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Adrian II
03-01-2005, 14:13
:help: Information emergency?
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TosaInu: Please visit http://forums.totalwar.org/?q=node/118 for the content.

Welcome to our on-line library, a tool for quick reference as well as in-depth research for players of TW games and mods.

There are seven titles:
1. General Resources
2. Ancient
3. Roman
4. Sengoku Jidai
5. Medieval
6. Early Modern
7. Napoleonic
There are subtitles for Nations and Empires if relevant to the games. Every (sub)title has headings for Background, Warfare, Maps and Primary Sources.


Legend

Each link is accompanied by an indicator of the site's language(s) (colored orange), the name of the .org member who contributed it (in small print) and a summary description of content and host (in Italics).

Some links are marked superb because they are worth visiting in their own right.

Some links occur under several headings – that’s because they’re the best.



Please help

This sticky is far from complete and I need your help. Please consider corrections and additions, or criticise the whole concept. Nit-pickers be my guest, I’m one of you. And please report any dead links.


Last checked on 20 November 2006





1. General Resources


:bobby: History Portals

History On-Line (http://www.history.ac.uk/search/welcome.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Meta-index of historical web sites by the Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Best of History Web Sites (http://www.besthistorysites.net/about.shtml) en courtesy AdrianII
Index of reliable sites by historian Thomas Daccord
GeoWorld History (http://geohistory.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Geopolitical database by International Affairs scholar Thomas Gilbert and software company GeoHistory
The Online Books Page (http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu) en courtesy AdrianII
Index of over 20,000 free books on the Web by University of Pennsylvania library
The History Journals Guide (http://www.history-journals.de) en courtesy AdrianII
Directory for journals and discussion lists by non-profit WWW Virtual Library
The History Net (http://www.historynet.com/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for scholars and students: searcheth, and thou shalt find many excellent articles

:knight: Military History

Military History Encyclopedia on the Web (http://www.rickard.karoo.net/main.html) en courtesy Tricky Lady
On-line encyclopaedia with indices for wars, battles, sieges, treaties, weapons, biographies and global timeline
De Re Militari (http://www.deremilitari.org) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Superb index of resources for Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History
Military Theory, Theorists & Strategy (http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/awc-thry.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by the United States Air War College
Stratisc.org (http://www.stratisc.org/index.html) fr courtesy Meneldil
Index of academic resources on military history and strategy by the Commission Française d’Histoire Militaire
Liste von Schlachten (http://infos.aus-germanien.de/Liste_von_Schlachten) ge courtesy Franconicus
German Wikipedia resource with detailed battle descriptions from 500 b.C. to the present
Military History Online (http://www.militaryhistoryonline.com) en courtesy Adrian II
Large site with articles and book reviews about mostly modern warfare by military author Brian Williams
Weapons Glossary (http://www.amazonminiatures.com/youandwhosearmy/weapons.asp) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Amateur site by private company Amazon Miniatures
Archery Articles (http://www.student.utwente.nl/~sagi/artikel) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised articles from the Journal of the Society of Archer-Antiquaries
The Legacy of the Horse (http://www.imh.org/imh/kyhpl1a.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Equestrian history resource by the International Museum of the Horse

:deal: Timelines

Military History Timeline (http://www.rickard.karoo.net/periodframe.html) en courtesy Tricky Lady
World chronology of war compiled by Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
A Military History Timeline (http://www.warscholar.com/Timeline.html) en courtesy AdrianII
World chronology of war based on Kohn's Dictionary of Wars (1968)

:lost: Maps

Historical Map Web Sites (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/map_sites/hist_sites.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Index maintained by Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas
History of Cartography (http://www.maphistory.info) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by Tony Campbell, retired librarian British Library
Tacitus Historical Atlas (http://www.tacitus.nu/historical-atlas/index.html) en/sw courtesy Meneldil
European Historical maps, population statistics and genealogical tables by Örjan Martinsson of Uppsala University

:baby: Genealogy

Royal and Noble Genealogical Data on the Web (http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/GEDCOM.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Tables and timelines for Western and Near Eastern royal and noble dynasties, caliphs, tsars, Popes and saints by computer scientist Brian Tompsett
Almanach de la Cour (http://www.chivalricorders.org/index3.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for European Royalty, Nobility and Military Orders by amateur Guy Stair Sainty
Regnal Chronologies (http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Tables of rulers, dynasties and pretenders by group of dedicated amateurs
World Genealogy Databases (http://www.genealogylinks.net/gen-int.htm) en courtesy Wellington
Links to genealogical tools by MyFamily.com, Inc., Utah

:beatnik2: Language & Etymology

Omniglot (http://www.omniglot.com/index.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
On-line guide to written languages of the world by language scholar and polyglot Simon Ager
The Indo-European Database (http://indoeuro.bizland.com/index8.html) en courtesy Khelvan
Digital database of articles by enthusiasts on Indo-European linguistics, history, archaeology and culture
Online Etymology Dictionary (http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?l=s&p=26) en courtesy AdrianII
On-line English etymology dictionary compiled by historian Douglas Harper
Lexigologos (http://www.lexilogos.com) fr courtesy AdrianII
Lexicology site by amateur Xavier Nègre with on-line dictionaries of world languages, toponymic sources, alphabet history and pronunciation keys

:scholar: Auxiliary Sciences

The Complete Wargames Handbook (http://www.hyw.com/Books/WargamesHandbook/Contents.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitized version of 1992 classic by James F. Dunnigan
Heraldica (http://www.heraldica.org) en courtesy AdrianII
Heraldry portal by amateur François Velde
Navigational Aids for the History of Science, Technology & the Environment (http://www.nahste.ac.uk) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database hosted by University of Edinburgh, UK
The Online Medieval and Classic Library (http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL) en courtesy AdrianII
Collection of Ancient and Medieval literary sources by amateur Douglas Killings
Art History Resources on the Web (http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Huge index site by art historian Christopher Witcombe of Sweet Briar College, Virginia
Ancient Body Art (http://salc.wsu.edu/fair%5Ff01/FS22/) en courtesy JohnCee
On-line resource of Washington State University on the significance and interpretation of body art in ancient civilizations
SYMBOLS.com (http://www.symbols.com) en courtesy Adrian II
On-line version of Thought Signs (1995) by Swedish psychologist and political scientist Carl Liungman with word and graphic indices for 2500 Western signs and symbols
Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society (http://home.cogeco.ca/~cmns) en courtesy Meneldil
Educational site with specialist articles, links section and essays on forgery
Encyclopedia Mythica (http://www.pantheon.org) en courtesy AdrianII
On-line encyclopaedia of world mythology, legend and folklore with genealogical tables, image gallery and bestiary by amateur Micha Lindemans and friends
’The Works of Fire’ (http://users.wpi.edu/~jforgeng/Metallurgy_and_Armoring.pdf) en courtesy AdrianII
Medieval metallurgy and armouring primer by Higgins Armory Museum, MA
Manybooks.net (http://www.manybooks.net/genre.php) en courtesy Quietus
Matthew McClintock's collection of 11.000 ebooks, mainly taken from Project Gutenberg
Dictionary of the History of Ideas (http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/DicHist/dict.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitized version of The Dictionary of the History of Ideas (1973-74) by Philip P. Wiener
Insects, Disease and History (http://scarab.msu.montana.edu/historybug/contents.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Resource by entolomogists Gary Miller and Robert Peterson

~:cool: Miscellaneous

Odin’s Castle of Dreams and Legends (http://www.odinscastle.org) en courtesy ROCKHAMMER
Highly personal archive of history and historical resources by nostalgic Paul Gwynn
The Story of Stupidity (http://stupidity.com/story1final/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
’In every civilization, in every age, the historical record is replete with examples of stupidity..’ (James F Welles, Ph.D.)
Medieval Pick-up Lines (http://www.pomian.demon.co.uk/pickup.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Been there, slain that.




2. Ancient :egypt:


Background

Livius – Articles on Ancient History (http://www.livius.org/home.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Superb collection of articles, references and primary sources by historian Jona Lendering
Lectures on Ancient and Early Medieval Europe (http://www.historyguide.org/ancient/ancient.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Sound, old-fashioned lectures by historian Steven Kreis
Index of Egyptian History (http://www.friesian.com/notes/oldking.htm) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross
Ancient World Web (http://www.julen.net/ancient) en courtesy AdrianII
Index for all things Ancient by historian and information systems designer Julia Hayden
Abzu Bibliography (http://www.etana.org/abzu) en courtesy AdrianII
Search engine for articles and websites on the Ancient Near East by archivist Charles Jones of The Oriental Institute in Chicago

Warfare

List of Battles before a.D. 601 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battles_before_AD_601) en courtesy Aurelian
Wikipedia resource for Eurasian battles up to 601 a.D.
De Re Militari (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ancientwarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Sources, resources and links for Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History
Slinging.org (http://www.slinging.org) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on man's earliest ballistic weapon by dedicated re-enactors

Maps

Bible Maps (http://www.studylight.org/se/maps) en courtesy Lotar
Superb collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org
Historical Atlas Resource - Europe (http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~atlas/europe/maps.html) en courtesy Aurelian
Animated and interactive maps for Antiquity and Early Middle Ages at University of Oregon
Ancient Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Historical maps and battle diagrams from U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Primary Sources

Internet Ancient History Sourcebook (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook.html) en courtesy Basileus
Index of on-line translated sources by Paul Halsall of Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
The Perseus Digital Library (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu) en courtesy AdrianII
Interactive digital library offering a wide range of textual and visual sources from Antiquity, hosted by Classics professor Gregory Crane of Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts
The Internet Classics Archive (http://classics.mit.edu/Browse/index.html) en courtesy Big John
Searchable database of classical Greek, Roman, Chinese and Persian texts hosted by MIT
Bearers of Meaning (http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/art/buerger) en courtesy Meneldil
On-line catalogue of the Ottilia Buerger collection of Ancient and Byzantine coins at Lawrence University, Wisconsin, with detailed coin descriptions, useful essays and glossary
Dr J's Illustrated Guide to the Classical World (http://lilt.ilstu.edu/drjclassics) en courtesy Big John
Superb visual resource by Classical languages professor Janice Siegel


Ancient Egypt

Background

Egyptology Resources (http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/egypt/) en courtesy AdrianII
Comprehensive links for books, journals, museums and collections by British Museum curator Nigel Strudwick
An Introduction to the History and Culture of Pharaonic Egypt (http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/index.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Nice amateur site with links, glossary, maps and English language reader by André Dollinger
Sea Peoples (http://home.nycap.rr.com/foxmob/sea_peoples.htm) en courtesy Pericles
Article on contending theories about the Sea Peoples by Mediterranean archaeologist Daniel Gremmler of University at Albany

Warfare

The Army in Ancient Egypt (http://www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/timelines/topics/army.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Nice amateur site with links, glossary, maps and English language reader by André Dollinger
Military in Ancient and Archaic Egypt (http://www.touregypt.net/magazine/military.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Decent amateur resource by the makers of Tour Egypt web site

Maps

Bible Maps (http://www.studylight.org/se/maps) en courtesy Lotar
Collection of digital historical maps by Christian resource StudyLight.org

Primary Sources

APIS, Advanced Papyrological Information System (http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/projects/digital/apis) en courtesy AdrianII
Papyrology database with digital images, translations, glosses, bibliographies and links to other collections


Ancient China

Background

Ancient China (http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/ANCCHINA/ANCCHINA.HTM) en courtesy AdrianII
China resource of the World Civilizations Project hosted by Washington State University
Emperors of China (http://www.friesian.com/sangoku.htm#china) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross
Warring States Period (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warring_States_Period) en courtesy AdrianII
Wikipedia resource for the Warring States

Warfare

Asian Traditional Archery Network (http://www.atarn.org) en courtesy Khelvan
Resource of amateurs and professionals of Asian archery hosted by Stephen Selby in Hong Kong
Sun-tzu or Sunzi Art of War (http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthursby/taoism/suntzu.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
The full Sun-tzu, translated, annotated and analysed by specialists
The Thirty-Six Strategies of Ancient China (http://www.chinastrategies.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Collection of Ancient Chinese proverbs describing subtle strategies in the fields of politics, diplomacy, and espionage, translated by sinologist Stefan Verstappen

Maps

Timeline (http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/timeline.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Timeline with detailed physical and historical maps of China hosted by sinologist Patricia Buckley Ebrey at University of Washington

Primary Sources

Internet East Asian History Sourcebook (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Index of on-line translated sources maintained by Paul Halsall of Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization (http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/index.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Guide to visual sources on Chinese history, culture, warfare and society with articles, bibliographies, good timeline and great maps, hosted by sinologist Patricia Buckley Ebrey at University of Washington

Adrian II
03-01-2005, 14:14
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Ancient Persia

Background

History of Iran (http://www.iranchamber.com/history/historic_periods.php) en courtesy The Wizard
Resource for the history of Persia/Iran by iranologists and other scholars of the non-profit Iran Chamber Society
Ancient Persia (http://www.persianculture.com) en courtesy Lord Zimoa of Flanders
Portal to web sites and web pages on Ancient Persian history, culture, religion hosted by commercial company
Achaemenid Persia (http://members.ozemail.com.au/~ancientpersia/index.html) courtesy Lord Zimoa of Flanders
Superb resource on all aspects of Achaemenid Empire by amateur Mark Drury

Maps

Bible Maps (http://www.studylight.org/se/maps) en courtesy Lotar
Collection of digital historical maps by Christian resource StudyLight.org
Ancient Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from U.S. Military Academy at West Point


Ancient Greece

Background

An Overview of Classical Greek History from Mycenae to Alexander (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0009&query=toc&layout=&loc=2.1) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb scholarly guide to the Ancient Greek world by historian Thomas Martin
HELLAS:NET (http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares) en courtesy Hakonarson
Superb on-line resource on history, life, art, warfare and politics of the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek
Nabataea.net (http://nabataea.net) en courtesy Meneldil
Large Christian-inspired resource on the Nabataean Empire with articles, archaeological finds, illustrations and links
Ancient Greek Scientists (http://www.tmth.edu.gr/en/aet/12.html) en courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane
Resource by the Technology Museum of Thessaloniki

Warfare

Fanaticus (http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA) en courtesy Gregorius0202
Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs
Warfare in Hellas (http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html) en courtesy Komninos
Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek
The Battle of Marathon (http://www.standin.se/fifteen1a.htm) en courtesy Big John
Chapter 1 of Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World (1851) by historian Edward Shepherd Creasy
The Ancient Olympics (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Olympics/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Virtual exhibit by the Perseus Digital Library project

Maps

Maps for Students (http://www.unc.edu/awmc/mapsforstudents.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Series of free digital maps provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina
Bible Maps (http://www.studylight.org/se/maps) en courtesy Lotar
Collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org
Ancient Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Primary Sources

The Perseus Digital Library (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu) en courtesy AdrianII
Interactive digital library offering a wide range of textual and visual sources from Antiquity, hosted by Classics professor Gregory Crane of Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts
The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean (http://projectsx.dartmouth.edu/history/bronze_age/) en courtesy AdrianII
Guide to Early Aegean archaeology by Classics Professor Jeremy B. Rutter, Dartmouth College
The Beazley Archive (http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/test/Vases/ASP/default.asp) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database (after free registration) of over 250.000 photographs and drawings of Greek vases, Greek and Roman sculptures and miscellaneous at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford


Alexander and Hellenistic Kingdoms

Background

An Overview of Classical Greek History from Mycenae to Alexander (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0009&query=toc&layout=&loc=2.1) en courtesy AdrianII
Scholarly guide to the Ancient Greek world by historian Thomas Martin
The Hellenistic World (http://www.fhw.gr/chronos/06/en/kingdoms/index.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Introductory site by public-private Foundation for the Hellenic World with pages on politics, culture, economy and society, as well as maps of the Hellenistic Kingdoms from 303 tot 145 b.C.
A Concise History of Macedonia (http://faq.macedonia.org/history/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by Macedonian service web site Macedonia.org
Alexander’s Successors: the Diadochi (http://www.livius.org/di-dn/diadochi/diadochi.htm) en courtesy Meneldil
Collection of articles, biographies, timeline and (English-translated) primary sources on the period 323-275 b.C. by historian Jona Lendering
House of Ptolemy (http://www.houseofptolemy.org) en courtesy Meneldil
Amply awarded ‘information supercenter’ (Discovery Channel) of American amateur Adam Philippidis on Ptolemaic, Greco-Roman and Byzantine rulers of Ancient Egypt
Seleukids.org (http://www.seleukids.org) en courtesy Meneldil
On-line sourcebook for the history, numismatics, epigraphy, art and archaeology of the Seleukid Empire
HELLAS:NET (http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares) en courtesy Hakonarson
Resource on history, life, art, warfare and politics of the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek
Nabataea.net (http://nabataea.net) en courtesy Meneldil
Large Christian-inspired resource on the Nabataean Empire with articles, archaeological finds, illustrations and links
Ancient Greek Scientists (http://www.tmth.edu.gr/en/aet/12.html) en courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane
Resource by the Technology Museum of Thessaloniki

Warfare

Warfare in Hellas (http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html) en courtesy Komninos
Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek
Alexander the Great (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_the_Great) en courtesy Meneldil
Wiki resource on Alexander III with extensive links sections
Alexander the Great on the Web (http://www.isidore-of-seville.com/Alexanderama.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Portal by amateur Tim Spalding from Portland, Maine, with 1000-plus links to tertiary sources on Alexander’s life, battles and death as well as movies, documentaries, biographies and historiographic controversies
Luke’s Ancient Military History (http://www.ne.jp/asahi/luke/ueda-sarson/MilHist.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Amateur site on Hellenistic warfare by supramolecular chemist Luke Ueda-Sarson
Fanaticus (http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA) en courtesy Gregorius0202
Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs

Maps

Maps for Students (http://www.unc.edu/awmc/mapsforstudents.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Series of free digital maps, including Ptolemaic Egypt, provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina
Kingdoms of the Diadochi (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd/diadochi_kingdoms_301_200.jpg) en courtesy Komninos
Facsimile map of Diadochi Kingdoms 301-200 b.C. taken from William Shepherd’s Historical Atlas (1923)
Bible Maps (http://www.studylight.org/se/maps) en courtesy Lotar
Collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org
Ancient Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Primary Sources

Alexander the Great, the ‘good’ sources (http://www.livius.org/aj-al/alexander/alexander_z1b.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Scholarly discussion by historian Jona Lendering of primary and secondary literature on Alexander with references and links to on-line English translations
Hellenic Macedonia (http://www.macedonian-heritage.gr/HellenicMacedonia/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Richly illustrated resource for Macedonian history by Greek publishing house Ekdotike Athenon
Arrian, Events after Alexander (http://isidore-of-seville.com/library-arrian/events-1.htm) en courtesy Khelvan
Transcript of John Rooke’s 1814 translation hosted by amateur Tim Spalding from Portland, Maine




