Medieval Warfare IX.3 with The 1527 Sack of Rome
Editor Peter Konieczny sets out how foolish decisions and cruel bloodlust resulted in a terrible tragedy and human suffering on a grand scale during the 1527 Sack of Rome.
Medieval Warfare IX.3
Theme: The 1527 Sack of Rome
Peter Konieczny, ''Hell itself was a more beautiful sight' - The 1527 Sack of Rome'.
Alexander Brondarbit, 'The final clash of the Wars of the Roses - The Battle of Stoke Field'.
Ilana Krug, 'Medieval military logistics - The practicalities of managing an army'.
Randall Moffett, 'The Tercios - Sixteenth-century infantrymen'.
Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'Where there's smoke, there's fire - The Arquebus'.
Mollie Madden, 'How to succeed in a Chevauchée - The Black Prince raids in France in 1355'.
Michael S.Fulton, 'The 'Turkish' trebuchet - Stolen technology or invented terminology?'.
Peter Konieczny, 'A medieval parody of warfare - The Battle of Anesin'.
Cait Stevenson, 'Sacking Liège - The arbitrary side of medieval warfare'.
Murray Dahm, 'Ivan the Terrible - Medieval Russia on screen, part 1'.
...and much, much more!