JMMH vol. 1 (2003)

Journal of Medieval Military History, Volume 1

Table of Contents

Introduction to the First Volume, by Bernard S. Bachrach

The Vegetian ‘Science of Warfare in the Middle Ages, by Clifford J. Rogers

Battle Seeking: The Contexts and Limits of Vegetian Strategy, by Stephen Morillo

Italia – Bavaria – Avaria: The Grand Strategy behind Charlemange’s Renovatio Imperii in the West, by Charles R. Bowlus

The Composition and Raising of the Armies of Charlemagne, by John France

Some Observations on the Role of the Byzantine Navy in the Success of the First Crusade, by Bernard S. Bachrach

Besieging Bedford: Military Logistics in 1224, by Emilie Amt

‘To aid the Custodian and Council’: Edmund of Langley and the Defense of the Realm, June – July 1399, by Douglas Biggs

Flemish Urban Militias Against the French Calvary Armies in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, by J. F Verbruggen (translated by Kelly DeVries)

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