3. Roman :rtwyes:


Background

The Illustrated History of the Roman Empire (http://www.roman-empire.net/index.html) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Playful introductory site by amateur Franco Lorenzo Cavazzi with articles, detailed timelines, great interactive maps, biographies, portrait galleries, pictures, event calendar (re-enactments!) and a quiz
United Nations of Roma Victor (http://www.unrv.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Commercial resource for Ancient Rome with many sections, excellent articles, maps, detailed timelines, biographies and links
Peoples of the Dark Ages (http://www.fernweb.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/mf/people.htm) en/du courtesy Big John
Resource on the early German tribes, Avars and Huns by amateur Mark Furnival
Julius Caesar: The Last Dictator (http://heraklia.fws1.com) en courtesy Longshanks
Virtual Biography of Caesar and Rome 100 – 44 b.C. with maps, timeline, galleries, battle descriptions and links section by amateur Suzanne Cross
History of the Hellenistic and Roman World (http://www.fenrir.dk/history/index.php[/url) en courtesy Aurelian
Biographic material on Scipio Africanus and Julius Caesar with timeline and bibliography by game developer Michael Akinde
De Imperatoribus Romanis (http://www.roman-emperors.org) en courtesy AdrianII
On-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus to Constantine XI Palaeologus by Roman history scholars
Who was Who in Roman Times (http://www.romansonline.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database of people, events and images in Roman history developed by retired chemist Michiel Osinga
Societas Via Romana (http://www.societasviaromana.org) en/ge/es/fr/la/du/no courtesy Meneldil
Large 'multicultural' amateur site on all things Roman
Türkic History (http://turkicworld.org) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Resource on the origins and history of Turks, Tatars, Alans, Scythians, Kipchaks, Huns, Volga Bulgars and other Türkic peoples by amateur Norm Kisamov

Roman Warfare

Roman Military (http://www.unrv.com/military.php) en courtesy AdrianII
Good introductory guide by United Nations of Roma Victor commercial site
The Roman Army in the Late Republic and Early Empire (http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/romanarmy.html) en courtesy Big John
Large illustrated article (NB: two parts) about Roman army organisation by historian Barbara McManus
De Re Militari: Ancient Warfare (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ancientwarfare.htm) en courtesy Khelvan
Collection of articles and links on Ancient warfare maintained by the Society for Medieval Military History
Fanaticus (http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA) en courtesy Gregorius0202
Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs
Roman Military History (http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Periods/Roman/Topics/Warfare/home.html) en courtesy Khelvan
Collection of primary and secondary resources by professional French/English interpreter Bill Thayer
Rome: Military Resources (http://intranet.dalton.org/groups/rome/RMil.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Index of resources by New York Dalton School
The Ancient Roman Army Illustrated (http://www.redrampant.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on organisation, nomenclature, clothing, armor, weapons, fortifications and battles, with detailed maps, tables and links by dedicated wargamer Andrew Brozyna
Armamentarium (http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/archive/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Roman arms and armour with beginner’s guide, glossary and bibliography maintained by the Museum of Antiquities, University of Newcastle
Roma Aeterna (http://www.romaeterna.org) it courtesy AdrianII
Resource with emphasis on Roman Navy by Italian Rear Admiral (ret.) Domenico Carro

Maps of the Roman World

Roma Aeterna – Imperium Romanum (http://www.romaeterna.org/imperium/index.html) it courtesy AdrianII
Set of detailed topographical maps of the Roman world by Italian Rear Admiral (ret.) Domenico Carro
Maps for Students (http://www.unc.edu/awmc/mapsforstudents.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Series of free digital maps provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina
Bible Maps (http://www.studylight.org/se/maps) en courtesy Lotar
Collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org
Ancient Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Roman Primary Sources

Arrian's Array Against the Alans (http://s_van_dorst.tripod.com/Ancient_Warfare/Rome/Sources/ektaxis.html) en courtesy Aurlian
Primary source describing the marching array, battlefield deployment and tactics used by the Roman army in the 2nd century with annotation and glossary by amateur Sander van Dorst
Forum Romanum (http://www.forumromanum.org/index2.html) en/la/fr/it/ge courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Latin scholarship with digital library of Latin literature, translations in various languages, biographies and links hosted by David Camden at Harvard University
Trajan’s Column (http://cheiron.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database, generated by sculptor Peter Rockwell, with 500 photographs of the column depicting both Dacian wars


Armenia

Background

Rulers of Armenia to 1375 (http://rbedrosian.com/abi.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic table by historian Robert Bedrosian


Bactria

Background

Kushan History (http://www.kushan.org) en courtesy AlexPeters
Resource for Kushan history, migration and culture by amateur Robert Bracey


Bithynia

Background

Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene (http://rbedrosian.com/pbcc.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian


Britannia

Background

Roman Britain (http://www.britannia.com/history/h30.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Narrative histories of Roman Britain (55 b.C. - 410 a.D.), timelines, biographies, glossaries, bibliographies and historical documents by historian David Nash Ford

Maps

Gardiner's Atlas of English History (http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts

Primary Sources

Roman Military Remains in Britain (http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Places/Europe/Great_Britain/_Periods/Roman/_Texts/WARREB/3*.html) en courtesy Khelvan
Transcript of Chapter III, ‘Military Remains’, of John Ward’s Roman Era in Britain (1911) with illustrations of camps, forts, buildings, ramparts, walls and ditches


Cappadocia

Background

Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene (http://rbedrosian.com/pbcc.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian


Carthage

Background

Carthage (http://www.livius.org/carthage.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Collection of articles, references and primary sources by historian Jona Lendering

Warfare

Hannibal Barca and the Punic Wars (http://www.barca.fsnet.co.uk/index.htm) en courtesy Longshanks
Web resource by amateur Hilary Gowen with articles, timelines, galleries and links


Dacia

Background

Dacia (http://www.unrv.com/provinces/dacia.php) en courtesy AdrianII
Description of Roman province of Dacia by United Nations of Roma Victor commercial site

Primary sources

Trajan’s Column (http://cheiron.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database, generated by sculptor Peter Rockwell, with 500 photographs of the column depicting both Dacian wars


Egypt

Background

Ptolemids and Seleucids (http://rbedrosian.com/egsy.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian


Gaul

Germania

Greek Cities

Warfare

Warfare in Hellas: the Greek Army (http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html#greeks) en courtesy Komninos
Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek


Iberia

Background

Ibercronox (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572) es courtesy AdrianII
Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro

Maps

Map: Iberian Peninsula in Greek and Roman Times (http://www.unc.edu/awmc/awmcmap8.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digital physical and topographical map provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina


Macedon

Background

A Concise History of Macedonia (http://faq.macedonia.org/history/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by Macedonian service web site Macedonia.org

Warfare

Warfare in Hellas: the Macedonians (http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html#macedonians) en courtesy Komninos
Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek


Numidia

Parthia

Background

The Parthian Empire (http://parthia.com) en courtesy Meneldil
Resource about Parthian history and numismatics by amateur Edward Hopkins
The Parthian Arsacids, 248 b.C. - 227 a.D. (http://www.friesian.com/iran.htm#parthian) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross


Phoenicia

Background

Phoenicia and the Phoenicians (http://phoenicia.org) en courtesy AdrianII
All things Phoenician by historian and computer programmer Salim George Khalaf


Pontus

Background

Pontus (http://www.unrv.com/provinces/pontus.php) en courtesy AdrianII
Description of Roman Pontus province hosted by United Nations of Roma Victor commercial site
Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene (http://rbedrosian.com/pbcc.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian
A History of Kurdish Navigation (http://www.kurdistanica.com/english/history/articles-his/his-articles-10.html) en courtesy The Wizard
Article on Zalanid/Kurdish exploits in the Mediterraean, Black Sea and Indian Ocean by historian Michael Izady


Sarmatians

Scythia

Seleucid Empire

Background

Ptolemids and Seleucids (http://rbedrosian.com/egsy.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian


Thrace

Background

Welcome to Thrace and the Thracians! (http://www.thrace.0catch.com/welcome.htm) en courtesy Sarcasm
Resource on Thracian history, society and warfare by historian Christopher Webber of Osprey-renown

Primary Sources

The Thracian Culture in Images (http://www.kroraina.com/thracia/hb/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Series of photographs from History of Bulgaria (1981) depicting Thracian arms and warriors




4. Sengoku Jidai :bow:


Background

en courtesy AdrianII
Authoritative history of the country by historian Saburo D. Ienaga, available through Questia.
[url=http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~dee/FEUJAPAN/CONTENTS.HTM]Feudal Japan (]History of Japan[/url) en courtesy AdrianII
Study guide with glossary and links section by historian Richard Hooker
Emperors, Shoguns & Regents of Japan (http://www.friesian.com/sangoku.htm#japan) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross
Japanese Honorifics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_honorifics) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Wiki site on Japanese honorific titles and their usage
The Maker of Modern Japan (http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=10345608) en courtesy AdrianII
Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu by Australian japanologist A.L. Sadler, available through Questia.
Nihon Zatsuroku: A Japanese Miscellany (http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/miscellany/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Japanese names, etiquette, heraldry, banners and flags, tents, ceremonies, games, &cetera, &cetera by Medieval Japan specialist Anthony J. Bryant
Kings of Korea (http://www.friesian.com/perigoku.htm#korea) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross

Warfare

Bushido (http://www.sacred-texts.com/shi/bsd/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Classic text on the knightly code: Bushido, the Soul of Japan. An Exposition of Japanese Thought (1905) by Dr. Inazo Nitobe
Samurai Archives (http://www.samurai-archives.com/index.html) en courtesy Michiel de Ruyter
Accessible site with articles and links on the military side of Sengoku Jidai, timetables, battle descriptions, biographical notes, heraldry and Yahoo hosted forum.
SAMOURAIS - Les Guerriers du Japon (http://samourais.free.fr/index.html) fr (courtesy Meneldil)
Personal site with articles, biographies and illustrations by Charles-Pierre Serain with the help of renowned Japanologists
Ospreysamurai.com (http://www.ospreysamurai.com) en courtesy Maeda Toshiie
Collection of illustrated articles by specialist Stephen Turnbull on samurai, castles, heraldry and bushido offered by Osprey Publishing
Nihon Katchû Seisakuben: An Online Japanese Armour Manual (http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/katchu) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb on-line manual on the history, construction, function and iconography of Japanese armour by Medieval Japan specialist Anthony J. Bryant
The Japanese Sword Index (http://home.earthlink.net/%7Esteinrl/nihonto.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb resource on the history, technique, mythology and meaning of Japanese swords and swordsmith by retired metallurgy professor and collector things pointy Richard Stein
Iga Ninja (http://www.iganinja.jp/english/menu.html) ja/en courtesy R'as al Ghul
Resource by Iga Ninja Museum about Ninja combat techniques, weapons, training and daily life
Guide to Japanese Castles (http://jcastle.info/castle) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database of illustrations and descriptions of 45 Japanese Medieval castles by corporate librarian Eric Obershaw
Samurai gallery (http://www.kiku.com/electric_samurai/cobweb_castle/samurai_gallery.html) en courtesy Rás al Ghul
Short biographies of prominent samurai, language corny but image often thing of beauty :chinese:

Maps

Maps from Murdoch's History of Japan (http://www.maproom.org/maps/books/japan/murdoch) en courtesy AdrianII
Facsimiles of the maps from James Murdoch’s A History of Japan during the century of early foreign intercourse (1542-1651)

Primary Sources

Internet East Asian Sourcebook (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html#Japan) en courtesy AdrianII
Japan page of primary source collection by Paul Halsall of Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
Tokyo National Museum (http://www.tnm.go.jp/en/gallery/region/japan.html) en/ja courtesy AdrianII
On-line catalogue of Japanese artefacts at the TNM
A Guide to the Ukiyo-e Sites of the Internet (http://www.bahnhof.se/~secutor/ukiyo-e/guide.html) ja courtesy TomteOfDoom
Superb guide to on-line collections of historic Japanese prints, essays, exhaustive links and forum by Internet ukiyo-e pioneer Hans Olof Johansson
Sengoku-Expo Menu (http://www.sengoku-expo.net/text/E) en courtesy Jun
On-line exposition catalogue of scrolls, images and artefacts connected with the Battle of Sekigahara (1600)

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5. Medieval :knight:


Medieval Society

The Middle Ages Trust (http://members.aol.com/tmatrust/home.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digital community site about the Middle Ages with information on publications, lectures, university study programs, tourism sites, medieval events and a huge links section
On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies (http://www.the-orb.net/) en courtesy AdrianII
Good introductory site hosted by the College of Staten Island, N.Y., with many valuable links
NetSERF: Medieval resources (http://www.netserf.org) en courtesy AdrianII
Meta-index of on-line medieval resources maintained by historian Beau Harbin of the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies (http://www.georgetown.edu/labyrinth/labyrinth-home.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Index of academic resources sponsored by Georgetown University
Lectures in Medieval History (http://www.ku.edu/kansas/medieval/108/lectures/index.html) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Series of sound, old-fashioned lectures by University of Kansas medievalist Lynn Harry Nelson covering most topics of European Medieval History from the Late Roman Empire through the Age of Discovery
Peoples of the Dark Ages (http://www.fernweb.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/mf/people.htm) en/du courtesy Big John
Resource on the early German tribes, Avars and Huns by amateur Mark Furnival
European Royal and Noble Ranks (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_and_noble_ranks) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Wiki site on traditional ranks among European royalty, peers and nobility
Islâm 622 a.D. - Present (http://www.friesian.com/islam.htm) en ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross
Web Resources for the Study of Islam (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~rs143/Resources/index.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Academic portal maintained by staff from the Middle East Center of the University of Pennsylvania
Middle East Medievalists (http://www.middleeastmedievalists.org) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for scholars hosted by the History Department of the University of Wisconsin
Medieval Science (http://members.aol.com/mcnelis/medsci_index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Large index of sources on Medieval science maintained by medievalist James NcNelis of Wilmington College, Ohio
Medieval Names Archive (http://www.s-gabriel.org/names) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Collection of academic articles on Medieval topographic and proper names, including lists of historic names and details on correct spelling
Medieval Technology Pages (http://scholar.chem.nyu.edu/tekpages/Subjects.html) courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Medieval civilian and military technology with timeline and illustrations, hosted by chemist Paul Gans, New York University
Shadowed Realm (http://www.shadowedrealm.com) en courtesy Ricker
Amateur resource with great glossary, timeline and quotation guide by amateur Rich Lawson and friends
Medieval History - Life in the Midle Ages and Renaissance (http://historymedren.about.com) en courtesy King Henry V
Amiable amateur site on Medieval miscellany, by the people who brought you all the other About.coms

Medieval Warfare

De Re Militari (http://www.deremilitari.org) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Index of resources on Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History
Fanaticus (http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA) en courtesy Gregorius0202
Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs
List of battles 601 – 1400 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battles_601-1400) en courtesy Aurelian
Wikipedia resource for European Medieval battles
Medieval Weapons (http://www2.kumc.edu/itc/staff/rknight/Weapons.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Medieval swords, shields and siege engines by the Society for Creative Anachronism
Medieval Armour (http://www2.kumc.edu/itc/staff/rknight/Armour.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Medieval armour, shields, patterns and combat skills by the Society for Creative Anachronism
Mediaeval Sword (http://www.vikingsword.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Illustrated resource with virtual museum and glossary by amateur Lee Jones
Knighthood, Chivalry & Tournaments Resource Library (http://www.chronique.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb collection of articles and transcripts on British and continental chivalry, arms and armour, tourneys and swordsmanship manuals, with galleries, glossary and good links by re-enactment society The Company of Saint George
Great Orders of Chivalry (http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/index1.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource covering all European Chivalric Orders by amateur Guy Stair Sainty
Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts (http://www.aemma.org/index2.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Medieval martial arts, armour and weapons including training manuals for pollaxe, longbow and siege engines hosted by Toronto re-enactors
Modeling the Joust (http://users.wpi.edu/~jforgeng/Modeling_the_Joust.pdf) en courtesy AdrianII
Illustrated jousting mechanics primer by Higgins Armory Museum, MA, including unique Computerized Joust Collision Model!
The Arador Armour Library (http://www.arador.com/main/index.html) en courtesy Deejayvee
Resource on Medieval arms and armour by re-enactment group in Seattle, Washington
The Armour Archive (http://www.armourarchive.org/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Medieval armour and reproduction with essays, forum and links by armour enthusiasts
myArmoury.com (http://www.myarmoury.com/home.php) en courtesy Big John
Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool
Armour and Warriors of the Silk Road (http://www.geocities.com/normlaw) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on steppe warriors with emphasis on the Khazar Khanat by armourer Norman Finkelshteyn
The Grey Company Trebuchet Page (http://members.iinet.net.au/~rmine/gctrebs.html) en courtesy Thoros of Myr
Articles and links for the history and mechanics of trebuchets and assorted siege engines by Ozzie re-enactment society The Grey Company
Higgins Armory Guide (http://users.wpi.edu/~jforgeng/Frequently_Asked_Questions.pdf) en courtesy AdrianII
Illustrated FAQ on Medieval and Renaissance arms and armour by Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, MA
The Book of Archery (http://www.xs4all.nl/~marcelo/archery/library/books/book_of_archery/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised copy of George Agar Hansard, The Book of Archery; Being the complete history and practice of the art, ancient and modern (1841), made available by The Archery Library of Johhanes Marcelo Pinto Müller

Maps for the Medieval Era

Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe (http://www.euratlas.com/summary.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Twenty-one historical maps of Europe covering the period 1-2000 a.D. hosted by cartographic company Euratlas in Yverdon, Switzerland
Arab Gateway: historical maps (http://www.al-bab.com/arab/maps/maps2.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for maps from pre-Islamic to Modern Age
Maps of the Islamic Middle East (http://www.princeton.edu/%7Ehumcomp/dimensions.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
On-line reproduction of several historical atlases of Islam, hosted by the Near East Department of Princeton University, New Jersey
Orbis Latinus (http://www.columbia.edu/acis/ets/Graesse/contents.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised dictionary of Latin place names, Orbis Latinus (1909) by Dr. J. G. Th. Graesse (1909)
The Dawn of Modern Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/dawn_modern_warfare/dawn_modern_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Medieval Primary Sources

Internet Medieval Sourcebook (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Index of on-line translated sources by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe (http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb collection of on-line transcriptions, facsimiles and translations of primary sources from Medieval and Renaissance Europe by bibliographer Richard Hacken of Brigham Young University
Medieval Manuscript Manual (http://www.ceu.hu/medstud/manual/MMM/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
On-line manual by the Department of Medieval Studies of Central European University, Budapest, offers detailed information and glossaries on the use, materials, structure, typology and illumination of Medieval manuscripts
Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts (http://www.kb.nl/kb/manuscripts) en courtesy AdrianII
Annotated, searchable collection of Medieval manuscript illuminations by the National Library of the Netherlands
Castles on the Web (http://www.castlesontheweb.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database of 3695 photographs of Medieval castles, books, links section and miscellaneous by group of dedicated amateurs
Maciejowski Bible (http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/maciejowski_bible.htm) en courtesy Big John
Superb on-line facsimile of illuminations of the Maciejowski Bible (ca. 1250 a.D.) constituting a pictorial of 13th Century French life and warfare
NetSERF Medieval Art (http://www.netserf.org/Art) en courtesy AdrianII
Medieval art resources by historian Beau Harbin of the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Dress, Jewels, Arms and Coat of Arms (http://www.ceu.hu/medstud/manual/SRM/index.htm) en courtesy Crandaeolon
Virtual manual of medieval arms, heraldry, costumes and jewelry and their symbolism by students of Central European University, Budapest
Medieval Flags and Banners (http://www.kwantlen.bc.ca/~donna/sca/flags) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for original banners and images thereof by college webmistress Donna Hrynkiw
Fechtbuch I.33 (http://www.thearma.org/Manuals/i33/i33.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
On-line reproduction of oldest known European fencing manual (ca. 1300 a.D.) by the Association for Renaissance Martial Arts
Bayeux Tapistry (http://www.sjolander.com/viking/museum/bt/bt.htm) en courtesy Big John
Amateur site with on-line high-resolution reproduction of the embroidery ordered by Bishop Odo in 1066 in 35 sections by Peter Sjolander


