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Essays on strategic thinking and practice in medieval warfare.This special edition of the Journal aims to respond to the lively debate in recent years as to whether medieval military history was characterized by particular types of strategy, be it Grand, Vegetian or Battle-Seeking, It brings together many of the pre-eminent military historians active today to examine a number of cases that display the complexity and diversity of strategic realities, as well as exploring new models and methodological avenues in evaluating medieval strategies. Material ranges chronologically from the late Roman Empire to the late Middle Ages, and geographically from the Baltic and the British Isles to Iberia and the Crusader States, while the topics explored include the Viking Wars, the English long bow, and the economies of conquest.
Contributors: Richard Abels, Bernard Bachrach, Matthew Bennett, Luis Carcía-Guijarro, Dolores García Oliva, John France, John Gillingham, Stephen Morillo, Leif Inge Ree Petersen, Nicolas Prouteau, Clifford Rogers, Manuel Rojas Gabriel,
Journal of Medieval Military History
BISAC HIS037010, HIS027130, HIS010020
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