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Siege Warfare and Military Organization in the Successor States (400-800 AD): Byzantium, the West and Islam
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure andExpand
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Appendix One Reconstructing the Arab invasion of Palestine and Syria from contemporary sources and the importance of Arab siege warfare
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure andExpand
Chapter Four The Last Legions on the Rhine
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure andExpand
Chapter Three The Successor States in the West
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure andExpand
Chapter Seven Appropriation of Military Infrastructure and Knowledge
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure andExpand
Siege Warfare in the Successor States: Byzantium, the West, and Islam, 400–800 A.D. : Volume I I: Corpus Obsidionum
Siege Warfare in the Successor States: Byzantium, the West, and Islam, 400–800 A.D. : Volume I I: Corpus Obsidionum
Chapter Eight Diffusion of the Traction Trebuchet
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure andExpand
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