Studies on Mounted Warfare in Asia II: The Iranian Tradition – The Armoured Horse Archer in the Middle East, c. ce 550–1350

@article{Alofs2015StudiesOM,
  title={Studies on Mounted Warfare in Asia II: The Iranian Tradition – The Armoured Horse Archer in the Middle East, c. ce 550–1350},
  author={Eduard Alofs},
  journal={War in History},
  year={2015},
  volume={22},
  pages={27 - 4}
}
  • E. Alofs
  • Published 1 January 2015
  • History
  • War in History
In this article the author models the Iranian military tradition of west Asia on the basis of the Roman literature of the early Byzantine period and the Arabic and Persian literature of the Muslim period. 
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