Almohads

Background

The Islamic World to 1600 (http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/islam/index2.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Study guide to the Islamic cultures of Northern Africa by the Applied History Research Group, University of Calgary
1086 - 1250 Moroccans (http://www.balagan.org.uk/war/0711/1086.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Detailed historical timeline with maps by software developer and wargamer Steven Thomas
The Islâmic Rulers of Spain 756 - 1492 a.D. (http://www.friesian.com/islam.htm#spain) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross

Warfare

Armies of Al-Andalus (http://www.balagan.org.uk/war/0711/armies.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Overview by software developer and wargamer Steven Thomas


Aragon (see also Spain)


Armenia

Background

Rulers of Armenia to 1375 (http://rbedrosian.com/abi.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic table by historian Robert Bedrosian
VirtualANI (http://www.virtualani.freeserve.co.uk) en/tu courtesy AdrianII
Superb virtual guide to the deserted Medieval Armenian City of Ani by anonimous amateur
The Turco-Mongol Invasions and the Lords of Armenia in the 13-14th Centuries (http://rbedrosian.com/dissert.html) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Digitised Ph.D. dissertation (1979) of historian Robert Bedrosian

Primary Sources

Armenian Historical Sources (http://rbedrosian.com/hsrces.html) en courtesy Armchair Ahtlete
Armenian sources from the 5th through 15th Century a.D. collected by historian Robert Bedrosian


Bohemia

Background

Radio Prague's History Online (http://archiv.radio.cz/history/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Playful guide to Bohemian/Czech history by Radio Praha
The Hussites of Bohemia (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Hussites.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood


Britain (see also Vikings and Hundred Years War)

Background

Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603 (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London
Britannia: British History (http://www.britannia.com/history/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Narrative histories of England, Wales, Scotland and London, timelines, biographies, glossaries, bibliographies and historical documents by historian David Nash Ford
TimeRef – Medieval History Timelines (http://www.timeref.btinternet.co.uk/index.htm) en courtesy Shadeswolf
Collection of timelines, maps and searchable database on events, people and buildings in medieval England, Scotland and Wales by amateur Mark Needham
Additional Resources for Medieval England (http://www.luminarium.org/medlit/medresource.htm) en courtesy Rising General
Links to resources on British Middle Ages, from Medicine to Orders of Chivalry, by literary scholar Anniina Jokinen
Richard Lionheart (http://www.ping.at/kessler/index.htm) en/fr/ge courtesy AdrianII
Digitised biography (1995) by Austrian historian Ulrike Kessler

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval England and Wales (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/englandwarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History
Secrets of the Norman Invasion (http://www.secretsofthenormaninvasion.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Detailed analysis of the Norman landing based on sources, archaeological sites and landscape study by amateur Nick Austin
Battle of Hastings 1066 (http://www.battle1066.com) en courtesy Big John
Playful amateur resource on the 1066 battle by amateur Glen Ray Crack
Essential Norman Conquest (http://www.essentialnormanconquest.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Interactive resource by Osprey Publishing on those crucial days in 1066
A 15th C. Chivalric Miscellany in the Hastings Collection (http://www.chronique.com/Library/MedHistory/Archeologia-chivalry.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Transcripts, translations and analyses of Late Medieval manuscripts on arms, armour, chivalry and ceremony hosted by re-enactment society The Company of St. George

Maps

Gardiner's Atlas of English History (http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts


Bulgaria

Background

Türkic History (http://turkicworld.org) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Resource on the origins and history of Turks, Tatars, Alans, Scythians, Kipchaks, Huns, Volga Bulgars and other Türkic peoples by anonymous Russians(s)
History of Bulgaria, 681 - 1944 (http://www.bulgaria.com/history/bulgaria/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised extracts from Bulgaria Illustrated History (1998) by historians Dimitrov and Handjiysky


Byzantium

Background

Byzantine Studies on the Internet (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/byzantium) en courtesy AdrianII
Academic resource hosted by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
Byzantine Aristocracy and Bureaucracy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byzantine_aristocracy_and_bureaucracy) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Wiki site on Byzantine aristocratic, bureaucratic and military titles and the duties and privileges they bestowed
Late Byzantine Period (http://www1.fhw.gr/chronos/10/en/index.html) en courtesy Baba Ga'on
Nice site about Late Byzantine (1204-1453) society, from religion to numismatics, by the public-private Foundation for the Hellenic World

Warfare

Byzantine Warfare to the fall of Constantinople (1452) (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/byzantinewarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History
The Siege of Constantinople in 1453 (http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/sources/siegeofconstantinople.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History
Varangians (http://www.geocities.com/egfrothos/Varangians.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on history, equipment and battles of the Varangian Guard with articles, illustrations and links by re-enactor Steven Lowe

Primary Sources

Medieval Sourcebook: Byzantium (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1c.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Index of on-line translated Byzantine sources maintained by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies
The Depiction of Byzantine Military Equipment in Kappadokian Murals (http://www.geocities.com/egfrothos/Dovecote.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Collection of (enlargeable) photographs of murals with glossary and comments by re-enactor Steven Lowe
Byzantine Arms and Armour from Contemporary Images (http://www.geocities.com/egfroth1/ByzArmour2.html?1026424880530) en courtesy AdrianII
Collection of (enlargeable) photographs of contemporary art by re-enactor Steven Lowe
Siegecraft (http://www.doaks.org/Siegecraft.pdf) en courtesy AdrianII
Analysis of two tenth-Century instructional manuals by 'Heron of Byzantium' by historian Denis Sullivan


Crusades

Background (see also under Papacy)

A History of the Crusades (http://libtext.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/History/History-idx?type=browse&scope=HISTORY.HISTCRUSADES) en courtesy AdrianII
On-line scholarly series in six volumes hosted by the University of Wisconsin
Crusader States, Israel (http://www.friesian.com/outremer.htm) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross
Les Croisades: Sources, Images, Histoire (http://www.callisto.si.usherb.ca/%7Ecroisade/Byzance.htm) fr courtesy AdrianII
Resource for the First and Fourth Crusades by group of historians
The First Crusade, an Overview (http://www.brighton73.freeserve.co.uk/firstcrusade/Overview/Overview.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Interactive guide by biotechnologist Tomas James Rees
The Albigensian Crusades 1209 - 1255 (http://xenophongroup.com/montjoie/albigens.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by the re-enactment society Société de l'Oriflamme
Fram! fram! cristmenn, crossmenn, konungsmenn! (http://etext.virginia.edu/journals/EH/EH34/browne34.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Article on Viking pilgrims and Crusaders by historian Jessica Browner
Crusader Kings of Antioch, Cyprus and Jerusalem (http://rbedrosian.com/acj.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian
The Historiography of the Crusades (http://www.doaks.org/Crusades/CR01.pdf) en courtesy Big John
Article about lies, damn lies and history-writing by historian Giles Constable

Warfare

Warfare during the Crusades (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/crusadeswarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Crusades including the Middle East, the Albigensian Crusade and the Northern Crusades by the Society for Medieval Military History
Crusades (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crusades) en courtesy Aurelian
Wikipedia resource for all nine Medieval Crusades in Europe, the Baltic and the Near East
The Confraternal Orders of Knighthood (http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/confraternal/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty
Orders of Chivalry (http://www.hostkingdom.net/Chivalry.html) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Site by American amateur Bruce Gordon lists all Grandmasters of the Knights of St. John (a.k.a. Maltese Knights), Knights Templar, Teutonic Knights and the Jesuits Order, as well as some local Commanderies
The Knights Templar (http://www.templarhistory.com/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for all things Templar by amateur Stephen Dafoe

Maps

Arab Gateway: historical maps (http://www.al-bab.com/arab/maps/maps2.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for maps from pre-Islamic to Modern Age

Primary Sources

Medieval Sourcebook: The Crusades (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1k.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Academic resource hosted by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies


Cyprus

Background

Crusader Kings of Antioch, Cyprus and Jerusalem (http://rbedrosian.com/acj.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian


Denmark

Background

The Normans: A European People (http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre) en/fr/it courtesy AdrianII
Superb resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission

Warfare

Scandinavian and Viking Warfare (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/scandinavianwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Sources and resources for Viking and Scandinavian warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History (De Re Militari)


Egypt


Flanders

Background

Medieval Flanders (http://www.theotherside.co.uk/tm-heritage/background/flanders-medieval.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Flemish and Dutch Medieval history by amateurs llsa Rowe and Ian Killbery

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval France and the Low Countries (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/francewarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History


France (see also Hundred Years War)

Background

Le roi Charles V et son temps (1338 - 1380) (http://www.bnf.fr/enluminures/aaccueil.htm) en/fr courtesy Big John
Bilingual resource for French Medieval manuscripts and illuminations about battles and sieges, the Hundred Years War, the Crusades and naval warfare by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval France and the Low Countries (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/francewarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History
The French Royal Orders of Chivalry (http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/french/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty
Bouvines.com (http://bataille.bouvines.free.fr) fr courtesy AdrianII
Detailed description with graphics of Battle of Bouvines (1214) by amateurs Alain Streck and Philippe Dupont
War and Battle of Bouvines (http://www.xenophongroup.com/montjoie/bouvines.htm#battle) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by re-enactment group Société de l’Oriflamme

Primary Sources

Literature of the French Middle Ages (http://globegate.utm.edu/french/lit/middle.ages.html) fr/en courtesy AdrianII
Huge index of French Medieval texts by American historian Robert Packham, University of Tennessee; basically (Old) French, but with many English translations
Tales from Froissart (http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/muhlberger/froissart/tales.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Invaluable source for French Medieval life and politics, the chivalric ideal and the Hundred Years War, translated by Thomas Johnes (1805) and hosted by historian Steven Muhlberger of Nipissing University


Georgia

Background

Rulers of Iberia/Georgia to 1505 (http://rbedrosian.com/gbi.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic table by historian Robert Bedrosian

Primary Sources

The Georgian Chronicle (http://rbedrosian.com/gc1.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Thirteenth Century chronicle describing the history of Iberia/Georgia from legendary times to the 12th century


Holy Roman Empire

Background

Germany in the Middle Ages (http://mars.vnet.wnec.edu/~grempel/courses/germany/lectures/02medieval.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Short, sound lecture on Medieval Germany by historian Gerhard Rempel
Mediaevum (http://english.mediaevum.de) en/ge/la courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Medieval German and Latin studies by historians and philologists
Medieval Germany (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Medieval_Germany.htm#Mercenaries) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Germany and Switzerland (http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/germanwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on German wars, Bishops, battles and pirates by the Society for Medieval Military History
The Teutonic Order (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Teutonic_Order.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood
Horses and Crossbows: Two Important Warfare Advantages of the Teutonic Order in Prussia (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ARTICLES/ekdahl.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Book chapter on military innovations by the Teutonic order by historian Sven Ekdahl

Primary Sources

Regesta Imperii Online (http://www.regesta-imperii.org) ge courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database of all deeds and related documents of the German Emperors and Kings and the Popes from 751 a.D. to 1519 a.D.

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03-01-2005, 14:22
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Hundred Years War

Background

The Hundred Years’ War (1336-1565) (http://www.ku.edu/kansas/medieval/108/lectures/hundred_years_war.html) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Brief summary of background and course of the war from Medievalist Lynn Harry Nelson of the University of Kansas
La guerre de cent ans (http://duguesclin.free.fr/guerre_de_cent_ans/page/guerre_cent_ans.html) fr courtesy AdrianII
Resource with maps, dynastic tables, biographies, timeline and battle descriptions by amateur DuGuesclin
Medieval Life & The Hundred Years War (http://www.hyw.com/Books/History/1_Help_C.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Digital book on the episode by dedicated amateurs James F Dunnigan and Albert A Nofi
The Hundred Years War (http://www.adhb30.dsl.pipex.com/100war02.htm) en courtesy Highlander X
Resource on background and main battles by anonymous amateur
Hundred Years War: Final Phase (1422 - 1453) (http://www.xenophongroup.com/montjoie/hyw_fp.htm) em courtesy ShadesWolf
Resource by re-enactment societySociété de l'Oriflamme

Warfare

The Hundred Years War (http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/categories/hundredyearswar.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource of primary through tertiary sources by the Society for Medieval Military History
100 Years War (http://www.100yearswar.co.uk/100yearswar.htm) en courtesy ShadesWolf
ShadesWolf’s own site with introductory articles, timeline, battle descriptions and links
Medieval Flanders (http://www.theotherside.co.uk/tm-heritage/background/flanders-medieval.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
The Flemish role in the Hundred Years War by amateurs llsa Rowe and Ian Killbery
Battle of Castillon (1453) (http://www.xenophongroup.com/montjoie/castilon.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by re-enactment group Société de l’Oriflamme

Maps

Maps of the 100 Years' War (http://www.boisestate.edu/courses/hy309/topics/100yw/100yw.maps.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Fourteen modern maps covering 1337 - 1450 a.D. by Boise State University

Primary Sources

Jeanne d'Arc (http://www.jeanne-darc.com) en/fr courtesy AdrianII
Site of the Jeanne d'Arc Museum in Rouen
Tales from Froissart (http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/muhlberger/froissart/tales.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Invaluable source for French Medieval life and politics, the chivalric ideal and the Hundred Years War, translated by Thomas Johnes (1805) and hosted by historian Steven Muhlberger of Nipissing University


Hungary

Background

Hungary (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/hutoc.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Library of Congress country study with detailed overview of Hungarian history
Hungary: A Short History (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=5) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised version of 1962 textbook by historian C.A. Macartney
Medieval Hungary (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Medieval_Hungary.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood
Emese Saga: Hungarian Prehistory from the Beginnings to King St. Stephen (1038 a.D.) (http://mek.oszk.hu/01900/01993/html) en courtesy Meneldil
Compilation of scholarly books and articles by the Digital Library of Hungarian Studies

Warfare

A Thousand years of the Hungarian Art of War (http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/thou/thou00.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised version of historian Anthony Komjathy's 1982 book on Hungarian military history
Hungarian Strategy against the Ottomans 1365 - 1526 (http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/pdfs/razso.pdf) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Paper by historian Gyula Rázsó for the 22nd International Commission of Military History in Vienna, 1996


Ireland

Background

Ireland’s History in Maps (http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlkik/ihm) en courtesy AdrianII
Detailed resource for maps, timelines and background by amateur Dennis Walsh
Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603 (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Ireland (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/irelandwarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History

Primary Sources

CELT (http://www.ucc.ie/celt/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Collection of online sources for Irish history, literature and politics by the public-private-academic Corpus of Electronic Texts


Italy

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Italy (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/italywarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History
Italian Orders of Chivalry (http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/italian/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty
Matilda of Tuscany (http://www.libraryautomation.com/valerieeads/matilda.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Website on 'The Very Model of a Medieval General' by historian Valerie Eads


Khazaria

Background

Khazaria.com (http://www.khazaria.com) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine by historian Kevin Alan Brook of The American Center of Khazar Studies

Warfare

Armour and Warriors of the Silk Road (http://www.geocities.com/normlaw) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on steppe warriors with emphasis on the Khazar Khanat by armourer Norman Finkelshteyn


Lithuania

Background

Medieval Lithuania (http://viduramziu.lietuvos.net/en/index.htm) en courtesy Aurelian
Resource about Medieval Lithuanian history, society and castles by historian Tomas Baranauskas at the Lithuanian Institute of History
A History of East Central Europe (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki
Lithuania 1350 a.D. to 1500 a.D. (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Lithuania.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood


Mercia


Moldavia

Background

Moldavia (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Moldavia.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood


Mongols

Background

The Mongol Khâns (http://www.friesian.com/mongol.htm#top) en courtesy AdrianII
Introductory guide by medievalist Kelley L. Ross with timelines, dynastic tables, maps and links
Welcome to the Realm of the Mongols! (http://www.coldsiberia.org) en courtesy Meneldil
Resource on Mongol history by amateur Per Inge Oestmoen
The Mongols in the West (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ARTICLES/sinor1.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Detailed article on Mongolian westward expansion by historian Denis Sinor
Pax Mongolica (http://www.silk-road.com/artl/paxmongolica.shtml) en courtesy Meneldil
Illustrated article by historian Daniel Waugh
Rulers of the Mongol Empires (http://rbedrosian.com/mongc1.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian

Warfare

Mongol Horde (http://home-4.worldonline.nl/~t543201/web-mongol/mongol-enter-index.htm) en courtesy Meneldil
Superb resource on Mongol Horde by re-enactor Joska Paszli

Maps

Mongol Dominions 1300 - 1405 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd/mongol_dominions.jpg) en courtesy AdrianII
Map from Wlliam Shepherd's Historical Atlas (1911)

Primary Sources

The Secret History of the Mongols (http://altaica.narod.ru/shengl.htm) ru/ge/fr courtesy Medeldil
First known literary source on Mongolian life dating from ca. 1240
William of Rubruck's Account of the Mongols (http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/texts/rubruck.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Translation of friar Ruysbroeck's account (ca. 1260) hosted by University of Washington
Mongolian Exhibits at EXPO 2000 (http://www.miniatures.de/html/int/mongols-2000.html#) en courtesy AdrianII
Exhibits of Mongolian camp life, armour, jewellery and flags from the 2000 exposition in Hannover

Adrian II
03-01-2005, 14:24
Northumbria

Norway

Background

Early Kings of Norway (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=57) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised version of Thomas Carlyle's 1875 classic
The Normans: A European People (http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre) en/fr/it courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission


Ottoman Turks

Background

Ottoman (http://www.theottomans.org/english/index.asp) en courtesy AlexPeters
Resource on Ottoman history, warfare, art, culture and family life by historian Korkut Ozgen
The Ottoman History Resource Index (http://www.ottoman-links.co.uk/showlinks.asp?category=4) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Large collection of articles, maps, dictionaries and links by two students of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies of the University of Birmingham
The Middle East: Period of Ottoman Domination (http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~fisher/hst373) en courtesy Big John
Readings, maps, images and glossary by historian Alan Fisher of Michigan State University
The Seljuqs of Rum (http://geocities.com/egfroth1/Seljuqs.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Introductory article by Ozzie re-enactor Steven Lowe
Türkic History (http://turkicworld.org) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Resource on the origins and history of Turks, Tatars, Alans, Scythians, Kipchaks, Huns, Volga Bulgars and other Türkic peoples by anonymous Russians(s)

Warfare

Warfare in the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ottomanwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Ottoman Turks, Arabs and Mongols by the Society for Medieval Military History
Armour and Warriors of the Silk Road (http://www.geocities.com/normlaw) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on steppe warriors with emphasis on the Khazar Khanat by armourer Norman Finkelshteyn

Maps

Ottoman Empire and Balkan maps (http://www.history.uiuc.edu/fac_dir/todorova/Maps.htm) en courtesy Meneldil
Diverse collection of maps by history professor Maria Todorova

Primary Sources

Clothing of a Steppe Warrior (http://www.geocities.com/qilich/clothing/steppe.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Photographs of steppe warriors as depicted in contemporary art by Australian re-enactor


Palestine

Background

Crusader Kings of Antioch, Cyprus and Jerusalem (http://rbedrosian.com/acj.htm) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian


Papacy

Christianity

Christian Classics Ethereal Library (http://www.ccel.org/index/classics.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Electronic library of Christian classics from St. Augustine to Billy Graham hosted by Calvin College, Missouri

Church of Rome

Catholic Encyclopedia (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen) en courtesy AdrianII
Everything you always wanted to know about Catholicism in this on-line version of The Catholic Encyclopedia of 1917

Warfare

Vatican Orders of Knighthood and the Catholic orders of Chivalry (http://www.chivalricorders.org/vatican/main2.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Chivalric Orders founded or awarded by the Pope by amateur Guy Stair Sainty

Primary Sources

Vatican City - Primary Documents (http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/vatican.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Index of on-line transcriptions, facsimiles and translations of primary sources by bibliographer Richard Hacken of Brigham Young University
Regesta Imperii Online (http://www.regesta-imperii.org) ge courtesy AdrianII
Searchable database of all deeds and related documents of the German Emperors and Kings and the Popes from 751 a.D. to 1519 a.D.


