JMMH vol. 12 (2014)

journal of medieval military history

volume 12

9781843839361The latest collection of the most up-to-date research on matters of medieval military history contains a remarkable geographical range, extending from Spain and Britain to the southern steppe lands, by way of Scandinavia, Byzantium, and the Crusader States. At one end of the timescale is a study of population in the later Roman Empire and at the other the Hundred Years War, touching on every century in between. Topics include the hardware of war, the social origins of soldiers, considerations of individual battles, and words for weapons in Old Norse literature.

Contributors: Bernard S. Bachrach, Gary Baker, Michael Ehrlich, Nicholas A. Gribit, Nicolaos S. Kanellopoulos, Mollie M. Madden, Kenneth J. McMullen, Craig M. Nakashian, Mamuka Tsurtsumia, L.J. Andrew Villalon

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations and Maps

Some Observations Regarding Barbarian Military Demography: Geiseric’s Census of 429 and Its Implications by Bernard S. Bachrach

War Words and Battle Spears: The kesja and kesjulag in Old Norse Literature by K. James McMullen

The Political and Military Agency of Ecclesiastical Leaders in Anglo-Norman England: 1066-1154 by Craig M. Nakashian

Couched Lance and Mounted Shock Combat in the East: The Georgian Experience by Mamuka Tsurtsumia

The Battle of Arsur: A Short-Lived Victory by Michael Ehrlick

Prelude to Kephissos (1311): An Analysis of the Batle of Apros (1305) by Nikolaos S. Kanellopoulos and Ioanna K. Lekea

Horse Restoration (Restaurum Equorum) in the Army of Henry of Grosmont, 1345: A Benefit of Military Service in the Hundred Years’ War by Nicholas A. Gribit

The Indenture between Edward III and the Black Prince for the Prince’s Expedition to Gascony, 10 July 1355 by Mollie M. Madden

Investigating the Socio-Economic Origins of English Archers in the Second Half of the Fourteenth Century by Gary Baker

War and the Great Schism: Military Factors Determining Allegiances in Iberia by L. J. Andrew Villalon

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