Medieval Warfare V.5 (PDF)
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.
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Medieval Warfare V.5
Theme: Naval warfare and piracy in the Middle Ages
- Scott Forbes Crawford, ‘Historical introduction - Yesterday a pirate, today a privateer’.
- Thomas Williams, ‘The Viking war-ship - Iron-studded dragons’.
- Alex Querengasser, ‘Klaus Störtebeker and the Victual Brotherhood - God’s friends and all the worlds’ enemies’.
- Paul Walsh, ‘Murtaugh “The great” and Irish naval power - The hand on the rudder’.
- William E. Welsh, ‘Roger of Lauria’s victory at Malta - Aragon’s naval hero’.
- Filippo Donvitio, ‘The Viking siege of Paris, 885-886 - Besieging an island-city’.
- Arnold Blumberg, ‘Medieval ship castles - Floating citadels’.
- Lucas McMahon, ‘The Emirate of Crete - Smoke on the water’.
- The battle: Erich B. Anderson, ‘The Battle of Myton - To Catch a Queen’.
- The weapon: Robert Holmes, ‘Handgonnes & hand cannons, c.1338-1475’.
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