Picts

Background

Pictish Nation (http://members.tripod.com/~Halfmoon) en courtesy AdrianII
The world's first on-line resource (since 1994) about the Picts by anonymous amateur
Some Pictish High Kings (by Date) (http://www.cushnieent.force9.co.uk/kings.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Dynastic table (388 - 842 a.D.) by computer engineer Paul Firth

Primary Sources

Grave Slabs and Pictish Symbols of Scotland (http://www.darkisle.com/picts.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource with pictures by amateurs C.Garner & P.Wright


Poland

Background

A Brief History of Poland (http://www.poloniatoday.com/historyix.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Overview of Polish history by Polish-American Polonia Media Network
A History of East Central Europe (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki
Poland 1333 a.D. to 1500 a.D. (http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Poland.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood


Portugal

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Spain and Portugal (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/spainwarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzaphaerre
Sources and Resources by the Society for Medieval Military History
The Portuguese Military Orders (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/3908/militaryorders/contents.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by amateur José Vicente de Bragança
The Order of Christ (http://www.thornr.demon.co.uk/kchrist/overview.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Recourse by website designer Rod Thorn

Primary Sources

History of Portugal: Primary Documents (http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/portugal.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Index by bibliographer Richard Hacker of Brigham Young University, Utah


Romania

Background

A Country Study: Romania (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/rotoc.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Country study by Library of Congress with good historical overview
Transylvania, A Short History (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=14&pre=3) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised version of 1997 monography by historian István Lázár
Dracula's homepage (http://www.ucs.mun.ca/~emiller) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by historian and Vlad-expert Elisabeth Miller


Russia/Novgorod

Background

Web Readings in Russian History (http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Superb guide to primary and secondary sources on Russian history up to 1917 by historian Nicholas Pappas
Russia, 862 - present (http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm) en courtesy Big John
Resource with timelines and excellent maps by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelley Ross
Sofya la Rus’ Medieval Russian Life (http://www.strangelove.net/~kieser/Russia) en courtesy AdrianII
Playful resource for Medieval Russia by medical doctor Lisa Kies

Warfare

Russian Military History (http://www.xenophongi.org/rushistory/main.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Large amateur resource about all aspects of Russian military history including sections on Medieval Russia, Russian rulers, arms and armour
Warfare in Eastern Europe and Russia (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/easteuropewarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History

Primary Sources

Novgorod Archaeology (http://arc.novgorod.ru/second.php3?menu=emain&content=enews) en/ru courtesy AdrianII
Official site of Archaeological Research Centre of Novgorod State Museum with many (English) articles, site maps, illustrations and links


Scotland

Background

Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603 (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London
The Invention of the Kilt (http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/history/material_culture/rmclean/html/trad.htm) en courtesy NormanPain
The antidote to Braveheart and Rob Roy

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Scotland (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/scotlandwarfare.htm) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History


Sicily

Background

The Normans: A European People (http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre) en/fr/it courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission

Warfare

L.V. Mott: The Sicilan Vespers (http://websrv5.sdu.dk/mott/warsicilianvespers/introwsv.html) en courtesy Armchair Athlete
Superb guide to the War of the Sicilian Vespers (1282 – 1302) by medieval naval historian Lawrence V. Mott


Spain

Background

Medieval Spain (http://es.geocities.com/endovelico2001/med) es/en courtesy AdrianII
Resource of articles, timelines and links by dedicated amateurs
Library of Iberian Resources Online (LIBRO) (http://www.uca.edu/divisions/academic/history/aarhms/default.html) en courtesy AdrianII
English translations of primary and secondary sources on Spanish and Portuguese history, from the Visigothic Code to the life and times of Torquemada, by the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain
Ibercronox (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572) es courtesy AdrianII
Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro
Iberian Languages & Literatures (http://www.ku.edu/~splat/spain.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Rich site with links section, essays and other resources hosted by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Kansas University
Al-Andalus and the Reconquista 711 – 1492 (http://www.balagan.org.uk/war/0711/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Great amateur site by software developer and wargamer Steven Thomas who specialises in Medieval Spain and Portugal

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Spain (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/spainwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History

Maps

Maps of the Spanish Kingdoms 1030 a.D. - 1556 a.D. (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/spanish_kingdoms.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised maps from the Atlas To Freeman's Historical Geography [/i] (1903)

Primary Sources

History of Spain: Primary Documents (http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/spain.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by bibliographer Richard Hacken ofr Brigham Young University

Adrian II
03-01-2005, 14:28
Sweden (see also Vikings)

Background

The Normans: A European People (http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre) en/fr/it courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission

Warfare

The Swedish Johanniter Order (http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/stjohn/johanswd.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Annotated resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty


Switzerland

Warfare

Warfare in Medieval Germany and Switzerland (http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/germanwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Sources and resources on wars, Bishops and battles by the Society for Medieval Military History

Maps

The Swiss Confederation, 1291 – 1513 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd/swiss_confed_shepherd.jpg) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised map from William Shepherd’s Historical Atlas (1911)


Syria (see also under Crusades)

Background

Ayyûbid Architecture (http://www.sonic.net/~tallen/palmtree/ayyarch/index.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised book on Syrian city and castle building from the 7th to 14th Century a.D.


Vikings

Background

The Normans: A European People (http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre) en/fr/it courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission
Vikings (http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/vikings) en courtesy AdrianII
BBC History resource with emphasis on Norman Britain
NOVA Online: The Vikings (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/vikings) en courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane
Playful PBS introduction: visit a Viking home, build a longship or learn Futhark
Norse Mythology (http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~cherryne/mythology.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Guide to the Norse mythological system by computer engineer Nicole Cherry
The Viking Age (http://www.luth.se/luth/present/sweden/history/viking_level) en courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane
Resource by student Joakim Hansson of Luleä Polytechnic

Warfare

Scandinavian and Viking Warfare (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/scandinavianwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History
Viking Fighting Arts from 23 Sagas (http://www.thearma.org/essays/vikingfight.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Quotations on the use of arms and armour during the Viking period written down during the 12th through 14th Centuries, compiled by the Association for Renaissance Martial Arts
Anglo-Saxon Warfare (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/anglosaxonwarfare.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Sources and resources for Anglo-Saxon warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History (De Re Militari)
Regia Anglorum Article Index (http://www.regia.org/listings.htm) en courtesy Simon Appleton
Collection of articles from amateur re-enactment society about life and warfare in Anglo-Saxon and Viking Britain

Maps

Gardiner's Atlas of English History (http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts

Primary Sources

Hávamál (http://www.simnet.is/gardarj/havamal.htm) en courtesy of Sigurd of Fafnesbane
The Hávamál or Words of the High, an Icelandic poem of ca. 800 a.D. in the translation of W.H. Auden and P.B. Taylor


Wales

Background

Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603 (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London
A Short History of Wales (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=53) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised version of 2002 book by historian Owen M. Edwards
The Normans in South Wales, 1070-1171 (http://www.ku.edu/carrie/texts/carrie_books/nelson) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised 1966 monography by historian Lynn Nelson

Warfare

The Castles of Wales (http://www.castlewales.com/home.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for photographs, plans and essays by amateur Jeffrey Thomas





6. Early Modern :duel:


Early Modern Society

Lectures on Early Modern European History (http://www.historyguide.org/earlymod/earlymod.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Series of sound, olf-fashioned lectures on all aspects of the period by historian Steven Kreis
Don Juan (http://www.don-juan.org) en/fr/es courtesy SwordsMaster
Superb interactive guide to Renaissance England, Spain, France and Italy produced by the Académie de Civilisation et de Cultures Européennes
The End of Europe's Middle Ages (http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/endmiddle) en courtesy AdrianII
Tutorial about Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by the University of Calgary

Early Modern Warfare

WHKMLA: History of Warfare (http://www.zum.de/whkmla/military/warindex.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Huge resource for Early Modern and Modern warfare written and compiled by historian Alexander Ganse of the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy
myArmoury.com (http://www.myarmoury.com/home.php) en courtesy Big John
Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool
Late Medieval and Early Modern Warfare (http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/lmw.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Early Modern warfare in Europe by the Society for Medieval Military History
Les Armées d'Europe entre 1550 et 1650 (http://ao1617.0catch.com/europe/contenu.html#Web) fr courtesy SwordsMaster
Illustrated guide to Early Modern European warfare with detailed battle descriptions by amateur Pierre Picouet
Fanaticus (http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA) en courtesy Gregorius0202
Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs
Northern Wars (http://www.northernwars.com) en courtesy Cegorach
Resource by amateur and wargamer Dan Schorr and friends from the Danish Historical Society
Association for Renaissance Martial Arts (http://www.thearma.org) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb resource by scholars, amateurs and practitioners of Medieval and Renaissance fencing and related combat skills
The Geometry of War 1500 - 1750 (http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/geometry/content.htm) en courtesy Big John
Guide to application of science to Early Modern warfare by the Oxford Museum of the History of Science
John F. Guilmartin's Home Page (http://www.angelfire.com/ga4/guilmartin.com) en courtesy AlexPeters
Articles and book excerpts on Early Modern (naval) warfare by military historian Guilmartin
List of Battles 1401 – 1800 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battles_1401-1800) en courtesy Aurelian
Wikipedia resource for Eurasian battles from 1401 through 1800 a.D.

Maps

Historical Map Archive (http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/historicalmaps/index.html) en courtesy Ironside
Collection of digitalised historical maps from the 16th Century onward at the University of Alabama
The Dawn of Modern Warfare (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/dawn_modern_warfare/dawn_modern_warfare_table_of_contents.html) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Early Modern Primary Sources

Selected Works of Machiavelli (http://www.constitution.org/mac/niccolo.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Four of Niccolo Machiavelli’s classics digitised by the Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics
Le Miroir du Monde (http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/desbillons/atlas.html) ge courtesy AlexPeters
Digitised version of world atlas (1592) by Abraham Ortelius hosted by University of Mannheim


Austria

Warfare

Imperial Austria (http://www.civilization.ca/milhist/austria/aus00eng.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Early Modern Austrian arms, armour and armies by Canadian Museum of Civilization


Bavaria

Background

Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte (http://www.hdbg.de) ge courtesy AlexPeters
Grüss Gott to the official history pages of the province of Bavaria


Britain

Background

Britannia: British History (http://www.britannia.com/history/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Narrative histories of England, Wales, Scotland and London, timelines, biographies, glossaries, bibliographies and historical documents by historian David Nash Ford

Warfare

British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1638 – 1660 (http://www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/index.htm) en courtesy Trax
Superb resource on all aspects and episodes of the Civil Wars by amateur David Plant
Wars of the Roses (http://www.warsoftheroses.co.uk/toc.htm) en courtesy ShadesWolf
On-line book by military historian Michael Miller
Wars of the Roses (http://www.warsoftheroses.com/index.htm) en courtesy ShadesWolf
Quick access to timelines, main events and personalities by amateur Larry Gormley
16th Century Cavalry 1575 - 1600 (http://www.lukehistory.com/cavalry) en courtesy The Blind King of Bohemia
Illustrated guide by re-enactor Luke Pearson

Maps

Gardiner's Atlas of English History (http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts


Burgundy

Warfare

Renaissance Armies: The Burgundian Army of Charles the Bold (http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_burg.html) en courtesy Angelnessuno
Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool


Catholic Church of Rome

Background

Rome Reborn: the Vatican Library & Renaissance Culture (http://www.ibiblio.org/expo/vatican.exhibit/exhibit/Main_Hall.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Virtual exhibition at the Library of Congress, Washington, by WWW Exhibit Organization EXPO


Flanders/Dutch Republic

Background

The Spanish Netherlands (http://www.theotherside.co.uk/tm-heritage/background/flanders.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by amateurs llsa Rowe and Ian Killbery
The Dutch Revolt 1572 - 1609 (http://www.zum.de/whkmla/region/lowcountries/dutchrevolt.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by historian Alexander Ganse of the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy
Life of John of Barneveld, 1609-23 (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=35) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised copy of 1880 life of Dutch Pensionary by historian John Lothrop Motley


France

Background

Le Poulet Gauche (http://www.lepg.org) en courtesy Big John
Resource on religion, society, war and tavern life in 16th C. France by re-enactment society

Warfare

Renaissance Armies: The French (http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_french.html) en courtesy Angelnessuno
Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool
The Art of Warfare (http://www.lepg.org/warfare.htm) en courtesy Big John
Illustrated articles on 16th C. French battles and sieges by re-enactment society


Germany

Warfare

Thirty Years War 1618 - 1648 (http://www.geschichte.fb15.uni-dortmund.de/fnz/thirty.html) en courtesy Adrian II
Collection of introductory links provided by historian Stephanie Marra of Dortmund
Thirty Years' War (http://www.strategos.demon.co.uk/tywhome/index.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Introductory web site by military historian Toby McLeod
Father Tilly's Thirty Years War Rules (http://www.nsalmon.btinternet.co.uk/TYW/index.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Collection of detailed battle descriptions by war gamer Stephen Danes
Die Geschichte der Landsknechte (http://www.edvdam.at/landsknechte/index.htm) ge courtesy AlexPeters
Illustrated graduate thesis on the Landsknechte by anonymous author
Todesengel Fahnlein (http://www.st-max.org/todesengel_main.htm) en/ge courtesy SwordsMaster
Resource on the Landsknechte by the St. Maximilian Landsknecht Re-enactment Guild


Hungary

Warfare

Hungarian Strategy against the Ottomans 1365 - 1526 (http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/pdfs/razso.pdf) en courtesy Mouzafphaerre
Paper by historian Gyula Rázsó for the 22nd International Commission of Military History in Vienna, 1996
Hungarian Renaissance Warfare (http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/thou/thou05.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Chapter IV of Anthony Komjathy, A Thousand Years of the Hungarian Art of War (1982)
The Fall of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary: Mohacs 1526 - Buda 1541 (http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/warso/warso00.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised 1989 monograph by historian Geza Perjes

Maps

Hungarian historical maps (http://historicaltextarchive.com/sections.php?op=viewarticle&artid=262#shields) en courtesy AdrianII
Enlargeable maps of Roman, Medieval and Modern Hungary by historian Donald Mabry


Italy

Background

The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (http://www.idbsu.edu/courses/hy309/docs/burckhardt/burckhardt.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Jacob Burckhardt's classic in a 1878 translation by S.G.C. Middlemore


Ottoman Turks

Background

Ottoman (http://www.theottomans.org/english/index.asp) en courtesy AlexPeters
Resource on Ottoman history, warfare, art, culture and family life by historian Korkut Ozgen
The Middle East: Period of Ottoman Domination (http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~fisher/hst373) en courtesy Big John
Readings, maps, images and glossary by historian Alan Fisher of Michigan State University

Maps

Growth of the Ottoman Empire From the Early 14th Century Till 1512 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~rs143/ottoma.jpg) en courtesy AdrianII
Map hosted by the University of Pennsylvania
Ottoman Empire and Balkan maps (http://www.history.uiuc.edu/fac_dir/todorova/Maps.htm) en courtesy Meneldil
Diverse collection of maps by history professor Maria Todorova


Poland

Background

A History of East Central Europe (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki
A Brief History of Poland (http://www.poloniatoday.com/historyix.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Overview of Polish history by Polish-American Polonia Media Network

Warfare

Polish Renaissance Warfare 1450 – 1699 (http://www.jasinski.co.uk/wojna/index.htm) en courtesy Cegorach
Articles and links on Polish army development, wars, battles and maps for the period by amateur S.A. Jasinski


Russia

Background

Web Readings in Russian History (http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Guide to primary and secondary sources on Russian history up to 1917 by historian Nicholas Pappas
Russia, 862 - present (http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm) en courtesy Big John
Resource with timelines and excellent maps by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelley Ross

Warfare

Russian Military History (http://www.xenophongi.org/rushistory/main.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Large amateur resource about all aspects of Russian military history including sections on Early Modern Russia, Russian rulers, arms and armour


Spain

Background

Ibercronox (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572) es courtesy AdrianII
Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro

Warfare

Index of the Spanish Tercio (http://www.geocities.com/ao1617/Index.html) en/fr/es courtesy Yggdrasill
Resource for the elite forces of the Spanish monarchy in the 16th and 17th Centuries by amateur Pierre Picouet
Los Tercios españoles en el Imperio (http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/8788/tercios.htm) es courtesy SwordsMaster
Resource on the Tercios by amateur Paco Fernandez with illustrations of banners, weapons, etcetera

Primary Sources

History of Spain: Primary Documents (http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/spain.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource by bibliographer Richard Hacken ofr Brigham Young University


Sweden

Warfare

The Many Swedish Wars (http://www.algonet.se/~hogman/slkrig_eng.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Resource on Sweden's wars from 1521 to 1814 by military historian Hans Högman


Switzerland

Warfare

Renaissance Armies: The Swiss (http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_swiss.html) en courtesy Angelnessuno
Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool


Ukraine

Warfare

Cossack Pirates of the Black Sea (http://www.historynet.com/mh/blcossackpirates) en courtesy AlexPeters
Lenghty article on Ukrainian/Crimean pirates from Military History magazine


Venice

Warfare

Stradioti: Balkan Mercenaries in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Italy (http://www.shsu.edu/~his_ncp/Stradioti.html) en courtesy AlexPeters
Article about the mounted Greek and Albanian mercenaries by historian Nicholas Pappas




