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- Wed May 21, 2008 3:45 pm
- Forum: 1100-1500
- Topic: What is known about Late Medival battlefield Combat?
- Replies: 45
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Except most people would be relatively well off folk from the artisan and mercantile class so unsused to being in the rural trades This is not my understanding of the Wars of the Roses at least. I don't have the book to hand, but IIRC, in John Gillingham's book on the subject he suggests a figure o...
???Adam R wrote:(although not with the Hastings MSS esque blanket) they locate them beautifully.
I fail to understand that comment. Were you referring to the Medieval Siege Society wearing blankets at Hastings? I am not aware that they were (although personally I haven't been).
I have generally played a Lancastrian, but that was entirely down to modern rather than historic circumstances. When I started WotR re-enactment there seemed to be a lot of people playing die-hard Yorkists and most of the options for historic battles were Yorkist victories (which makes sense statist...
- Fri Oct 12, 2007 2:40 pm
- Forum: 1100-1500
- Topic: Professional Soldiers in the WotR
- Replies: 49
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Who did the Pastons hire as home defence - passing farmers? (Not sarcastic: Were they passing lfarm labourers?). I will try and get BGA or Falk to come to this thread and answer that question; their group is based on the documentation from the Paston letters about those me: William Penny's Company ...
- Thu Jan 26, 2006 11:04 am
- Forum: General History
- Topic: How to improve battles?
- Replies: 313
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To add my 2p to the fighting archer element of this discussion, this is something I believe the MSS is planning to do more after the success of tests last season. Part of the inspiration for this was the excellent Towton Archer interpretation at Leeds Armoury. This interpretation suggests an image o...