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Medeival Warfare

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Transcript of Medeival Warfare

Medieval Sieges
What is a siege?
By Kat, Paige, Alexa, Varun, and Rogan
Medieval Warfare
Houscarls
Two Houscarls with a spearman
Infantry
Tactics at the Battle of Hastings
A Houscarl Shieldwall
Pikemen
used pikes in battle
pikes were long spears
Norman Cavalry
General
Vintenar
Norman Cavalry Assaulting the Shieldwall
Cavalry
Danes (Vikings)
Knights
A Viking Boars' Head Formation, "Swynfylking"
Lancers
Squire
Projectile
Roles in the Medieval Army
Pikemen
Archers
Crossbowmen
Archers on Horseback
Support Troops
Musician
Standard Bearer
Bowyer
Fletcher
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Works Cited
Danelaw
England
Ireland
Denmark
Types of Medieval Weapons
Bladed Hand Weapons
Blunt Hand Weapons
Polearms
Ranged Weapons
Falchion
Stilletto
Morning Star
Flail
Mace
Spears
Lances
Pikes
Bows
Crossbows
Javelins
Famous Battles
The Battle of Hastings
- was a war between England (King Harold) and Normandy (Duke William)
- started on the 14th of October, 1066
- Normady won, claiming England
- took place in 1138
- often referred to as the battle of standards
- two hours into the battle, the scots fled, leaving the english victorious
Battle of Northallerton
The Second Barons' War
- Simon de Montfort and other barons against Royalist forces led by Prince Edward
Seiges
- started because Simon de Montfort ran away and married King Henri's sister, without anyone's permission
(1264–1267)
Battle of Legnica
- This battle was between the invading Mongol forces and an alliance of European soldiers led by Henry the Pious of Silesia.
- Although the European soldiers were double in number than the Mongol ones, King Henry lost the battle.
took place in 1241
Sieges were protracted, messy affairs
Heavy Losses
Disease
Hunger
Both, the besiegers and the besieged were affected by:
Warfare used by the besiegers included:
Wheeled Ladders
Battering Rams
A siege is a military blockade of a city or fortress with the intent of conquering by attrition or assault.
Catapults
Moats
Wall Towers
Warfare used by the besieged included:
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