7. Napoleonic Era :charge:


Napoleonic Warfare

Wars of the Napoleonic Era (http://www.zum.de/whkmla/military/napwars/napwarindex.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for Napoleonic Wars written and compiled by historian Alexander Ganse of the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy
Napoleon, His Army and Enemies (http://web2.airmail.net/napoleon/index.html) en courtesy Franconicus
Superb resource on all military aspects of the Napoleonic Era by multinational team
The Napoleon Series (http://www.napoleon-series.org) en courtesy AdrianII
Superb resource on all military aspects of the Napoleonic Era hosted by author Robert Burnham
MilitaryHeritage.com (http://www.militaryheritage.com) en courtesy AdrianII
Huge resource for Colonial and Napoleonic wars with in-depth articles, timelines, battle descriptions, links, on-line journal, events, music files and military miniatures and replica’s by Canadian private company The Discriminating General
Napoleonic Wars (http://www.rickard.karoo.net/subject_napoleon.html#battles) en courtesy Tricky Lady
Concise articles on Napoleonic wars and the treaties, persons, weapons and concepts involved by the Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
Preussische Militärgeschichte (http://www.grosser-generalstab.de) ge courtesy AdrianII
Scholarly resource for Prussian military history including essays, maps, timelines, battle descriptions, biographies, document reprints, details on flags, uniforms, &cetera by archivist and military historian Lars-Holger Thümmler
Österreichische Militärgeschichte (http://www.kuk-wehrmacht.de/geleitoe.htm) ge courtesy AdrianII
Scholarly resource for Austro-Hungarian military history including essays, maps, timeline, battle descriptions and biographies by archivist and military historian Lars-Holger Thümmler
Napitalia (http://www.napitalia.org.uk/eng/index.shtml) en courtesy AdrianII
Resource on Napoleon’s Italian Army (1805-1815) with timeline and details on leaders, units, organisation and battle descriptions by computer programmer Chris Hunt
The King’s German Legion (http://www.kgl.de) ge/en courtesy AdrianII
Resource for the campaigns of the German Legion 1803 – 1815 by the Hannoverian Society for Military History

Maps of the Napoleonic Era

Napoleonic Wars (http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/web03/atlases/napoleon/napoleon%20war%20index.htm) en courtesy Big John
Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point

Primary Sources

Principles of War (http://www.clausewitz.com/CWZHOME/PrincWar/Princwr1.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Carl von Clausewitz’ 1812 classic digitised by National War College professor Christopher Bassford
Napoleonic Memoirs (http://napoleonic-literature.com/AgeOfNapoleon/Memoirs.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Memoirs (partly digitised) of kings, statesmen, soldiers and courtesans with timeline, biographical detail and link section by art historian P.A. Teter


France

Background

Napoléon (http://www.napoleon.org/en/home.asp) en/fr courtesy AdrianII
Resource on all aspects of the First and Second Empire by public-private Fondation Napoléon
L’Histoire de France par l’image 1789 - 1939 (http://www.histoire-image.org) fr courtesy AdrianII
Superb iconographic resource with timelines, extensive annotated image library, essays and links from 1789 onwards, set up by French historians and curators
Napoleonic Guide (http://www.napoleonguide.com/) en courtesy AdrianII
Comprehensive amateur site about everything Napoleonic compiled by Ozzie journalist Richard Moore


Britain

Background

Britannia: British History (http://www.britannia.com/history/index.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Narrative histories of England, Wales, Scotland and London by historian David Nash Ford

Maps

Gardiner's Atlas of English History (http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm) en courtesy AlexPeters
Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts


Poland

Background

A History of East Central Europe (http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1) en courtesy AdrianII
Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki
A Brief History of Poland (http://www.poloniatoday.com/historyix.htm) en courtesy AdrianII
Overview of Polish history by Polish-American Polonia Media Network


Prussia

Background

The Prussian Tradition (http://mars.vnet.wnec.edu/~grempel/courses/germany/lectures/04prussian.html) en courtesy AdrianII
Short, sound lecture by historian Gerhard Rempel


Russia

Background

Web Readings in Russian History (http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html) en courtesy Meneldil
Guide to primary and secondary sources on Russian history up to 1917 by historian Nicholas Pappas
Russia, 862 - present (http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm) en courtesy Big John
Resource with timelines and excellent maps by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelley Ross


Spain

Background

Ibercronox (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572) es courtesy AdrianII
Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro




Last checked on 16 November 2006

Gregoshi
03-01-2005, 14:46
Great idea. Thanks for volunteering Adrian. ~D

Seriously, if you (or anyone else) post it, I'll sticky it. Your proposed organizational layout seems good to me. The only suggestion I'd have is to give credit to the patron who provided the link.

Adrian II
03-01-2005, 15:56
Great idea. Thanks for volunteering Adrian. ~DYup, I know I'm an idiot. I guess this makes it official... http://www.my-smileys.de/smileys2/49_4.gif


Seriously: thank youo, Gregoshi. I will gradually edit my proposal above, adding detail and incorporating patrons's suggestions for lay-out etcetera, until the whole thing looks acceptable to everybody. All input is welcome, of course.

Mouzafphaerre
03-01-2005, 16:52
This isn't included in Adrian II's posts?


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Something like this? ~;)

Medeniyet ve Târih (Civilization and History)

Referans (Reference)
Ex Oriente Lux (http://www.nezihuzel.com/)
The History Files (http://www.kessler-web.co.uk/HistoryFiles.htm)
The Proceedings of the Friesian School (http://www.friesian.com/)
Omniglot - a guide to writing systems (http://www.omniglot.com/writing/index.htm)
Cartes d'Europe Euratlas maps of Europe (http://www.euratlas.com/)
Medieval Names Archive (http://www.panix.com/%7Emittle/names/)
TheHistoryNet.com (http://www.thehistorynet.com/)
Orders of Chivalry (http://www.hostkingdom.net/Chivalry.html)
Medieval Sourcebook: Introduction (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html)
ART HISTORY RESOURCES ON THE WEB: Contents (http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html)
Paradox Interactive Forums - History Forums (http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=44)

Müzeler (Museums)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: metmuseum.org (http://www.metmuseum.org/home.asp)
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (http://www.khm.at/)
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia -- Powered by IBM (http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/)
The British Academy - the national academy for the humanities and the social sciences (http://www.britac.ac.uk/)

Makáleler, haberler (Articles/essays, news)

Üçüncü Roma İmparatorluğu (http://arsiv.hurriyetim.com.tr/ozel/turk/99/10/18/ozehab/02oze.htm)
Luke Ueda-Sarson's Web-site (http://www.ne.jp/asahi/luke/ueda-sarson/Luke%27s_1st_page.html)

Ünvanlar, Hitap Şekilleri ve İsimler (Titles, Styles and Names)

Royal and noble ranks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_and_noble_ranks)
Nobility - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobility)
Graf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landgrave)
Byzantine aristocracy and bureaucracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byzantine_aristocracy_and_bureaucracy)
Category:Peerage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Peerage)
Ban (title) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ban_%28title%29)
English honorifics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_honorifics)
Forms of Address in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forms_of_Address_in_the_United_Kingdom)
Japanese honorifics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_honorifics)
List of post-nominal letters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_post-nominal_letters)
Style (manner of address) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_%28manner_of_address%29)
A Glossary of European Noble, Princely, Royal and Imperial Titles (http://www.heraldica.org/topics/odegard/titlefaq.htm)
A Glossary of Titles in 35 Languages (http://www.heraldica.org/faqs/titel.htm)
Royal Styles (http://www.heraldica.org/topics/royalty/royalstyle.htm)
Kazoku - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazoku)

Lisan ilimleri (Language sciences)

A Glossary of Titles in 35 Languages (http://www.heraldica.org/faqs/titel.htm)
Aramaic alphabet - Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aramaic_alphabet)
Orhon inscriptions - Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orhon_inscriptions) Runic alphabet - Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runic)
Brahmi Alphabet (http://www.omniglot.com/writing/brahmi.htm)
AncientScripts.com (http://www.ancientscripts.com/)

Bayraklar, Armalar... (Flags, COAs...)

Historical Flags for Wargames (http://www.angelfire.com/ak5/alexflags/index.html)
Хералдика во Македонија (http://heraldry.mol.com.mk/)
Heraldica (http://www.heraldica.org/)
Héraldique européenne - European heraldry - Free coats - Free pictures (http://www.heraldique-europeenne.org/Accueil.htm)
Coat of Arms (http://hitoto.at.infoseek.co.jp/)
Sakartvelo - Georgia (http://rustaveli.tripod.com/heraldry/index.html)
SilverDragon Heraldry (http://www.eecs.tufts.edu/%7Emkaminow/HERALDRY/)

Haritalar, atlaslar... (Maps, atlases...)

Historical Maps - Perry-Castañeda Map Collection - UT Library Online (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/index.html)
Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe (http://www.euratlas.com/summary.htm)
Khazar Historic Maps (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Sparta/3976/)
Other Maps Relating to Islam's Historical Development (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/%7Ers143/map.html)
Full map of Europe AD 1400 (http://www.euratlas.com/big/big1400.htm)
Historical Atlas of the 20th Century (http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/20centry.htm)
Dimensions of Empire (http://www.princeton.edu/%7Ehumcomp/dimensions.html)

İlm-i Neseb (Genealogy)

The French Monarchy: The French Bourbons (http://www.ac.wwu.edu/%7Estephan/Rulers/bourbon.html)Royal Genealogies (http://www.ac.wwu.edu/%7Estephan/Rulers/)

Harb târihi (Martial history)

De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History (http://www.deremilitari.org/)
Maori warfare (http://www.totalwar.org/cgi-bin/forum/ikonboard.cgi?;act=ST;f=3;t=14743)
Weapons Glossary (http://www.amazonminiatures.com/youandwhosearmy/weapons.asp)
The Guild - Military History of India (http://showthread.php?t=27958)

Nümizmatik (Numismatics)

Numismatics (http://www.snible.org/coins/)
Ancient Coins: Roman, Greek, Byzantine and Celtic Numismatic Reference (http://www.wildwinds.com/) for Attribution and Valuation (http://www.wildwinds.com/)
ROMANIAN COINS - MAIN PAGE (http://www.geocities.com/romaniancoins/)

İslâm (Islam)

Other Maps Relating to Islam's Historical Development (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/%7Ers143/map.html)
Other Maps Relating to Islam's Historical Development (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/%7Ers143/map.html)
Dimensions of Empire (http://www.princeton.edu/%7Ehumcomp/dimensions.html)
http://numerus.ling.uu.se/~kamalk/language/saladin.html (http://numerus.ling.uu.se/%7Ekamalk/language/saladin.html)
Salah-ad-Din - by Palden Jenkins (http://www.palden.co.uk/palden/p4-saladin.html)

Îran ve Mezopotamya (Iran and Mesopotamia)

Parthian Empire - History and Coins of Ancient Parthia (http://www.parthia.com/)
Circle of Ancient Iranian Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (CAIS at SOAS) (http://home.btconnect.com/CAIS/)
Parthian Empire - History and Coins of Ancient Parthia (http://www.parthia.com/)
Iranian monarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_monarchy)
Iransaga - Persian history, art and culture (http://www.artarena.force9.co.uk/iran.htm)
Samanid Renaissance and Establishment of Tajik Identity (http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/Samanid/Samanid.html)
History of Iran: Historic Periods & Events (http://www.iranchamber.com/history/historic_periods.php)
The Qajar (Kadjar) Dynasty Pages (http://www.qajarpages.org/qajdyn.html)
The Qajar (Kadjar) Pages (http://www.qajarpages.org/)
Naval Warfare in ancient India (http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/FULLTEXT/JR-ENG/cha.htm)
Ancient History Sourcebook: Ancient Accounts of Arabia, 430BCE-550CE (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/arabia1.html)
Parthian Empire - History and Coins of Ancient Parthia (http://www.parthia.com/)
Encyclopaedia Iranica (http://www.iranica.com/)

Mısır (Ægypt)

Canals for Shipping in ancient Egypt (http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/timelines/topics/canals.htm)

Fenike, Kartaca, Yunan, Helenistik devletler (Phonicia, Carthage, Hellenes, Hellenistic states)

Hannibal Barca and the Punic Wars (http://www.barca.fsnet.co.uk/index.htm)

Roma (Làtin, Hıristiyan, Helenistik), Selçuklu, Osmanlı (Rome [Latin, Christian, Hellenistic], Selchuq, Ottoman)

Üçüncü Roma İmparatorluğu (http://arsiv.hurriyetim.com.tr/ozel/turk/99/10/18/ozehab/02oze.htm)
Anna Comena: The Alexiad [0n the Crusades] (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/comnena-cde.html)
Medieval Sourcebook: Byzantium (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1c.html)
The Ottoman History Resource Index (http://www.ottoman-links.co.uk/)
WELCOME TO ROMAN BRITAIN (http://www.roman-britain.org/)
Roman Emperors - De Imperatoribus Romanis (http://www.roman-emperors.org/)
Tacitus' Germania in English (http://www.geocities.com/aeldricc/tacitus_germania.html)
The Gallic War (http://members.lycos.nl/romans/dbg3/Ch3_22.htm)
Roman Numismatic Gallery (http://www.romancoins.info/)
Roman Decadence, Rome and Romania, and the Emperors Who Weren't (http://www.friesian.com/decdenc1.htm)
Justin Paola's Collection of Roman Emperors (http://www.thepaolas.com/Emperors/emperors.html)
List of Roman Emperors - Internet-Encyclopedia (http://www.internet-encyclopedia.org/wiki.phtml?title=Roman_Emperors)
Imperatores Romani - Wikipedia (http://la.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperatores_Romani)
Roman Social Class and Public Display (http://www.vroma.org/%7Ebmcmanus/socialclass.html)
VRoma: A Virtual Community for Teaching and Learning Classics (http://www.vroma.org/)
Equites (http://www.ualberta.ca/%7Ecsmackay/CLASS_378/Equites.html)
Christopher S. Mackay (http://www.ualberta.ca/%7Ecsmackay/)
Hellenistic and Roman Bibliography (http://www.fenrir.dk/history/database/) Caesaren (http://www.romancoins.info/Caesar-Sculputure.HTML)
Medieval Sourcebook: Sidi Ali Reis (16th Century CE): Mirat ul Memalik ("The Mirror of Countries") (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/16CSidi1.html)
Bill Thayer's Web Site (http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/home.html)

Hindistan (India)

The Guild - Military History of India (http://showthread.php?t=27958)
List of Mughal emperors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mughal_emperors)
Portuguese Bengal. History of Ugolim (Hoogli),Meliapore (Sao Tome),Chittagong... (http://xoomer.virgilio.it/_XOOM/mramerin/bengal.html)
The Mughals: Table of Contents (http://www.wsu.edu:8080/%7Edee/MUGHAL/CONTENTS.HTM) Kamat's Potpourri: When the Moguls Ruled ... - When the Moguls Ruled India.. (http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/mogul/)
Indian History, Mughals, Akbar to Aurangzeb, Mughal Legacy: Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh (http://members.tripod.com/%7EINDIA_RESOURCE/mughal.html)

İndonezya, Malaysiya, Filipinler... (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philipinnes...)

4. Southeast Asia, c. 900-1557. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History (http://www.bartleby.com/67/339.html#c3p00682)
3. The Philippines, 1500-1800. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History (http://www.bartleby.com/67/867.html)
Kasaysayang Ng Lahing Pilipino - The Early Philippines (http://www.filipinoheritage.com/history/early_philippines.htm)
Kasaysayang Ng Lahing Pilipino - The Arrival of Spanish (http://www.filipinoheritage.com/history/arrival_spanish.htm)
Dutch Portuguese Colonial History. (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/6497/)
Portugese en Nederlandse Koloniale Geschiedenis. Historia Colonial de Portugal e Holanda. Ceylon(Sri Lanka),India,Malacca,Ghana,Tobago,Brazil,Formosa(T aiwan),Indonesia,New York(Amsterdam),Timor,South (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/6497/)
Africa,Asia,Mauritius,Mombasa,Bengal,Angola,Mozamb ique,Guyana,Caribbean. (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/6497/)
Sejarah Melayu: A History of the Malay Peninsula (http://www.sabrizain.org/malaya/)
http://www.geographia.com/malaysia/timeline.htm

Asya ve Bozkır (Asia and Steppes)

Nomadic Art (http://studentorgs.utexas.edu/husa/origins/hunhist/hunart.html)
Buried XiongNu City Discovered (http://www.chinapage.com/archeology/xiongnu.html)
Huns - Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huns)
A timeline of the Mongols (http://www.scaruffi.com/politics/mongols.html)
The Mongol Khâns (http://www.friesian.com/mongol.htm)
Hsiungnu (Xiongnu, Huns of Asia) (http://iimk.nw.ru/eng/themes/xiongnu/index.htm)
The successors of Chingiz Khan and their coins (http://www.hordecoins.folgat.net/index.html)
The Thirteenth Tribe - The Khazar Empire and its Heritage (http://198.62.75.1/www2/koestler/)

şiongnu (Xiong Nu)

Ussun - encyclopedia article about Ussun. (http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Ussun)
Xiongnu - encyclopedia article about Xiongnu. (http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Xiongnu)

şiongnu/hun (Xiong Nu/Khun)

Xiongnu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xiong_nu)
Wusun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wusun)
Uar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uar)
Yuezhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuezhi)
Alans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alans)
Huns - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huns)
British Academy - After Alexander: Central Asia Before Islam: Programme (http://www.britac.ac.uk/events/programmes/2004/040623prog.html)
Çin, Kore, Japonya... (China, Korea, Japan)

1421 - Gavin Menzies (http://www.1421.tv/) KATSU KAISHU: The Man Who Saved Early Modern Japan (http://swordforum.com/articles/japanesehistory/katsukaishu.php)
http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/exhibit/xiongnu/essay.html
Chinaknowledge - a universal guide for China studies (http://www.chinaknowledge.de/index.html)
Chinese Dynasties Maps (http://www.paulnoll.com/China/Dynasty/history-maps-dynasty.html)
Timeline (http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/timeline.htm)

Avrupa (Europe)

Kingdoms of the Netherlands - Holland (http://www.kessler-web.co.uk/History/KingListsEurope/FranceHolland.htm)
The History of the Scots, Picts and Britons by David Dale (http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/DavidDale1/Hisco.htm)
WELCOME TO ROMAN BRITAIN (http://www.roman-britain.org/)
The Mythology of Ancient Britain and Ireland (http://www.cwru.edu/UL/preserve/stack/MythologyBrit.html)
Los guerreros iberos (http://www.historialago.com/leg_iber_01025_guerreros_01.htm)
Tacitus' Germania in English (http://www.geocities.com/aeldricc/tacitus_germania.html)
The Gallic War (http://members.lycos.nl/romans/dbg3/Ch3_22.htm)
100yearswar.co.uk (http://www.100yearswar.co.uk/index.htm)
Victorian Station - The British Empire (http://www.victorianstation.com/empire.htm)
List of rulers of Croatia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rulers_of_Croatia)
Teutonic Knights - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teutonic_Knights)
Magyarország.hu - Magyarországi uralkodói és államfői (https://secure.magyarorszag.hu/orszaginfo/tortenelem/uralkodokesallamfok/uralkodoallamfo.html)
the Holy Roman Empire (http://www.heraldica.org/topics/national/hre.htm)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish-Lithuanian_Commonwealth)
List of Polish rulers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Polish_rulers)
Das Deutsche Reich 1789 (http://www.hoeckmann.de/deutschland/index.htm)
Trojan Kings (http://phdamste.tripod.com/trojan.html)
Heimskringla (DL SunSITE) (http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/Heimskringla/)

Fiksiyon, fantazya ve polemik (Fiction, fantasy, polemics)

Odin's Castle of Dreams & Legends (http://www.odinscastle.org/)
Zeugma 'Histerisi'nin 'Perde Arkası' (http://www.geocities.com/ilhan_attila/02_EKIM_2000.htm)
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Adrian II
03-01-2005, 17:11
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Something like this? ~;)

Exactly, m8 !! :thumbsup:

It pains me, of course, to see the Kingdom of the Netherlands next to Snorri's Heimskringla and the Heiliges Roemisches Reich Theutscher Nation. ~;)

Seriously, I'll take a close look at all of it and try to sort it out according to period etcetera. Please bear with me (and have patience) because I'm going to need your help.

