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Medieval Warfare Blog

  • Being struck by a springald

    Siege machines would have been the most powerful weapons of war possessed by a medieval army. Read more
  • The Cambridge History of War goes to the Middle Ages

    A first look at The Cambridge History of War, Volume 2: War and the Medieval World, edited by Anne Curry and David Graf. Read more
  • The Black Fog that defeated an army

    Medieval chroniclers often attribute victory or defeat in battle to divine forces. As the following example shows, this can come in the form of some strange weather. Read more
  • Ballad of the War Wagons

    Carts grumble and rattle and horses whinny and neigh as the conscripts pass, bows and quivers strapped to their waists. Read more
  • Preview of The Art of Medieval Warfare - our 2020 Special Issue

    Take a look as we flip through our Special Issue for 2020, where we showcase the best artwork created for Medieval Warfare over the last ten years.  Read more
  • Why this book will be a must-read for medieval military historians

    This might be the most valuable book to be published in recent years for the field of medieval military history, and will surely have a huge impact on those studying and writing about warfare in the later Middle Ages. Read more
  • Preview of Medieval Warfare 10:3

    A video preview of issue 10:3 of Medieval Warfare, where we flip through the magazine and showcase the articles you can find inside. Read more
  • The Battle of Brunanburh - the view from the 18th century

    He entered into a confederacy with Anlaf, who had collected a great body of Danish pyrates, whom he found hovering in the Irish seas; and with some Welsh princes, who were terrified at the growing power of Athelstan: and all these allies made by concert an irruption with a great army into England. Read more
  • The War Poetry of Oswald von Wolkenstein

    Few medieval warriors could say they had such an interesting and varied career as Oswald von Wolkenstein. Fewer still could say they also wrote poems and songs about it. Read more
  • Preview of Medieval Warfare 10:2

    A new video of Peter talking about the latest issue of Medieval Warfare, which focuses on civil wars in the Middle Ages. Read more

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