Crusaders, Condottieri, and Cannon: Medieval Warfare in Societies around the Mediterranean

By Donald J. Kagay; L. J. Andrew Villalon | Go to book overview

The illustration on the cover is from BL MS Harley 4379 f. 60r, reproduced by permission of the British Library.

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Crusaders, condottieri, and cannon: medieval warfare in societies around the mediterranean / edited by Donald J. Kagay and L. J. Andrew Villalon. p. cm.—(History of warfare; v. 13) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 9004125531 1. Mediterranean Religion—History, Military. 2. Mediterranean Region—History, Naval. 3. Spain—History—711-1516. 4. Military art and science—History—Medieval, 500-1500. 5. Battles—Mediterranean Region—History. 6. Islamic Empire—History, Military. I. Kagay, Donald J. II. Villalon, L. J. Andrew. III. Series.

DE94. C78 2002 355′.009182′20902—dc21 2002025362

Die Deutsche Bibliothek–CIP-Einheitsaufnahme
Crusaders, condottieri and cannon: medieval warfare in societies
around the mediterranean / ed. by Donald J. Kagay and L. J. Andrew
Villalon.–Leiden; Boston; Köln: Brill, 2002
(History of warfare; Vol. 13)
ISBN 90-04-12553-1

ISSN 1385-7827
ISBN 90 04 12553 1

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