I suppose guys like Sigurd of Fafnesbane, Pindar, Hurin Rules, Aurelian and many others will have ideas and links to add. This might become a Frankenstein monster and we may have to shoot it... but after some pruning and the scaling back to generic links it might be manageable after all.

Thanks again, Mouzafphaerre.
:bow:

Mouzafphaerre
03-01-2005, 17:15
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To clear possible misunderstanding in advance, this is a relevant segment from my bookmarks file. There are intersections with the Monastry but that's all. I also have a few hundred "unclassified" links. :dizzy2:

Translation of the titles and subtitles will help I guess? [DONE ~;)]
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Adrian II
03-01-2005, 19:10
Translation of the titles and subtitles will help I guess? [DONE ~;)]Great, Mouzafphaerre. :bow:

I knew you were a great amateur of encyclopedic knowledge, and these bookmarks reflect the range of your curiosity and interests.

Please look at the tentative lay-out I have edited into my original post and tell me what you think of it. I feel that we should first (1) await the input of others, then (2) settle on a particular lay-out, and finally (3) get down to the nitty-gritty of the choice of links.

Methodical minds of all countries, unite! :charge:

Mouzafphaerre
03-01-2005, 20:08
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Timelines as a general guide is OK but too much subdivisions will, I'm afraid, fail when there are simply no detailed resouces OR the sources to be dealt with aren't specific to a certain subtitle.

As you probably have noticed, I prefer geography over chronology in my bookmarks but either way is OK to me.
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Meneldil
03-02-2005, 15:15
A very good idea indeed.
I'm going to post here every piece of info I found for the Diadochi Total War mod, as well as some other interesting things.



General :
Maps :

Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, on http://ancienthistory.about.com/ (http://ancienthistory.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=ancienthistory&zu=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/history_shepherd_1923.html) [already posted]


Hellenistic World :
Maps :

The Hellenistic Kingdoms from 303 BC to 145 BC (http://www.fhw.gr/chronos/06/en/kingdoms/index.html)

General :

Alexander's Successors : The Diadochi (http://www.livius.org/di-dn/diadochi/diadochi.htm)

The Diadochi : The World after the death of Alexander the Great 323 - 281 BC (http://hometown.aol.co.uk/bobbbennett/synopsis.htm)

An Online Sourcebook for the History, Numismatics, Epigraphy, Art and Archaeology of the Seleukid Empire (http://www.seleukids.org/)

Antigonus the Successor "Diadochoi" (http://members.tripod.com/~Kekrops/Hellenistic_Files/Antigonus.html)

The Cimmerian Bosphorus (http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Cimmerian%20Bosporus)

Numismatic from the Hellenistic Age, the Roman World and the Byzantine Empire (http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/art/buerger/catalogue/catalo.html)

The House of Ptolemy, an aid in the study of the Ptolemaic (Macedonian-based Greek), Roman Imperial (Greco-Roman), and Byzantine rulers of Egypt based in Alexandria (http://www.houseofptolemy.org/)

The Ptolemaic Dynasty, Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ptolemaic)

The Seleucid Empire, Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seleucid)

Lysimachus, Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lysimachus_of_Thrace)

Antigonus I Monophthalmus, Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antigonus_I_Monophthalmus)

Cassander, Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassander)

Warfare :

The Evolution of Hellenistic Infantry : the Reforms of Iphikrates and the Infantry of the Successors. (http://www.ne.jp/asahi/luke/ueda-sarson/Iphikrates1.html)

L’organisation militaire de la monarchie Séleucide (in French) (http://www.stratisc.org/partenaires/cfhm/rihm/82/RIHM_82_BARRAL.html)

The Diadochi Wars Timeframe (http://www.anchist.mq.edu.au/222/DiadochWarsFrames.htm)

Edit : I noticed Mouzafphaerre already posted some of these links.
I don't know if all of them are valuable, but well, as far as possible, I tried to avoid links to Macedonian or Greek sites (mostly cause many of them are full of "Macedonians are greeks" and "Macedonians aren't greeks")

Adrian II
03-02-2005, 16:13
I'm going to post here every piece of info I found for the Diadochi Total War mod, as well as some other interesting things.Thank you very much, Meneldil! :bow:

Your links are particularly appreciated because I want to turn this into a tool for TW players and modders, with the emphasis on the periods and nations and their warfare covered by the game and its various mods.
Edit : I noticed Mouzafphaerre already posted some of these links.I will try to deal with the problem of overlap, but the assistance of patrons in correcting my mistakes is very welcome.
I tried to avoid links to Macedonian or Greek sites (mostly cause many of them are full of "Macedonians are greeks" and "Macedonians aren't greeks")I think we can not and should not shy away from controversy because that is part and parcel of historiography. Some conflictuous material will have to be included, but I trust we can deal with that.

Thanks again!! ~:cheers:

Meneldil
03-02-2005, 16:54
To save you some time, I'm going to put a sticky to links that have already been posted.

If you think biased and controversial work should be in, I'm going to post this kind of links aswell ;)

Btw, do we have to post english sites only ?

Adrian II
03-02-2005, 21:57
To save you some time, I'm going to put a sticky to links that have already been posted.Thanks, you are most helpful.

I'll continue working on it. I think we're beginning to see the skeleton of the animal, but I am not satisfied yet. We want all the bones in place before we can add the meat and skin and breathe life into it.

Edit
As for the language, I think we should only include non-English links if they (1) contain unique information relevant to the TW games, and (2) they are not available in English at all.

So, no original Old French Froissart, because the Bibliotheque Nationale has made him available in English. But, say, a link to an original Norse chronicle with bearing on the TW games that has never been translated into English is definitely on.
What do you think?

Meneldil
03-05-2005, 12:18
A couple more links :

Les guerriers du Japon (http://samourais.free.fr/index.html)

A lot of useful informations about the Samurais and Middle Age Japan.

http://www.culturalresources.com/

Adrian II
03-05-2005, 19:35
Les guerriers du Japon (http://samourais.free.fr/index.html)Qu'il est beau! The author even enlisted the help of Turnbull and Sasama. I've entered it under Sengoku Jidai, Warfare.
http://www.culturalresources.com/Good link, I'm still looking for the right spot to insert it.

Will you do me another favour. Would you please take a good look at the Alexander and Hellenistic Kingdoms subheading and tell us what's missing, redundant or plain wrong?

Grand merci, Meneldil!
:bow:

Gregoshi
03-05-2005, 22:30
This is looking fantastic! Let me know when you are ready for me to sticky it. Great job to all who contributed and special thanks to AdrianII for putting it all together. ~:pat:

Adrian II
03-06-2005, 03:42
This is looking fantastic!The lay-out feels good now, so I've started to cover more bases with links. :balloon2:

I'm scouring both the .org (I've been working the Hosted Mods forum today) and the WWW for links. I've asked some members by PM to look into certain areas to help me out. We'll get there somewhere this week, though I'll be fine-tuning it for a while and I'll keep an eye on it as long as I'm an active member of course.

You can stick it (pun unintentional) whenever you want, Gregoshi. I'll change the introductory text so it looks like a proper sticky. Would you care to change the name into, say, Virtual Library or On-line History Resource or sumpin'? I'm a bit of a stickler for decorum. :toff:

Back to work now .. :computer:

Meneldil
03-07-2005, 10:49
A very nice site about ancient Nabataean kingdom :

http://nabataea.net/

Adrian II
03-07-2005, 11:32
A very nice site about ancient Nabataean kingdom :

http://nabataea.net/

:bow:

Wilbo
03-07-2005, 12:46
That is some excellent work AdrianII!

And you, Mouza!

Drisos
03-07-2005, 13:01
This is a nice tread, good that it's sticky too!

have been typing for hours or what? that first post is longer than me! :dizzy2:

khelvan
03-08-2005, 02:24
http://scholar.google.com/

Your new best friend.

Lord Zimoa of Flanders
03-08-2005, 22:33
Sorry did not check all your links but it is a wonderfull effort.
I posted some Ancient in the HTW Library:

http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/showthread.php?t=33509

For Napoleonic links:

http://www.thelordz.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3010

Very good and a major source,this is my favorite:

http://www.teacheroz.com/toc.htm

Sorry of some are already known to you.

Cheers,

LZoF

Adrian II
03-09-2005, 00:16
Sorry did not check all your links but it is a wonderfull effort.Thanks, Lord Zimoa of Flanders! I had already copied the links you posted in the HTW, I browsed that entire forum yesterday. Those about Persia are already in the sticky with your name next to them as contributor.

Should you find anything TW-history-related on the Web in future, remember to keep us posted.

Thanks again. :bow:

Adrian II
03-09-2005, 00:21
http://scholar.google.com/

Your new best friend.Thanks, Khelvan! I have already incorporated a bunch of historical resource links which I found in your various modding threads. I like the dedication of the true modder, and I hope your mod is shaping up to your satisfaction.
:bow:

Big_John
03-09-2005, 01:21
don't know if this is the kind of stuff that you're looking for..

www.myarmoury.com
info on historic weapons and armor.
mostly a resource for collectors, with lots of reviews of replicas and such.
but it has cool feature articles too. examples:
http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_seax.html
http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_burg.html

another weaponry oriented site
http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/maciejowski_bible.htm
about the maciejowski bible, which is an illuminated old testament.
it is essentially a chronicle of 13th century arms.
some example of the detail:
http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/maciejowski_images_10.htm
http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/images/maciejowski/leaf10/otm10ra&b.gif
http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/images/maciejowski/leaf10/otm10ra&bdetail1.gif

Redleg
03-09-2005, 05:20
If you want modern warfare links - American Civil war to now - I can give you some of mine - but they are really rather easy to find.

But good work - nice compresive (SP?) list so far

Adrian II
03-09-2005, 11:50
If you want modern warfare links - American Civil war to now - I can give you some of mine - but they are really rather easy to find.Hey Redleg, nice to see you're visiting here, m8! :bow:

Is there a TW Civil War mod out. And if so, is there a recognisable community for it? In that case I will add a title for the period. But so far I have seen none of that. I have just added a title for the Early Modern Era because of the Citadel mod.

Thanks anyway, Redleg, and if we need Civil War links I'll be sure to contact you.
~:cheers:

Adrian II
03-09-2005, 12:03
don't know if this is the kind of stuff that you're looking for..

www.myarmoury.com

http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/maciejowski_bible.htmHmm, me like! This is exactly the kind of stuff we're looking for. The Maciejowski Bible looks like a superb site to me, I'll add it to the Primary Sources list for Medieval history. The MyArmoury site comes under Medieval warfare

Thank you very much, Big John!

P.S. What about a historic babe link, BJ? ~:cool:

Mouzafphaerre
03-09-2005, 12:34
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This is a great work Ardian! I love the smilies! ~:joker:
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Adrian II
03-09-2005, 12:42
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This is a great work Ardian! I love the smilies! ~:joker:
-Gotcha, Mouzafphaerre! Thanks for the complment, m8, but... now that you're on-line, could you give me a hand with the Ottomans and Islam please? Look into the links and do your darndest, I'm counting on you to balance our outlook and insert some Mediterranean condiments into that bleak Western European porridge.
:bow:

Meneldil
03-09-2005, 15:48
David Rumsey Map Collection (http://davidrumsey.com/)

La découverte des Mongols au XIII° siècle (http://mapage.noos.fr/mdeverge01/mongol.html)

A rather interesting french site about the Mongols, with a lot of links to english and french websites.


The Black Death (http://www.byu.edu/ipt/projects/middleages/LifeTimes/Plague.html)

I think you can guess the topic by yourself ;-)

The Scythians (http://www.silk-road.com/artl/scythian.shtml)

I can't really tell you if your list for the Hellenistic Kigdoms is complete, as my knowledge on that topic is kinda limited.

Big_John
03-09-2005, 19:15
P.S. What about a historic babe link, BJ? ~:cool:
link? heck, i'll give you the real deal!

teh hawt? :scholar:

http://www.csupomona.edu/~plin/ls201/images/medwoman_big.jpg
http://www.vroma.org/images/mcmanus_images/girl_perfume.jpg
http://www.fieldmuseum.org/research_collections/anthropology/anthro_sites/boone/women/painting_photos/119476_2.jpg


and what about www.saudiaramcoworld.com? i saw khelvan make reference to the site in a EB thread (so if you like it, cite him). here's a bit of their "about us" statement:

Saudi Aramco, the oil company born as an international enterprise 75 years ago, distributes Saudi Aramco World to increase cross-cultural understanding. The bimonthly magazine's goal is to broaden knowledge of the cultures, history and geography of the Arab and Muslim worlds and their connections with the West. Saudi Aramco World is distributed without charge, upon request, to interested readers worldwide.
kind of like a saudi national geographic, and it's mostly concerned with modern islamic culture. but there's a little historical research too, here's a couple of their articles:
http://www.saudiaramcoworld.com/issue/200501/in.search.of.the.real.troy.htm
http://www.saudiaramcoworld.com/issue/200403/libya.s.forgotten.desert.kingdom.htm

also, i didn't see a bayeux tapestry link up yet, forgive if i missed it.
http://www.bayeuxtapestry.org.uk/ (better info)
http://www.sjolander.com/viking/museum/bt/bt.htm (better pics)

ps that weapon comparison tool is pretty sweet isn't it? ~:)

Armchair Athlete
03-10-2005, 09:50
If this link hasn't already been posted, this is an excellent resource for some of the Turkic tribes (with the emphasis on the Volga Bulgarians) but also dealing with the Alans, Oghuz and others. The Volga Bulgarian section is stuff you probably wont even find in scholarly journals, an excellent (if somewhat dry) read

http://turkicworld.org/

Adrian II
03-10-2005, 11:10
David Rumsey Map Collection (http://davidrumsey.com/)

La découverte des Mongols au XIII° siècle (http://mapage.noos.fr/mdeverge01/mongol.html)

A rather interesting french site about the Mongols, with a lot of links to english and french websites.


The Black Death (http://www.byu.edu/ipt/projects/middleages/LifeTimes/Plague.html)

I think you can guess the topic by yourself ;-)

The Scythians (http://www.silk-road.com/artl/scythian.shtml)

I can't really tell you if your list for the Hellenistic Kigdoms is complete, as my knowledge on that topic is kinda limited.Thanks again, particularly for the Mongol link index. I'm browsing and comparing the stuff that's in there to see how I can best make everything in there accessible to English readers, but we may have no other choice than linking to a French page. Bah, honi soit &cetera.
:bow:

Adrian II
03-10-2005, 11:22
also, i didn't see a bayeux tapestry link up yet, forgive if i missed it.
http://www.bayeuxtapestry.org.uk/ (better info)
http://www.sjolander.com/viking/museum/bt/bt.htm (better pics)Good hint, Bayeux rulez. If you don't mind I linked to an even better quality pic site, at least as far as I can see: www.hastings1066.com
teh hawt? :scholar:Teh 1337!!1
ps that weapon comparison tool is pretty sweet isn't it? ~:)I was thinking about a computerised babe comparison tool...

:scholar: E=MC2 :kiss2: :hair2: :gorgeous:
:thinking2:

Adrian II
03-10-2005, 11:24
If this link hasn't already been posted, this is an excellent resource for some of the Turkic tribes (with the emphasis on the Volga Bulgarians) but also dealing with the Alans, Oghuz and others. The Volga Bulgarian section is stuff you probably wont even find in scholarly journals, an excellent (if somewhat dry) read

http://turkicworld.org/It's a monster! Beautiful, I'm going to check it out right away. This covers some large gaps in our list. Thanks man!
:bow:

Armchair Athlete
03-10-2005, 12:11
If you really want to kill some time, read the entire Djagfar Tarhini Annals. About the only primary source you will find on the Volga Bulgars, but absolutely MASSIVE! Took me ages to get through.

Some other ones that I think are not on that list yet;

http://rbedrosian.com/Historyw.html

Lots of info about the Armenians here, and the relations between the Cilician Armenians and the Mongols 9as well as Armenians still in the traditional heartland when the Seljuks invaded). Some stuff on the Georgians too (who conquered most of Armenia before the Mongols arrived)

http://websrv5.sdu.dk/mott/warsicilianvespers/introwsv.html

Website that tells you lots about the Sicilian Vespers revolt, and the subsequent wars between Aragon and Angevin France, and troop types used.

I think thats all I've got for now, if I remember any more I will post them here

Big_John
03-10-2005, 18:12
Good hint, Bayeux rulez. If you don't mind I linked to an even better quality pic site, at least as far as I can see: www.hastings1066.com[/urlyeah, i find that site annoyong for some reason, i think it doesn't like firefox or something. anyway those two sites use the exact same images anyway, so it's all good.

what about this site?
http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/L/Li/List_of_wars.htm (www.hastings1066.com)

it's a list of wars from the trojan war through modern times. some of the description is good,
and there are usually links to other resources. here's an example:

the thirteen years war:
[URL]www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/T/Th/Thirteen_Years_War.htm

battle of sweicin:
www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/B/Ba/Battle_of_Swiecin.htm

about the polish commander at the battle of sweicin, casimir the 4th the jagiellonian:
www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/C/Ca/Casimir_IV_of_Poland.htm

Adrian II
03-10-2005, 21:24
yeah, i find that site annoyong for some reason, i think it doesn't like firefox or something. anyway those two sites use the exact same images anyway, so it's all good.You are right. I did a detailed comparison of sections 1 and 35 on the hastings site and the sjolander site, and the latter comes oit best, so I changed the link to sjolander. Who, by the way, is one ugly guy. And have you seen his horrible oil paintings? Hm, and there are some disturbing family pics on that site. ~:eek:
http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/L/Li/List_of_wars.htm it's a list of wars from the trojan war through modern times. some of the description is good, and there are usually links to other resources. It doesn't open for me right now, I'll try again later on. Meanwhile I'm working on that terrific Turkic thread posted by Armchair Ahtlete.

Big_John
03-10-2005, 21:41
adrian, i believe the phrase you are looking for is, "greatest artist of our time".

http://www.sjolander.com/peter/paintings/l/Stormsea.jpg

Big_John
03-10-2005, 22:08
It doesn't open for me right now, I'll try again later on. Meanwhile I'm working on that terrific Turkic thread posted by Armchair Ahtlete.yeah, not sure what's up with that.. anyway, when you get some free time, you might want to check out
http://libraryautomation.com/nymas/NYMAS2.html#Our%20Guides%20to%20Military%20History %20on%20the%20Web
a compilation of lots of links, though a lot of the links don't work.

here's a sample:
(renaissance warfare) http://libraryautomation.com/nymas/nymas2ren.htm
(1st link, 16th c warfare) http://www.lepg.org/warfare.htm

Adrian II
03-11-2005, 14:37
Some other ones that I think are not on that list yet;

http://rbedrosian.com/Historyw.html
http://websrv5.sdu.dk/mott/warsicilianvespers/introwsv.htmlExcellent!! I've been reading there for hours. Bedrosian is a gem of 'objectivity' on Armenia, the Vesper site is well-researched, beautifully illustrated, and I'm a naval buff, so.. Ka-Pow!

:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:

Big_John
03-14-2005, 19:14
http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/romanarmy.html
barbara mcmanus' article on the roman army of the late republic/early empire

http://www.fernweb.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/mf/people.htm
mark furnival's page mostly about the germanic tribes of the 'dark ages'. availible in english and dutch (http://users.pandora.be/vroege-middeleeuwen/volkeren.htm).

http://www.standin.se/fifteen.htm
edward creasy's fifteen decisive battles of the world

http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/web03/atlases/atlas%20home.htm
the online atlas collection of west point academy. goes well with some of creasy's battle texts. example, marathon:
http://www.standin.se/fifteen1a.htm
http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/battle_marathon_initial.html
http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/battle_marathon_envelopment.html


btw, looks like that absoluteastronomy site is back up adrian, as of 20:11 gmt.

Adrian II
03-16-2005, 18:42
http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/romanarmy.html
barbara mcmanus' article on the roman army of the late republic/early empire

http://www.fernweb.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/mf/people.htm
mark furnival's page mostly about the germanic tribes of the 'dark ages'. availible in english and dutch (http://users.pandora.be/vroege-middeleeuwen/volkeren.htm).

http://www.standin.se/fifteen.htm
edward creasy's fifteen decisive battles of the world

http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/web03/atlases/atlas%20home.htm
the online atlas collection of west point academy. goes well with some of creasy's battle texts. example, marathon:
http://www.standin.se/fifteen1a.htm
http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/battle_marathon_initial.html
http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/battle_marathon_envelopment.html


btw, looks like that absoluteastronomy site is back up adrian, as of 20:11 gmt.Will check, Big John! I haven't been much on-line over the past couple days (it seems I have a life after all) but I'll catch up and incorporate more links over the coming days.

Boy, this is turning into a monster...
:dizzy2:

Adrian II
03-17-2005, 20:37
btw, looks like that absoluteastronomy site is back up adrian, as of 20:11 gmt.Man, you posted a lot of good links and many of them are already in, but this absoluteastronomy is a hard nut to crack. It looks great, in-depth, good analysis, but it loads like a hippie Volkswagen on a Sunday morning. It's a real shame. Is it just me? If so, I'll try a different connection tomorrow and check it all the way.

Big_John
03-17-2005, 23:41
never seen the site slow, just down a lot for me. but don't worry about it, it's only a mediocre site, imo. like you say, some interesting descriptions, but generally it's very hit-or-miss. just come back to it some time if you get bored or whatever.

edit: a couple more site for future consideration:
http://www.doaks.org/Crusades/CR01.pdf
an excerpt from the crusades from the perspective of byzantium and the muslim world by laiou & mottahedeh. pdf format. for people who really like to read. :blank2:
http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/geometry/content.htm
an interesting online version of a museum of the history of science exhibit about mathematics and the development of warfare in renaissance europe. not sure how pertinent it is, but it's very cool, and it's got lots of nice scans from old books. :book:
http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/geometry/fig11m.htm

Adrian II
03-18-2005, 19:10
http://www.doaks.org/Crusades/CR01.pdfDoaks is a dead link, it says the page is under construction but the provider may have given him the boot for whatever silly reason. Happens all the time. I'll get back to it in future.
http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/geometry/content.htmWhoa, I had no idea such stuff was on-line. This one is just a little thin to qualify as superb but Chrrrist what a beauty!

:bow:

Adrian II
04-01-2005, 09:24
Post 2.Je laat er ook geen gras over groeien, TosaInu! Bedankt!
:bow:

Adrian II
04-01-2005, 09:28
http://www.doaks.org/Crusades/CR01.pdf
an excerpt from the crusades from the perspective of byzantium and the muslim world by laiou & mottahedeh. pdf format. for people who really like to read. :blank2:Yay, Doaks is back on-line, and that pdf is definitely going to be in the thread.

Big_John
04-03-2005, 00:30
hmm, well, unfortunately much of the front-end of this site doesn't work for me. maybe it's a firefox thing? let me know if this works for you adrian. these are translations (by various authors) of ancient texts (mostly roman and greek) in the MIT 'Internet Classics Archive'.

http://classics.mit.edu/Browse/index.html

an example:

john dryden's translation of plutarch's comparisson of crassus and nicias
http://classics.mit.edu/Plutarch/crasus_n.html

Adrian II
04-03-2005, 00:40
hmm, well, unfortunately much of the front-end of this site doesn't work for me. maybe it's a firefox thing? let me know if this works for you adrian. these are translations (by various authors) of ancient texts (mostly roman and greek) in the MIT 'Internet Classics Archive'.

http://classics.mit.edu/Browse/index.html

an example:

john dryden's translation of plutarch's comparisson of crassus and nicias
http://classics.mit.edu/Plutarch/crasus_n.htmlLooks good. Well-made site, works like a Swiss watch for me. Trouble is, now I'm going to have to compare this site to Perseus Digital Library and see if it adds something... Urfff... Well, it's what I asked for and I'm the kind of sucker who secretly loves this kind of task. Anything else, just post it. You've been a big help, Big John. I did a quick count and it turns out you provided twenty links. Thanks!
:bow:

Big_John
04-03-2005, 01:27
glad i could help. it's a great thread, good job! :2thumbsup:

what about these other 'friesian' links? i see mouza gave you several already. very general info.

france 447-present
http://www.friesian.com/francia.htm

the french periphery 445-present
http://www.friesian.com/perifran.htm

germany 395-774
http://www.friesian.com/germania.htm

russia 862-present
http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm

rome & romania 27bc-1453ad
http://www.friesian.com/romania.htm

italy
http://www.friesian.com/italia.htm

ottoman sultans and caliphs 1290-1924
http://www.friesian.com/turkia.htm

mongol khans
http://www.friesian.com/mongol.htm

popes, patriarchs, archbishops and such
http://www.friesian.com/popes.htm

armenia and georgia
http://www.friesian.com/armenia.htm

Adrian II
04-04-2005, 12:52
http://classics.mit.edu/Browse/index.html

an example:

john dryden's translation of plutarch's comparisson of crassus and nicias
http://classics.mit.edu/Plutarch/crasus_n.htmlI've already put it in. The decision took me less than an hour.

The reason is that Perseus, although authoritative on matters of scholarship (they have excellent on-line history textbooks and essays) and extremely useful for visual (re)sources, simply lacks some of the original texts that MIT has. Perseus has nothing by Hippocrates, for instance, whereas MIT has not only his Oath (how could Perseus omit that?) but his entire On Airs, Waters, and Places, On Ancient Medicine and related medical texts.

To refer to your example, Persues has some Dryden translations of Ovidius Naso's Elegies, but not of any Plutarch. Worse, their external source index does not even refer to Dryden's Plutarch on the MIT server.

On the other hand, Perseus has the complete Greek, Latin and Persian versions of texts, which is the real candy of the experts...

Adrian II
04-04-2005, 13:11
what about these other 'friesian' links? i see mouza gave you several already. very general info.I already had some Friesian links in there by courtesy of Mouzafphaerre, but I was running into a capacity problems lately. The sticky had become so unwieldy that I couldn't add a link unless I scrapped another link. So I had to make some tough choices.

For Russia for instance, I gave preference to Pappas' web site (http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html) which you will admit is pretty comprehensive, well-written and rich in original sources. But late last week TosaInu gave me permission to split the sticky into two parts, and both are easy to handle (and expand) now.

So I'll be adding Friesian stuff wherever necessary. Thanks for keeping a watchful eye on what I'm doing, my friend, I appreciate that.

The Wizard
04-04-2005, 17:29
Has this link (http://www.fsmitha.com/index.html) been added to the collection yet?

It's an excellent collection of essays and book reviews by a certain F. E. Smitha. It's not superb -- some of the essays' factual accuracy I personally dispute, as well as the articles' neutrality. But further quite a good resource.



~Wiz

Adrian II
04-04-2005, 17:43
Has this link (http://www.fsmitha.com/index.html) been added to the collection yet?

It's an excellent collection of essays and book reviews by a certain F. E. Smitha. It's not superb -- some of the essays' factual accuracy I personally dispute, as well as the articles' neutrality. But further quite a good resource.

~WizI have never heard of the site, but then there are many things I have never heard of.

Smitha (if that is his real name) is clearly not a professional historian, but most of the sites I link to are not professional and some amateur sites are far better than professional ones. As long as the origin of the content is transparent and the site doesn't contain obvious propaganda or gaffes, it's okay with me. But I'm open to suggestion and if members find obvious fault with a site I'll scrap it.

So please tell us, what inaccuracies or bias did you find in Smitha's?

conon394
04-04-2005, 18:23
Excellent list

Here a few links relating to the Classical world, I didn’t notice (or perhaps missed, I hope these are not repeats).

http://www.stoa.org/projects/demos/home Demos, Excellent site covering the Democracy of Classical Athens. A nice collection of articles covering the structure of the Athenian government, references, and links to Perseus. It's also slowly adding related article that are normally only available in subscription journals.

http://www.stoa.org/sol/ Suda On-Line, Project to provide and online annotated version of the Suda (both greek and translated versions). Project to provide an online annotated version of the Suda (both Greek and translated versions). The only problem here is that more such projects for other texts are not being funded.

http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/ Early Church Fathers and some other Late Texts, The site has a 19th century collection of translations by T. & T. Clark, with some additional related works now out of copyright. The site includes a couple of non-Christian authors that were apparently included in the collections. For example the only translations of Cornelius Nepos and Justinus I have found are here.

Adrian II
04-04-2005, 18:31
Here a few links relating to the Classical world, I didn’t notice (or perhaps missed, I hope these are not repeats).


"For Attic phrase in Plato let them seek,
I poach in Suidas for unlicens'd Greek."
-- Alexander Pope, The Dunciad --
Hehe, where have you been all my life Conon394!? Love you! Promising sites, I'm going to 'work' them and see where'll insert them.

:bow:

Big_John
04-04-2005, 19:35
For Russia for instance, I gave preference to Pappas' web site (http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html) which you will admit is pretty comprehensive, well-written and rich in original sources.yes, but the background hurts my brain! ~;)

But late last week TosaInu gave me permission to split the sticky into two parts, and both are easy to handle (and expand) now.i noticed it had split, but i figured it was because of the smilies lol.. don't ask me why, but i knew there was a per-post limit to smilies (images).

here's a odd little site maintained by associate professor of history at hillsdale college, dave stewart. it's mostly a collection of personal accounts (or translations thereof) from various military conflicts throughout history. the collection is biased towards modern times. maybe that's to be expected.
http://www.hillsdale.edu/personal/stewart/war/index.htm

some examples:
louis the 14th's declaration of war against the dutch (the pike & musket mod covers this time-frame, right?)
http://www.hillsdale.edu/personal/stewart/war/LouisXIV/1672-War.htm

egyptian account of the battle of kadesh (are there any ancient-egpyt era mods? i mean besides vanilla rtw lol)
http://www.hillsdale.edu/personal/stewart/war/Classical/Egypt/1294-Kadesh.htm

french marshall michel ney's account of waterloo (unfortunately most of the nepoleonic accounts are british)
http://www.hillsdale.edu/personal/stewart/war/Nap/Waterloo/1815-Ney.htm

The Wizard
04-04-2005, 19:44
So please tell us, what inaccuracies or bias did you find in Smitha's?

Well, I must admit that those faults I've found in his essays concern areas that I happen to know a lot about, such as Mongol history and Persian history. Especially in the Mongol history he does not attempt to take away hindsight all that much, leaving the reader with an impression of a brutal people who's favorite pasttime was killing, while that is certainly not true.

It's a small fault though, as far as I'm concerned. Many of the articles have brought new and logical insights into things I knew relatively little about before, such as the reasons for the final decline of the Byzantine empire. It's quite a good site.



~Wiz

Adrian II
04-04-2005, 22:44
yes, but the background hurts my brain! ~;)

Wait till you see the shirt on that man.

http://www.shsu.edu/~his_ncp/Pappae.jpg


i noticed it had split, but i figured it was because of the smilies lol.. don't ask me why, but i knew there was a per-post limit to smilies (images).

Yeah, I had a problem with those, too. I didn't ask TosaInu, but I believe there is a smiley maximum per post or a smiley/text ratio or sompin'. Anyway it doesn't bother me.


here's a odd little site maintained by associate professor of history at hillsdale college, dave stewart.Yum yum, more goodies!

Adrian II
04-04-2005, 22:51
Well, I must admit that those faults I've found in his essays concern areas that I happen to know a lot about, such as Mongol history and Persian history. Especially in the Mongol history he does not attempt to take away hindsight all that much, leaving the reader with an impression of a brutal people who's favorite pasttime was killing, while that is certainly not true.Many links suffer from occasional lapses into romanticism, nostalgia, anachronism or out-dated info, but so do most books and journal contributions. The more you know about a subject, the more obvious they are, and the more it irritates you.
Many of the articles have brought new and logical insights into things I knew relatively little about before, such as the reasons for the final decline of the Byzantine empire. It's quite a good site.I'll take that as a nil obstat then. Thank you very much, Wizard! Anything else to declare, you know where to find me.
:bow:

Big_John
04-06-2005, 02:52
yo adrian!

here are some readings from a middle east history course taught at michigan state.
the first three are about mongols, the rest are about the ottomans.
some are pertinent to TW games and mods. some, not so much.
i've decided to leave the selection process entirely up to you. ~D
again, these are for people who absolutely love to read more than life itself.
note: you are not required to answer the questions at the end of the articles. ~;)


http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/golden.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/saunders.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/marshall.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/cahen.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik5.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/lindner.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/tamerlane.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik10.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/sugar.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/nicol.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/miller1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/bedestan.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik3.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik8.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/fleisch.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/fisher1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/soucek.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/morgan.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/murphey1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/bacque1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/arjomand.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/ortayli2.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/levy.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik7.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/barkey.html

Adrian II
04-06-2005, 07:47
yo adrian!Thou rangstethetsth, brother John? :book:
here are some readings from a middle east history course taught at michigan state.Laudamus domine, brother. Bring me thy poor and huddled links and I will sort them out according to the Lord's bias, amen! :stare:
i've decided to leave the selection process entirely up to you. ~DWhy doesn'thesth thou go reproduce thyself monosexually, brother John? Hallelujah! :mellow:

(tnx, Bubba)

Big_John
04-06-2005, 18:45
Why doesn'thesth thou go reproduce thyself monosexually, brother John? Hallelujah! :mellow:so there will be more of me? that's not a bad idea...

i'm not there yet though. so here are a couple of baby links.

a tiny essay about the longbow by amateur robert sanderson. it's kinda lame.
http://www.o-r-g.org/~azaroth/university/longbow.html

not as lame, although for some reason i think you already have this linked. but, try as i might, i could not find it in your list. probably just didn't look hard enough, but just in case: an overview of strategy and tactics of medieval warfare by dillon burke, a kiwi member of the society for creative anachronism.
http://www.sca.org.nz/collegium/cg36/medieval_war.php

a few pictures of some medieval siege weapons. available in english et la langue la plus plaisant et civilisée.
english: http://xenophongroup.com/montjoie/armed_en.htm
civilisée: http://xenophongroup.com/montjoie/armediev.htm

oh and a quick question. just wondering why marathon was the only creasy you've included in the list? several of his fifteen fall within the frame of TW games and mods (all but 10 and 13, imo). just curious if there was something about his archaic essays that did not agree with you? peace out homie.

Franconicus
04-11-2005, 13:09
I wonder if you can use this:

http://www.jop-kriegskunst.de/inhalt.htm
(a very good description of battles and campaigns from tha ancient to 20th century. German - however)

http://infos.aus-germanien.de/Liste_von_Schlachten
(an alomost complete list of battles - German too)


http://www.iremember.ru/index_e.htm
(Russian veterans telling about WWII - Eng and Russian)

http://luthier.stormloader.com/home.html
(the original Russian fighter manual from WWII - English)

http://www.usaaf.net/
(website of the United States Army Air Force; excellent articles about WWII operations - only English)

Adrian II
04-11-2005, 13:27
Thanks, brothers Big John and Franconicus. I have some technical issues with my computer at the moment which I am determined to settle in my favour. As soon as I'm done I will sort out your links.
:bow:

R'as al Ghul
04-25-2005, 15:19
Hi Adrian,

I found some links in my bookmarks which haven't been included yet.
They fall into the category sengoku.
Electric Samurai (http://www.kiku.com/electric_samurai/index.html)
Iga Ninja (http://www.iganinja.jp/english/menu.html)

Woodblock-print Art
http://www.surimono.com/
Library of Congress Woodprints (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/jpdhtml/jpdsubjindex1.html)
Jap. Art & Culture (http://www.zeroland.co.nz/japan.html)
Jap prints (http://optometry.berkeley.edu/~fiorillo/index.html)
Woodblock prints again (http://www.castlefinearts.com/index.htm)

:bow:

R'as

Adrian II
04-25-2005, 15:33
Hi Adrian,

I found some links in my bookmarks which haven't been included yet.Great! Thank you very much. I have a backlog of links waiting for me. I've set apart the whole of tomorrow night for updating the sticky.
:bow:

R'as al Ghul
04-25-2005, 16:34
~D
Have Fun!
~:cheers:
R'as

Adrian II
04-25-2005, 16:46
~D
Have Fun!
~:cheers:
R'as ~:handball: :sick:

Adrian II
04-28-2005, 10:46
http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/golden.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/saunders.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/marshall.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/cahen.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik5.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/lindner.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/tamerlane.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik10.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/sugar.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/nicol.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/miller1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/bedestan.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik3.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik8.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/fleisch.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/fisher1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/soucek.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/morgan.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/murphey1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/bacque1.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/arjomand.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/ortayli2.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/levy.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/inalcik7.html

http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/%7Efisher/hst373/readings/barkey.htmlI reduced all of this to a single link: professor Fisher's 373 course on Ottoman history.
Yay, onto greener pastures!

Adrian II
04-28-2005, 16:00
Electric Samurai (http://www.kiku.com/electric_samurai/index.html)This rather special link with strange language, but images most beautiful. Must include in list. Sample offered for delectation. Can also order T-shirt "been there, shot that". :chinese:


Jimmu Tenno
http://horse.shrine.net/samurai/image/jinmu.jpg

Adrian II
04-28-2005, 16:17
Woodblock-print ArtAlso most obliged for woodblock print links, but already included oldest and overarching woodblock print link (http://www.bahnhof.se/~secutor/ukiyo-e/guide.html) of Johansson-san.

Sticky now updated to n-th degree. Awaiting n+1. :bow:

On behalf of management, here is one for road:

http://park.org/Japan/Kyoto/zoukei/vks/rcma/djp/d_kuni/img/sada.jpg

The Wizard
05-22-2005, 17:20
http://www.kurdistanica.com/english/history/articles-his/his-articles-10.html
Amazing article about the Kurdish enterprises in the Black Sea and Indian Ocean. Especially the latter is hugely interesting. Posted about this a year back, but this article is much more complete than the concise version (by Cyrus Shahmiri at All Empires (http://www.kurdistanica.com/english/history/articles-his/his-articles-10.html)) I posted.



