Warriors and Their Weapons Around the Time of the Crusades: Relationships Between Byzantium, the West and the Islamic World
Ashgate/Variorum, 2002 - History - 324 pages
The technological relationship between the three main civilizations of the Western world - Byzantium, the Islamic world and the West - most particularly in the area of arms, armour and military technology is a field of research for which Dr Nicolle is not
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