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Medieval Warfare Magazine: Volume 11, Issue #1

Code: KARMW_11_1
Manufacturer: Karwansaray Publishers
Medieval Warfare Magazine: Volume 11, Issue #1

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Description:
Medieval Warfare XI.1 with Medieval military technology

In this issue, we try to understand the effect of technology on medieval warfare. What impact did guns, stirrups, and other innovations actually have?

Theme: Medieval military technology

Peter Konieczny, 'Technology and medieval warfare - From stirrups to longbows'.
Kelly DeVries, 'War and technology in the Middle Ages - Catapults are still not atomic bombs'.
Steven A. Walton, 'The stubborn persistence of the stirrup thesis - A transformative technology that wasn't'.
Dan Spencer, 'Calais and its fortifications: 1347-1485 - England's home away from home'.
Peter Konieczny, 'Getting Mars on your side - Astral magic and warfare'.
David Zimmerman, 'War and technology from a modern perspective - Neither catapults nor atomic bombs'.

Features:

Michael Livingston, 'Owain Glyndŵr takes on the English - The Battle of Bryn Glas, 1402'.
Sidney E. Dean, 'Rise and fall of the Vandals in North Africa - The hundred-year kingdom'.
Randall Moffett, 'The advantages of mobility - The mounted crossbowman'.
Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'Fourteen firearms from Hasselt - The early handgun'.
Tomaž Lazar, 'Frontier warfare in medieval Slovenia - At the crossroads of empires'.
Michael S. Fulton, 'Explaining the location of Crusader castles - Control and defend'.
Vicky McAlister, 'Small and effective fortifications - The tower house'.

...and much, much more!