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* Chronique: Journal of Chivalry

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* De Re Militari: Association for the Advancement of Classical and Medieval Military Studies [NetSERF Select]
"The De Re Militari Society is a group of scholars interested in medieval warfare. You can find information about our organisation, news about forthcoming books and conferences, as well as articles and primary sources dealing with warfare in the Middle Ages."

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* Grey Company Trebuchet Page

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* "Medieval Military Logistics: A Case for Distributed Agentbased Simulation" by Bart Craenen, Georgios Theodoropoulos, Vinoth Suryanarayanan, Vincent Gaffney, Philip Murgatroyd, John Haldon [NetSERF Select]
Abstract: "Historical studies are frequently perceived to be characterised as clear narratives defined by a series of fixed events or actions. In reality, even where critical historic events may be identified, historic documentation frequently lacks corroborative detail that supports verifiable interpretation. Consequently, for many periods and areas of research, interpretation may rarely rise above the level of unproven assertion and is rarely tested against a range of evidence. Simulation provides an opportunity to break cycles of academic claim and counter-claim. This paper discusses the development and utilisation of large scale distributed Agent-based simulations designed to investigate the medieval military logistics in order to generate new evidence to supplement existing historical analysis. The work aims at modelling logistical arrangements relating to the battle of Manzikert (AD 1071), a key event in Byzantine history. The paper discusses the distributed simulation infrastructure and provides an overview of the agent models developed for this exercise."
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* Medieval Warfare Blog: News from Archaeology in Europe

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* "Medieval Warfare: How to Capture a Castle with Siegecraft" by Lise Hull
"During the Middle Ages, a besieging army needed manpower, siege engines, and, more often than not, patience in order to carry a fortress." Article for the Spring 2004 edition of Military History Quarterly.

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* "Mongol Empire: Chormaquan and the Mongol Conquest of the Middle East" by Timothy M. May
"One of Genghis Khan's less-famous generals masterminded a brilliant campaign through Persia, Georgia and Armenia." Article from Military History magazine.

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* Select Bibliography on Medieval Tournaments
A select and occassionally annotated bibliography about medieval tournaments.

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* The Soldier in Later Medieval England: An exciting new AHRC research project [NetSERF Select]
Database of military service records of medieval soldiers serving from 1369 to 1453.
Note: Database of military service records of medieval soldiers 1369-1453          

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