Medieval Warfare - Agincourt all the time
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Medieval Warfare IX.1
Theme: The Battle of Agincourt revisited
- Randall Moffett, 'The English man-at-arms at Agincourt - Fully armoured'.
- Michael Livingston, 'Finding a missing battlefield - Where was the Battle of Agincourt fought?'.
- Kelly DeVries, 'It is advised that there should be a large "battle" - The French battle plan at Agincourt'.
- William E. Welsh, 'A much less successful sequel - The crusade of 1101'.
- Steven Muhlberger, 'Taking the castle of Thurie - Stories from a knightly drinking party'.
- Ilana Krug, 'Military provisioning during the Great Famine - "Alas! I die from hunger!"'.
- Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'Modern testing of a medieval weapon - Arrows and arrowheads'.
- Terri Barnes, 'The intrigue of the female warrior - Lagertha, Joan of Arc, and Matilda of Tuscany'.
- Peter Purton, 'Military engineers in the middle ages - Castle builders and castle breakers'.
- Murray Dahm, 'Non-military films of the medieval world - In civilian garb'.
Medieval Warfare Special 2015 - 1415: The Battle of Agincourt with
- Brian Todd Carey - Historical introduction
- Michael Jones - Henry V as military commander
- Adam Chapman – Recruitment and organisation of the English Army
- Hugh Soar - The war bow
- Anne Curry - The Battle of Agincourt
- Jean-Claude Brunner - Too many dukes: The French commanders
- Bertrand Scherb - Recruitment and organization of the French army
- Tobias Capwell - French and English weapons and armour/equipment
- Nils Visser - The source: Agincourt on paper
- Stephen Cooper - Shakespeare and the myth of Agincourt
- Christophe Gilliot - A ‘gens d'armes’ at Agincourt
- Stephen Bennett - The aftermath
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