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John D. Hosler, Morgan State University
In John of Salisbury, John D. Hosler examines the military content in the corpus of John of Salisbury, a prodigious writer and major English intellectual figure in the twelfth century A.D.
John H. Pryor and Elizabeth M. Jeffreys
This analysis of the ships of the Byzantine navy from the sixth to twelfth centuries is a fascinating, and totally original discussion of the surviving texts which record and report them and the relationship of those texts to the physical reality of the ships themselves.
This book places early modern Scottish maritime warfare in its European context. Its formidably broad range of sources sheds light on many previously little known, or unknown, aspects of naval history. It also provides many valuable new perspectives on the importance of the sea to the Scots, and ...
This comparative study focuses on the history, organization, and personnel of the central convent, an institution at the heart of the international military religious orders of the Hospital and the Temple, in Jerusalem, Acre, and Cyprus, from 1099/1120 to 1310.
Vauban under Siege is the first systematic comparison of the theory of Vaubanian siegecraft with its reality, contrasting military engineering’s pursuit of the efficient siege with generals' contradictory search for rapid conquest, purchased at the cost of additional lives.
Edited by Patrick J. Speelman
This volume is the first compilation and only modern edition of General Lloyd's political, economic and historical treatises and military memoirs. As such it provides fresh insight into the study of war and society during the Age of the Enlightenment.
This volume explores in fascinating detail the French use of partisan warfare during the Dutch War (1672-78). It demonstrates how Louis XIV succeeded in using partisan warfare in accomplishing his aggressive goals of conquest in the Spanish Netherlands.
Paul Douglas Lockhart
This study of Danish foreign policy in the late sixteenth century examines the efforts of Denmark’s King Frederik II (1559-88) to create an international alliance of European Protestants as protection against advances of Counter-Reformation Catholicism.
Starting with the analysis of the diary kept by Constantijn Huygens Jr in the second half of the 17th century, this book sketches a panoramic view of life among Dutch regents and at the court of William and Mary, including an eyewitness account of the Glorious Revolution, and highlighting themes ...
Edited by Marco van der Hoeven
A Publication of new research on different aspects of warfare in the age of the Dutch Revolt. An important survey of the state of affairs by Dutch historians, all experts in their field.
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