Siege Warfare and Military Organization in the Successor States (400-800 AD): Byzantium, the West and Islam
BRILL, 15. ruj 2013. - Broj stranica: 852
Siege Warfare follows the adaptation of late Roman military organization among successor states to 800 AD from Francia to the Caliphate, as siege technology, military infrastructure and administrative techniques throughout the Mediterranean derived from 4th and 5th century imperial innovations.
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