History of War

ARMS AND ARMOUR OF LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE

“MEDIEVAL KNIGHTS WERE EVIDENTLY TOUGH ON THE INSIDE AS WELL AS ON THE OUTSIDE”

Author: Robert C. Woosnam-Savage Publisher: Royal Armouries Museum Price: £9.99 Released: 30 September 2017

THE BUSINESS OF BATTLE, IN ALL ITS MEDIEVAL SAVAGERY

There are a lot of myths about the medieval world, from flat earthers to primae noctis, and not least among

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