|Book Title:||Dei gesta per Francos. Crusade Studies in Honour of Jean Richard|
|Book Type:||PDF Book|
|PDF Size:||37.86 Mb(s)|
|Post Date:||October 8, 2023|
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Dei gesta per Francos. Crusade Studies in Honour of Jean Richard
Siege Warfare During the Crusades by Michael S. Fulton is an in-depth exploration of one of the most critical aspects of medieval warfare. This meticulously researched book takes readers on a captivating journey through the tumultuous era of the Crusades, shedding light on the strategic and tactical intricacies of siege warfare.
Fulton begins by setting the historical context, delving into the origins and motivations behind the Crusades. He paints a vivid picture of the religious fervor, political ambitions, and economic factors that led to the clashes between Christian and Muslim forces in the Holy Land. This comprehensive backdrop provides readers with a solid foundation to understand the significance of siege warfare during this period.
The author then delves into the evolution of siege warfare techniques, highlighting the advancements made during the Crusades. From the early rudimentary methods to the sophisticated tactics employed in later campaigns, Fulton meticulously examines the strategies, weaponry, and engineering marvels that shaped the outcome of sieges. Through.