By Clifford J. Rogers, Kelly DeVries, John France (ed.)
This 7th quantity of the magazine of Medieval army historical past has a selected specialise in western Europe within the overdue center a while, and particularly the Hundred Years struggle; even if, the breadth and variety of methods present in the fashionable learn of medieval army heritage is still glaring. a few essays concentrate on particular texts and records, together with Jean de Bueil's well-known army treatise-cum-novel, Le Jouvencel; different experiences within the quantity care for specific campaigns, from naval operations to chevauchées of the mid-fourteenth century. There also are examinations of English army leaders of the Hundred Years warfare, imminent them from prosopographical and biographical angles. the quantity additionally contains a seminal piece, newly translated from the Dutch, by means of J.F. Verbruggen, within which he employs the monetary documents of Ghent and Bruges to light up the palms of city militiamen on the finish of the center a while, and analyzes their importance for the paintings of warfare.
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Hewitt, The Black Prince’s Expedition, p. 71. ����������������� Tourneur-Aumont, La Bataille de Poitiers (1356), p. 97. 80 �������� Rogers, War Cruel and Sharp, pp. 348–50. indd 37 28/08/2009 13:44:23 3 The Chevauchée of John Chandos and Robert Knolles: Early March to Early June 1369 Nicolas Savy (Translated by Clifford J. The details, the military objectives, and the tactics of this operation, however, remain less than clear. Historians have shown little interest in it. Guillaume Lacoste, in the brief narrative contained within his monumental Histoire générale de la province de Quercy, often contradicts both Froissart and the archival documents regarding the chronology of the operation, which proves that he did not devote sustained attention to the campaign.
The prince left Brantôme on 10 August and passed via Quisser to Merdan, both of which have proved difficult to identify, en route to Rochechouart. The night of 10 August was passed at Quisser, where the army crossed a ford near a mill above which stood a strong castle. Bussière-Badil has been proposed as Quisser, but this is implausible since it does not stand on a river and is well to the west of the general line of march. However, Quinsac, six miles north-east of Brantôme along the Dronne, fits Baker’s description well.
Rogers has set out the course of events clearly elsewhere and evaluated the arguments for the prince having been either seeking or attempting to avoid battle. 77 The examination of the two earlier phases of the chevauchée support his thesis. First, until the crossing of the Vienne the emphasis was on deploying the force intact. In the second phase the focus was on destruction of towns and castles, but in a measured fashion with resources being conserved with the aim of combat with the French. The wide sweep to the east of the rearguard and its convergence with the main force in the vicinity of Châteauroux also points to a coherent plan to concentrate force for battle with the French.
The Age of the Hundred Years War by Clifford J. Rogers, Kelly DeVries, John France (ed.)