By Kelly Devries
There's probably no different extra energetic region for learn in medieval background than medieval army heritage, with its attendant and complementary box, the heritage of medieval army expertise. some time past two decades, it sounds as if extra significant scholarly inroads were made during this box than in the other old style of medieval reports or chronological interval of army historical past. What this has intended is that it's now more challenging to take care of with the entire developments and resources within the box than ever ahead of. therefore the necessity for a reference paintings which covers what has formerly been written and which, in flip, can help the coed, either the more matured educational and the newbie, to enhance his or her paintings in medieval army heritage or the historical past of medieval army expertise. using library catalogues, bibliographies, and footnotes, this bibliography has compiled the main whole checklist of secondary references to works in medieval army historical past and the background of army know-how. It retains rather strictly to a geography which facilities on traditional medieval boundaries-Europe, Byzantium, and the center East. although, the chronology does vary from the normal medieval dates. as a result of its impact at the early center a while, references to overdue Antiquity, specially to the army background and expertise of the 3rd- and fourth-century Roman Empire were integrated. For the other cause, the effect of the center a while at the 16th and early 17th centuries, references to army historical past and know-how as much as 1648 were integrated besides. this can be particularly vital within the research of the Ottoman Turkish Wars and fingers and Armor, the place the tip of the 15th century as a chronological terminus makes little feel.
Read or Download A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology (History of Warfare, 8) PDF
Best medieval books
In 1277 Edward I accumulated an important military and marched into Wales to subdue the insurgent Welsh princes who endured to raid and pillage English managed parts of Wales, or even England itself. A key a part of his technique of subjugating and colonizing the Welsh was once to erect a fortress at each aspect the place his military rested, to supply everlasting bases for English garrisons and a visible reminder of English energy.
From runic inscriptions to sagas, this booklet introduces readers to the vibrant international of previous Norse-Icelandic literature. An advent to the vibrant international of outdated Norse-Icelandic literature. Covers mythology and relations sagas, in addition to much less recognized parts, akin to oral story-telling, Eddaic verse and skaldic verse.
This booklet presents the 1st translations in English and a initial research of the commentaries at the chreia bankruptcy in Aphthoniuss common Progymnasmata, a school room advisor on composition. The chreia, or anecdote, was once a well-liked shape that preserved the knowledge of philosophers, kings, generals, and sophists.
This booklet examines marvels as tangible gadgets within the literary, courtly, and artisanal cultures of medieval England, yet those shrewdpermanent units, neither totally semiotic nor only positivist items, are imbued with assorted cultural importance that illuminates in new methods the usual literature of the Ricardian interval.
- Cicero. Selected Letters
- Society, Medicine and Religion in the Sacred Tales of Aelius Aristides
- Knowledge and the sciences in medieval philosophy. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy (S. I. E. P. M.) Vol. 1
- Altnordische Philologie. Norwegen und Island
- Polyeideia: The Iambi of Callimachus and the Archaic Iambic Tradition (Hellenistic Culture and Society)
Extra resources for A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology (History of Warfare, 8)
Munich, 1956. Werner, Karl Ferdinand. “La ‘Conquête franque’ de la Gaule: Itinéraires historiographiques d’une erreur,” Bibliothèque de l’école de chartes 154 (1996), 7-45. Werner, Karl Ferdinand. ” In: Vom Frankenreich zur Entfaltung Deutschlands und Frankreichs. Ed. Karl Ferdinand Werner. Sigmaringen: J. Thorbecke, 1984, pp. 1-11. White, Stephen D. ” In: Portraits of Medieval and Renaissance Living: Essays in Memory of David Herlihy. Ed. K. Cohn Jr. A. Epstein. Ann Arbor, 1996, pp. 107-30. Wilcox, P.
Mango and G. Dagron. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1995, pp. 131-42. Hrochová, Vera. “Byzance et les turcs seljoukides, 1071-1204: Aspects socio-économiques,” Byzantinoslavica 54 (1993), 142-46. BYZANTIUM 45 Ilieva, Annetta. “The Byzantine Image of War and Peace: The Case of the Peloponnese,” Byzantinische Forschungen 19 (1993), 183-92. Kaegi, Walter E. “The Byzantine Armies and Iconoclasm,” Byzantinoslavica 22 (1966), 48-70. Kaegi, Walter E. ” In: Feeding Mars: Logistics in Western Warfare from the Middle Ages to the Present.
1-1300. Ed. N. Jørgensen and B. Clausen. Copenhagen, 1997, pp. 19-24. Jarnut, J. “Beobachtungen zur den langobardischen Arimanni und Exercitales,” Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtgeschichte, Germanischen Abteilung 88 (1971), 1-28. Jørgensen, Lars, Kurt W. Alt, and Werner Vach. ” In: Military Aspects of Scandinavian Society in a European Perspective, AD. 1-1300. Ed. N. Jørgensen and B. Clausen. Copenhagen, 1997, pp. 10312. King, Charles. “The Veracity of Ammianus Marcellinus’ Description of the Huns,” American Journal of Ancient History 12 (1987 for1995), 7795.
A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology (History of Warfare, 8) by Kelly Devries