JMMH vol. 7 (2009)

Journal of Medieval Military History vol. 7

Journal of Medieval Military History

Volume VII: The Age of the Hundred Years War

This seventh volume of the Journal of Medieval Military History has a particular focus on western Europe in the late middle ages, and specifically the Hundred Years War; however, the breadth and diversity of approaches found in the modern study of medieval military history remains evident. Some essays focus on specific texts and documents, including Jean de Bueil’s famous military treatise-cum-novel, Le Jouvencel; other studies in the volume deal with particular campaigns, from naval operations to chevauchées of the mid-fourteenth century. There are also examinations of English military leaders of the Hundred Years War, approaching them from prosopographical and biographical angles. The volume also includes a seminal piece, newly translated from the Dutch, by J.F. Verbruggen, in which he employs the financial records of Ghent and Bruges to illuminate the arms of urban militiamen at the end of the middle ages, and analyzes their significance for the art of war.

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

The Military Role of the Order of the Garter by Richard Barber

The Itineraries of the Black Prince’s Chevauchées of 1355 and 1356: Observations and Interpretations by Peter Hoskins

The Chevauchée of John Chandos and Robert Knolles: Early March to Early June, 1369 by Nicolas Savy

‘A Voyage, or Rather an Expedition, to Portugal’: Edmund of Langley’s Journey to Iberia, June/July 1381 by Douglas Biggs

The Battle of Aljubarrota [1385]: A Reassessment by João Gouveia Monteiro

‘Military’ Knighthood in the Lancastrian Era: the Case of Sir John Montgomery by Gilbert Bogner

Medieval Romances and Military History: Marching Orders in Jean de Bueil’s Le Jouvencel introduit aux armes by Matthieu Chan Tsin

Arms and the Art of War: The Ghentenaar and Brugeois Militia in 1477-79 by J. F. Verbruggen, translated by Kelly DeVries

DOCUMENTS

Accounting for Service at War: the Case of Sir James Audley of Heighley

The Black Prince in Gascony and France [1355-6], According to MS78 of Corpus Christi College, Oxford

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