This volume examines the study and reconstruction of medieval and early modern fight-books and related subjects. The subjects covered range from manuscript studies to philology, from Aristotelian physics to martial musicality, from medieval textuality to women and warfare.
First in new five-part series presenting full-colour facsimiles, transcriptions and... Læs mere
1381: The Peel Affinity builds a portrait of a world long lost, using gorgeous photographs filled with carefully researched and reconstructed clothing, tools, armor, furnishings, and other items, all based closely on surviving artefacts, manuscript illustrations, and paintings.
The Chronicle of the Bourbon Duke Louis II is translated here into English for the first time. A striking picture of the Hundred Years' War, it provides vivid... Læs mere
This book describes a campaign of the Hundred Years War in 1380-1. The campaign itself was a great chevauchee, or... Læs mere
Bringing together some of the most important accounts of medieval jousting, especially those of the jousts at St. Inglevert, this is a direct look at the sources that have influenced our modern ideas and reconstructions of late medieval jousting.
In this volume Steven Muhlberger translates the historical accounts of the Combat of the Thirty and then examines both what contemporaries thought, and how the battle has been remembered through the centuries, giving readers a window into late medieval chivalric culture.
A complete translation of the earliest known version of the Twelve of England, Professor Fallows presents the text in both the medieval Portuguese and an accompanying English... Læs mere
Third in new five-part series presenting full-colour facsimiles, transcriptions and translations of the... Læs mere
In this first, printed edition of Falkner's work, a full translation and analysis, combined with a photographic reproduction of the... Læs mere
This book takes you to the fencing School of celebrated renaissance rapier Master Nicoletto Giganti of Venice. This faithful... Læs mere
Steven Muhlberger turns his pen to the final section of Charny's work to reveal what it tells us about how medieval 'men-at-arms'... Læs mere