Medieval Warfare: Stagnant or Flowing?
The medieval era has often been considered the Dark Ages, a time of little civil development and simple, almost backwards, social systems. Medieval warfare specifically has been regarded with little respect and has been seen to lack military artistry. From this fertile, yet uncultivated, ground comes the early modern period of European history. The main point of contention is the cavalry's early dominance over European culture, which inevitably will be replaced by infantry soldiers. Several scholars have argued the importance of medieval contributions to the artistry of war. One schol…
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