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Medieval Warfare podcast

Oct 25, 2017

We're joined by Daniele Cybulskie, aka The Five Minute Medievalist, to talk about the Arthurian legends, and why she thinks that Sir Gawain was the greatest knight from the Round Table.

Oct 10, 2017

Valerie Eads joins the podcast to give a paper she originally delivered earlier this year at the International Congress on Medieval Studies. A fascinating and thought-provoking examination of how historians have been looking at the role of women in medieval warfare.

Sep 21, 2017

We welcome Craig Nakashian to the podcast to talk about how bishops and other clergy could find themselves involved in medieval warfare. If someone took up the ecclesiastical life in the Middle Ages, could they still be a warrior?

Jul 18, 2017

This episode of medieval warfare podcast takes a look at a topic not discussed enough: logistics.

We're joined by John Hosler and Ilana Krug to talk about how medieval armies get organized, fed and supplied, and how this can often determine which side is victorious in medieval campaigns.

Jul 3, 2017

Peter is joined by Peter Vemming of the Medieval Centre in Demark.

The Middelaldercentret is an experimental living history museum in Denmark, which depicts the middle ages in the Denmark of the late 14th and early 15th centuries.