Medieval Warfare Volume VII Issue 3
Medieval Warfare VII.3
Theme: Tournaments and jousting in the Middle Ages
- Steven Muhlberger, 'And the crowd went wild - A short history of tournaments'.
- Tilman G. Moritz, 'Old games and new order - The Tournaments of the Four Lands'.
- Conor Kostick, 'Quintain, dice and young knights - Jousting on the Firs Crusade'.
- Natalie Anderson, 'The Holy Roman Empire: pageantry & violence - Maximilian I, tournament fanatic'.
- Nicola Bergamo, 'He has not abandoned warlik custom - Manuel I Komenos & Byzantine jousting'.
- Danièle Cybulskie, 'A most marvelous deed of arms - The Combat of the Thirty'.
- Jacob Henry Deacon, 'Single combat during the Hundred Years' War - When it wasn't a game'.
- Laura Crombie, 'The Ghent Crossbow Tournament of 1440 - Shooting for prizes and honour'.
- Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'Their shields are pierced and shattered - The lance'.
- Shane Adams, 'The story of a modern-day knight - Jousting in the 21st century'.
- Murray Dahm, 'Right in everything but the details - Jousting on film'.
- Peter Konieczny, 'No aiming at unprotected parts - Tournament rules'.
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