5

    Medieval Warfare V.5 with Naval warfare and piracy in the Middle Ages The medieval era is not usually known for its naval battles, but the Vikings, Byzantines and many others showed the value of taking to the waves. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare V.4

    Medieval Warfare V.4 with The Caliphate of Córdoba In the tenth century AD, an ambitious courtier in the Caliphate of Cordoba used the chaos of inter-clan warfare in Syria to expand his power in Muslim-controlled Spain. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare V.3

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    Medieval Warfare V.3 with The Yorkist Triumph Thanks to luck, superior leadership and a strong populist following, the House of York had much initial success in the Wars of the Roses. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare V.2

    Medieval Warfare V.2 with the Campaigns of Charlemagne Frankish heir to Ancient Rome focuses on the warrior king who is said to have brought peace, culture and, for some, Christianity. Whether this picture is true or not, there's no denying his military prowess. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare V.1

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    Medieval Warfare V.1 with Treason and Treachery: betrayal in the Middle Ages. This issue focuses on the other ways to get one's way: guile, treachery, betrayal on and off the battlefield. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare IV.6

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    Medieval Warfare IV.6 with The loss of Italy: Byzantium vs the Lombards This issue looks at the Lombard invasions and conquests of Italy, including attempted Byzantine resistance and reconquest. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare IV.5

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    Medieval Warfare IV.5 with Richard the Lionheart in the Mediterranean In this issue, we look at Richard the Lionheart's campaigns through Sicily, Cyprus and the Holy Land with articles on the Siege of Acre and the Battle of Arsuf. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare IV.4

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    Medieval Warfare IV.4 with The Burgundian Wars This edition of Medieval Warfare details the campaigns of Charles the Bold against the Swiss Confederacy. Learn More
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  • Medieval Warfare IV.3

    Medieval Warfare IV.3 with the First War of Scottish Independence Learn More
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