Batalla de Castillón 1.453. Arqueros y hombre de armas igleses expulsando a los franceses de una abadia cerca de castillon antes de la batalla.

Batalla de Castillón 1.453. Arqueros y hombre de armas igleses expulsando a los franceses de una abadia cerca de castillon antes de la batalla.

"... and the inhabitantes and dwellers in everye of them to exercise themselfe with longe bowes in shotinge at the same, and elles wher on holy daies and other times conveniente." The law of archery practice that has never been repealed.

"... and the inhabitantes and dwellers in everye of them to exercise themselfe with longe bowes in shotinge at the same, and elles wher on holy daies and other times conveniente." The law of archery practice that has never been repealed.

The Battle of Crecy August 26, 1346  fought between Edward III and King Philip VI of France, was one of the most important battles in the Hundred Years' War.  Sources disagree over  the size of the armies, the English army cited as numbering 10-34,000 strong, the French army 35-120,000 strong. Due to their organization, their cannons, and their longbowmen, the English won the day.  The new weapons and tactics employed marked an end to the era of the feudal warfare of knights on horseback

The Battle of Crecy August 26, 1346 fought between Edward III and King Philip VI of France, was one of the most important battles in the Hundred Years' War. Sources disagree over the size of the armies, the English army cited as numbering 10-34,000 strong, the French army 35-120,000 strong. Due to their organization, their cannons, and their longbowmen, the English won the day. The new weapons and tactics employed marked an end to the era of the feudal warfare of knights on horseback

Художні реконструкції середньовічних угорських воїнів

Художні реконструкції середньовічних угорських воїнів

Vikings fight Saxons at the battle of Stamford Bridge (september 25, 1066)

Vikings fight Saxons at the battle of Stamford Bridge (september 25, 1066)

Arte Medieval, Cavaleiros, Príncipe, Armour

The siege of Harfleur, Normandy, France, was a military action which occurred during the Hundred Years' War. It began on 18 August 1415 and ended on 22 September, when the French port of Harfleur surrendered to the English.

The siege of Harfleur, Normandy, France, was a military action which occurred during the Hundred Years' War. It began on 18 August 1415 and ended on 22 September, when the French port of Harfleur surrendered to the English.

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