A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and by Kelly Devries

By Kelly Devries

There's probably no different extra energetic region for examine in medieval background than medieval army heritage, with its attendant and complementary box, the background of medieval army know-how. some time past 20 years, it appears extra significant scholarly inroads were made during this box than in the other historic style of medieval reports or chronological interval of army background. What this has intended is that it really is now more challenging to take care of with all the traits and assets within the box than ever ahead of. accordingly the necessity for a reference paintings which covers what has formerly been written and which, in flip, will help the coed, either the more matured educational and the newbie, to enhance his or her paintings in medieval army heritage or the background of medieval army expertise. using library catalogues, bibliographies, and footnotes, this bibliography has compiled the main whole checklist of secondary references to works in medieval army background and the historical past of army expertise. It retains relatively strictly to a geography which facilities on traditional medieval boundaries-Europe, Byzantium, and the center East. besides the fact that, the chronology does range from the normal medieval dates. due to its effect at the early heart a long time, references to past due Antiquity, specifically to the army historical past and expertise of the 3rd- and fourth-century Roman Empire were incorporated. For the other cause, the impression of the center a long time at the 16th and early 17th centuries, references to army historical past and know-how as much as 1648 were integrated besides. this is often particularly vital within the examine of the Ottoman Turkish Wars and hands and Armor, the place the tip of the 15th century as a chronological terminus makes little experience.

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Bachrach, Bernard S. “Procopius, Agathias and the Frankish Military,” Speculum 45 (1970), 435-41. Bachrach, Bernard S. “Some Observations on the ‘Goths’ at War,” Francia 19 (1992), 205-14. BARBARIAN INVASIONS 29 Barnwell, P. “War and Peace: Historiography and Seventh-Century Embassies,” Early Medieval Europe 6 (1997), 127-39. Bernet, Anne. Clovis. Lyon: LUGD, 1996 Bertolini, O. ” In: Ordinamenti militari in occidente nell’alto medioevo. Settimane di studio del centro italiano di studi sull’alto medioevo, XV.

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