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A history podcast about the Middle Ages and warfare during those times. From knights to Vikings, crusaders to kings, we will explore the medieval world and its military history. Hosted by the editor of Medieval Warfare magazine, this podcast features guests discussing various topics about warfare, including battles, sieges, weapons, military organization, chivalry and more. We will have conversations with the leading historians and archaeologists in the field, who can tell us about the lates ...
 
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We bring Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries to talk about which battles from the Middle Ages we would have really liked to have seen firsthand. It’s a wide-ranging conversation that takes from Hattin to Bruges and from Rhodes to Crecy. Unsung heroes, amazing encounters, and a little Monty Python in this conversation that we recorded at the Intern…
 
Just in time for the latest movie about the legendary medieval ruler, we speak with Christopher Berard about King Arthur. From the earliest stories of how he would return from the dead to the role he played in medieval politics, the story of Arthur is one that continues to fascinate us. Sorry about the audio we recorded at this conference, we know …
 
We’re joined by two guests - Niall Christie and Michael Fulton - to talk about the papers they gave at the recent Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America. They reveal some of the new and interesting ways historians and archaeologists are studying the crusades and the medieval Middle East. Sorry about the audio we recorded at this conferen…
 
Did the Middle Ages have its own version of The Walking Dead? We talk with Scott Bruce, author of The Penguin Book of the Undead, about some strange medieval tales, including a horde of dead soldiers roaming the countryside around Normandy. Sorry about the audio, we know its not great but we thought the content was interesting enough to share. Next…
 
The crusades are a very popular topic. It is also can be one of the most controversial, with books and websites offering misinformation, exaggerations and falsehoods. We take a look at how historians are dealing with the challenges of writing about the crusades with our guest Professor Andrew Holt of Florida State College. He recently co-edited the…
 
In this episode we follow the Norse raiders who attacked much of Western Europe from about the ninth to the eleventh centuries. What made the such a threat and how did rulers of Europe respond to them. We are joined by Danielle Turner, a historian who specializes in the Vikings and the author of the featured article in the latest issue of Medieval …
 
There are hundreds, if not thousands of historians who research and write about wars, battles, and the military of the Middle Ages. Why do we want to do this, and what is it that we think the world should know about medieval military history. Our guests for today are: Daniel Franke is assistant professor of history at Richard Bland College of Willi…
 
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