The Medieval Siege

Author: Jim Bradbury
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 9780851153124
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Sieges were a vital strategic weapon in medieval warfare. This book explores developments in siege tactics and the personal experiences of those who were involved.

The Medieval Siege

Author: Malcolm Hebron
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
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This book is the first full-length study of an important theme in medieval literature.

The Medieval City Under Siege

Author: Ivy A. Corfis
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 9780851157566
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New Perspectives on Medieval Siege Warfare: An Introduction Michael Wolfe
The Pennsylvania State University, Altoona The rise of towns in medieval Europe
brought profound changes to the nature and practice of war as it had evolved
since the demise of the Roman Empire in the West. As economic and population
centers, medieval towns held immediate strategic significance in a society where
power had long largely resided in the countryside. After the eleventh century,
however, ...

A History Of The Early Medieval Siege

Author: Peter Purton
ISBN: 9781843834502
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This book goes back to the original sources to present a comprehensive view of the whole subject, tracing links across continents and analysing the relationship with changes in the design of town and castle defences, and linking ...