~Wiz

Adrian II
05-22-2005, 19:20
http://www.kurdistanica.com/english/history/articles-his/his-articles-10.html
Amazing article about the Kurdish enterprises in the Black Sea and Indian Ocean. Especially the latter is hugely interesting. Posted about this a year back, but this article is much more complete than the concise version (by Cyrus Shahmiri at All Empires (http://www.kurdistanica.com/english/history/articles-his/his-articles-10.html)) I posted.



~WizInteresting stuff focused around Pontus; Michael Izady has been assimilated... ~:cool:

Thanks, The Wizard!

conon394
05-23-2005, 20:48
Here are a couple more classical resources:

If you ever wanted everything that Plutarch wrote besides the Parallel Lives (in pdf)….
http://oll.libertyfund.org/ToC/0062.php


This site has a rather nice chorological timeline starting around 320, with source links for events.
http://www.attalus.org/index.html

Adrian II
05-24-2005, 13:59
If you ever wanted everything that Plutarch wrote besides the Parallel Lives (in pdf)….
http://oll.libertyfund.org/ToC/0062.phpBetween the Online Library of Liberty, Gutenberg, Perseus and MIT people should be able to find most available online classical texts. Maybe I'll add the OLL as such, I'll look into it.
This site has a rather nice chorological timeline starting around 320, with source links for events.
http://www.attalus.org/index.htmlThat's interesting, too. I'm going to worry their links for a few days to see what comes up and where it would fit into the sticky. Good suggestions, my friend. Anything else is welcome too. Post em if you got em.

Thank you very much, Conon394! :bow:

Ricker
06-16-2005, 01:47
Shadowed Realm (http://www.shadowedrealm.com)

This site contains a medieval glossary with hundreds of terms, maps, quotations, quizzes, a timeline, links, articles, and more.

Adrian II
07-28-2005, 12:24
Shadowed Realm (http://www.shadowedrealm.com)

This site contains a medieval glossary with hundreds of terms, maps, quotations, quizzes, a timeline, links, articles, and more.And a great little site it is! Good find, brother Ricker.

Paymaster, bring five noggins o' gold and a trencher of the best ale for this man!*

~:cheers:

* I love that glossary..

Fragony
07-28-2005, 13:25
Hello sailor long time no see ~D

Adrian II
07-28-2005, 14:24
Hello sailor long time no see ~DIs that your Blitzkikker acting up, or are you happy to see me?

Anyway, see you in the Backroom for a good brawl, Frag! :bow:

Templar Knight
07-31-2005, 14:09
Welcome back! ~:)

Meneldil
07-31-2005, 15:16
Some new links. They might have already been posted, but I just couldn't check this whole fantastic thread :

A study of the Roman Empire from 146BC to 1204 AD (http://www.cit.gu.edu.au/~sctwiseh/Roman/5SumMaps.html)

Emese Saga : Hungarian Prehistory from the beginings to King St. Stephen. (http://mek.oszk.hu/01900/01993/html/)

History of Crimea, Russia, the Balkans, etc. (http://www.hostkingdom.net/crimea.html)

Ricker
08-04-2005, 05:28
And a great little site it is! Good find, brother Ricker.

Paymaster, bring five noggins o' gold and a trencher of the best ale for this man!*

~:cheers:

* I love that glossary..
No problem. Glad you like the glossary. ~:)

Adrian II
08-12-2005, 20:21
A study of the Roman Empire from 146BC to 1204 AD (http://www.cit.gu.edu.au/~sctwiseh/Roman/5SumMaps.html)Désolé, I keep getting a 404 there, Brother Meneldil. I have looked into the Griffith University parent site, but couldn't find those maps. Can you help me?
Emese Saga : Hungarian Prehistory from the beginings to King St. Stephen. (http://mek.oszk.hu/01900/01993/html/)It's a boy! Nice site, I particularly liked the illustrations of the Conquering Hungarians' horses. Imagine riding that...


http://www.patrickastrid.nl/paard5.gif
Anyway, it'll get its own spot in the sticky.
History of Crimea, Russia, the Balkans, etc. (http://www.hostkingdom.net/crimea.html)Woof! Its parent site, Regnal Chronologies, has already been included in the sticky in its entirety under the heading 'Genealogies', near the very top. It is a fantastic site for genealogy amateurs, no mistake there.

Adrian II
08-17-2005, 12:33
Today I added two links, courtesy of the ever-watchful Meneldil who PM'ed me about them.

1. Societas Via Romana (http://www.societasviaromana.org)
2. Ottoman and Balkan maps by Prof. Todorova (http://www.history.uiuc.edu/fac_dir/todorova/Maps.htm)

Good stuff. And thank you once again, Brother Meneldil! :bow:

Templar Knight
08-17-2005, 12:52
http://www.theottomans.org

Dont know if this is any good, covers the Ottoman Empires history looking at culture, art and the military.

Adrian II
08-17-2005, 13:28
http://www.theottomans.org

Dont know if this is any good, covers the Ottoman Empires history looking at culture, art and the military.Is it good?? In fact, it is so good that it has long been included in the sticky, courtesy of .org member AlexPeters, under both the Medieval and Early Modern headings.

Never mind, Brother Templar Knight and everyone else -- just keep those links coming and I'll sort them out.
:bow:

Templar Knight
08-17-2005, 13:39
Ah well, I should have looked closer :embarassed:

Adrian II
08-17-2005, 13:51
Ah well, I should have looked closer :embarassed:Not at all, my friend! I appreciate all suggestions. And I mean what I said: don't wade through the whole sticky, just post or PM your links and let me do the footwork. I volunteered for that, not you.

:bow:

Geoffrey S
09-17-2005, 12:22
Just popped in to congratulate you on a most excellent selection for those who are interested in history. It's for this kind of thing I signed on to the .org, and it has proved a most informative experience. :bow:
Thou shallst be blessed for thine efforts!

Casmin
09-25-2005, 23:13
This site is the best I've found for staying up to date on new archaeological/historical finds and research. It's updated daily. Check it out if you haven't already. http://www.archaeologica.org/NewsPage.htm

Roman Army Talk is a great forum for discussing Roman military history. It also includes forums for Ancient Greece, enemies of Rome, etc. http://www.romanarmy.nl/rat/

Adrian II
09-26-2005, 16:18
Thank you for the compliments, Brother Geoffrey! And Brother Casmin, your suggestions are most welcome and will both be given their proper slot.

:bow:

Weebeast
11-19-2005, 00:25
Anybody know a good site for medieval castles? I didn't get much luck when surfing before. I'm kinda looking for pictures cus I need to know what they look like. I feel like making battle maps for MTW.

Adrian II
11-19-2005, 00:32
Anybody know a good site for medieval castles? I didn't get much luck when surfing before. I'm kinda looking for pictures cus I need to know what they look like. I feel like making battle maps for MTW.Here is a nice link: http://www.castlesontheweb.com (http://www.castlesontheweb.com/)
Good luck, brother Weebeast!
:bow:

Meneldil
11-19-2005, 10:02
Is this site (http://www.tacitus.nu/historical-atlas/index.html) already listed ?

Adrian II
11-19-2005, 11:49
Is this site (http://www.tacitus.nu/historical-atlas/index.html) already listed ?No. But it will be! ~D

Thank you. :bow:

edyzmedieval
03-10-2006, 10:23
Pop the updates.

Any more links?

I am interested in very detailed information about the Byzantine military. ~D

R'as al Ghul
03-22-2006, 11:28
Hello AdrianII,

I just found out that this site isn't listed yet:

Napoleon, His Army and Enemies. Armies, Campaigns, Battles, Tactics, Commanders (http://web2.airmail.net/napoleon/index.html)

It offers a lot of material, escpecially on warfare details.
I think it's really good.

~:cheers:

Adrian II
03-22-2006, 21:05
Hello AdrianII,

I just found out that this site isn't listed yet:

Napoleon, His Army and Enemies. Armies, Campaigns, Battles, Tactics, Commanders (http://web2.airmail.net/napoleon/index.html)

It offers a lot of material, escpecially on warfare details.
I think it's really good.

~:cheers:Yay!

Excellent find, Brother Franconicus. The URL will be added forthwith.

Thank you! :bow:

R'as al Ghul
03-23-2006, 11:32
Excellent find, Brother Franconicus.

Franconicus? :inquisitive:

The Wizard
03-23-2006, 19:37
http://english.pobediteli.ru/index.html

Excellent site with amazing flash presentation of the Great Patriotic War, known to us as the Eastern Front of WWII, with huge lists of living veterans to boot. Don't know if posted before, hope not :sweatdrop:

Adrian II
03-25-2006, 20:20
http://english.pobediteli.ru/index.html

Excellent site with amazing flash presentation of the Great Patriotic War, known to us as the Eastern Front of WWII, with huge lists of living veterans to boot. Don't know if posted before, hope not :sweatdrop:Brother The Wizard -- alles snor in Rotjeknor!?

I understand why you would be impressed by that website. However, my sticky features only sites that cover the TW series periods and the mods available in this board -- so they do not cover the American Civil War, the Franco-German war of 1870, WWI or WWI, the Korean war, etcetera. So sorry. :embarassed:

Oh, and never hesitate (or apologise) to call my attention to a good-looking site! Don't check the entire sticky to see if it is already there. That is the job for which I was dumb enough to volunteer.

Dus pleur zo'n URL gewoon hieronder in een message en ik zoek het verder wel uit, maat.

Thanks again! :bow:

The Wizard
03-26-2006, 00:21
Aww, that is too bad. Well, at least it is here for the lucky man who might browse by it every know and then. Truly a gem.

On the question of myself: everything is fine, O my brother, quite fine. A bit busy, I must admit -- hence my inactivity. Gotta take some time off to do well in my last year of high school, eh? ~;) Thanks for asking. How're you yourself, O brother?

Adrian II
04-01-2006, 14:56
Well, at least it is here for the lucky man who might browse by it every know and then. Truly a gem.So I noticed. I bookmarked it for myself!
A bit busy, I must admit -- hence my inactivity.You sound like a Chinese philosopher. Busy, hence inactive. 'Wu pu wei, wu wei er' ('By doing nothing, everything gets done') as the master of Tao said. There you are: doing absolutely nothing will guarantee the best results in your last school year.

Ik zal voor je duimen! :2thumbsup:

King Henry V
04-02-2006, 11:52
http://ealdthryth.tripod.com/reignofkingstephen/history/index.html
Very good site about the somewhat obscure, yet undoubtedly interesting troubled reign of King Stephen of England.

Aenarion
04-03-2006, 16:56
Very interesting website King Henry V! Thank you for posting it here, beacuse it sure provides some useful information! :)

Thanks, :bow:
Aenarion

The Wizard
04-03-2006, 18:27
Ah, just as I was checking to see if The Normans, a European People had already been posted here, it was. Might I suggest it be moved into its own proper category -- Normandy, of course? The Normans had a substantial impact on Western Europe in their heyday, especially militarily, but their cultrual signifigance was also great.

Adrian II
06-05-2006, 00:41
Ah, just as I was checking to see if The Normans, a European People had already been posted here, it was. Might I suggest it be moved into its own proper category -- Normandy, of course? The Normans had a substantial impact on Western Europe in their heyday, especially militarily, but their cultrual signifigance was also great.The Wizard, you are absolutely right. I will look into this and move entries accordingly.

Thank you! :bow:

King Henry V
09-10-2006, 19:43
Not sure whether this is already up, but: http://historymedren.about.com/
Very informative guide to the Middle Ahes, dealing with everything from food to feudalism.

Adrian II
11-09-2006, 20:48
Not sure whether this is already up, but: http://historymedren.about.com/
Very informative guide to the Middle Ahes, dealing with everything from food to feudalism.The deed is done, Mylord. A site for sore eyes, indeed. It has a bit of everything Medieval.

Except, of course, those famous Medieval pick-up lines.
As in: "Why don't you come up some time and see my passion play?" :smash:

Thank you, King Henry V! :bow:

Ser Clegane
11-09-2006, 21:02
Welcome back ~:)

Adrian II
11-09-2006, 21:27
Welcome back ~:)I am never far away. ~:cool:

Ick bin sojar vor kurzem in Berlin jewesen, mein Jnädigster! War lange nich da. Ick wusste wohl detse dort jebaut hätten, aba doch nich soviel! Mensch, det Sonie Senter, det issen Ding…

Ser Clegane
11-09-2006, 21:41
I guess this one summarizes what has been going on in Berlin over the last years:

http://ttkd.homepage.t-online.de/Berlin3.jpg

Who would have thought that your 5000th post would be auf Berlinerisch ~;)

But I guess I am starting hijack your thread here...

Adrian II
11-09-2006, 21:55
Who would have thought that your 5000th post would be auf Berlinerisch ~;)Heh, my friend, it is about time you Germans get used to the fact that people love and admire your country again. And Berlin in particular.
But I guess I am starting hijack your thread here...I couldn't think of a better man to hijack my thread... :laugh4:

edyzmedieval
11-14-2006, 08:53
Since we're on the German path, any internet sites about the Holy Roman Empire military organisation?

The Wizard
11-15-2006, 21:27
Incredibly in-depth source on the Late Byzantine Empire (after 1204). Covers politics, culture, economy and society. A true gem ~:pimp:

http://www1.fhw.gr/chronos/10/en/index.html

Adrian II
11-16-2006, 21:33
Incredibly in-depth source on the Late Byzantine Empire (after 1204). Covers politics, culture, economy and society. A true gem ~:pimp:

http://www1.fhw.gr/chronos/10/en/index.htmlGreat, it's in!

Thank you, Brother Baba Ga'on. :bow:

Lord Winter
11-21-2006, 05:32
A good first contact site for the thirty years war. It covers the basic events and has an excellent map of germeny. http://www.pipeline.com/~cwa/TYWHome.htm

A good summary of war in the 16th and early 17th century. Covers arms tactics and battles. http://www.lepg.org/warfare.htm

Adrian II
11-21-2006, 15:15
A good first contact site for the thirty years war. It covers the basic events and has an excellent map of germeny. http://www.pipeline.com/~cwa/TYWHome.htm

A good summary of war in the 16th and early 17th century. Covers arms tactics and battles. http://www.lepg.org/warfare.htm

Thanks :bow:

The second one is already up there, brother Destroyer of Hope.

The first one is nice indeed, but I will not refer to it directly. It is part of a list of links provided on this site (http://www.geschichte.fb15.uni-dortmund.de/fnz/thirty.html) which I have just incorporated into the sticky.

I am in the midst of an update/reshuffle of the whole thing, so keep those suggestions coming!

Copperknickers
02-15-2008, 17:21
Anyone have any good sites for south Asian history in the first millenium?

Also, here is a link (http://www.allempires.com/) to a good site for history.

YellowMelon
03-07-2008, 16:01
I don't know why, but I cannot access the first page of this thread...have tried a number of times.

Internet History Sourcebooks

Some contents include:

Primary Documents (translated)
Hagiographies
Maps
List of films
Law Texts

Anyways, for the best primary source archive on the net, go to:

Ancient History (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook.html)
Medieval History Sourcebook (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html)
Early Modern (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook.html)

There are also smaller sourcebooks listed at http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/

# Internet African History Sourcebook
# Internet East Asian History Sourcebook
# Internet Global History Sourcebook
# Internet Indian History Sourcebook
# Internet Islamic History Sourcebook
# Internet Jewish History Sourcebook
# Internet History of Science Sourcebook
# Internet Women's History Sourcebook

TosaInu
04-11-2008, 22:32
Hello,

The topic is working again. We should move the content over to http://forums.totalwar.org/?q=node/118. That script seems faster in handling lists like this.

It's using about the same bb code, so it's mostly a matter of copy and paste. There are a few exceptions like fontsize, when you use 1, make it 10 or so. Smileys need the full url in img tags.

I'll clean it up a bit and then hand it over to Adrian II.

Big_John
04-11-2008, 23:33
thanks Tosa!!!

Adrian II
04-12-2008, 01:27
Thank you, brother TosaInu, for your help and your kind clarifications by PM. I trust that this will become a working thread again. :2thumbsup:

And thank you, ever faithful brother John, for your PM and suggestions. :bow:

I'll comb through the links and ad, scrap or restore asap.

Decker
04-21-2008, 06:58
I'm not sure if this has been posted before but it's a neat little site. Doesn't have as many battles as I've wished but it is a cool site to look at:
British Battles (http://www.britishbattles.com/)

Decker
04-29-2008, 06:56
This site has a HUGE list of websites covering military history. Tho quite a few of the websites do not work there is a more to choose from. WWI and WWII are mainly covered but there is a wide variety in here for just about everyone.
Military History Websites (http://facultystaff.vwc.edu/%7Edgraf/military.htm)

Adrian II
01-14-2009, 15:40
My responsibility for this sticky was taken over by brother Geoffrey S in July last year. I was very glad to have found such a worthy and enthusiastic sucessor.

Geoffrey S was supposed to be given some key or code that allowed him to access the sticky. Somehow I don't think this happened. I suppose it should still be done if Geoffrey still feels like it - better late than never.

Pannonian
12-28-2009, 21:57
Western Front Association (http://www.westernfrontassociation.com/)

Has a number of articles about lesser known aspects of the war, such as Arthur Solly-Flood and his role in producing training programmes for the British Army. Brief articles, but interesting introductions that catch one's interest.

G. Septimus
01-05-2010, 04:53
Ancient History (http://ancienthistory.about.com/)

Adrian II
02-09-2010, 20:30
For your informaton, brothers and sisters, this isn't my sticky anymore. Hasn't been since June of 2008 when I handed over the keys to someone else, or rather tried to hand them over. I don't know what went wrong. If someone thinks he or she wants to take over and clean it up, I suppose they should contact TosaInu.
:bow:

Pannonian
05-07-2010, 12:24
Black Boomerang (http://www.seftondelmer.co.uk/), by Sefton Delmer, head of Britain's black propaganda departmnt in WW2. Also some related articles.

Pannonian
06-08-2010, 01:13
Don't know how long it will last, but the whole series of "The First World War", first shown on UK's Channel 4, is available for view here (http://www.220.ro/index.php?module=cautare&q=first+world+war&s=video).

druzhina
11-08-2011, 04:25
Renaissance Warfare by George Gush (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/RenaissanceWarfare-AirfixMagazineArticles.htm).
. Part 1: Introduction (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/01_Introduction.htm)
. Part 2: Infantry weapons and organisation (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/02_Infantry_Weapons.htm)
. Part 3: infantry missile weapons (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/03_Infantry_Missiles.htm)
. Part 4: The artillery (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/04_Artillery.htm)
. Part 5: Cavalry weapons and organisation (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/05_Cavalry.htm)
. Part 6: Henry VIII's army (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/06_English.htm)
. Part 7: Irish army of the 16th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/07_Irish.htm)
. Part 8: The Universal Soldier (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/08_Lansknecht.htm)
. Part 9: Swiss (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/09_Swiss.htm)
. Parts 10 & 11: The Turks (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/10&11_Turks.htm)
. Part 12: The Scots (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/12_Scots.htm)
. Part 13: the Polish Army (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/13_Polish.htm)
. Parts 14 & 15: Spanish (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/14&15_Spanish.htm)
. Part 16: The French (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/16_French.htm)
. Part 17: the Imperialists (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/17_Imperialist.htm)
. Part 18: Persians and other easterners (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/18_Easterners.htm)
. Part 19: the Dutch army (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/19_Dutch.htm)
. Parts 20 & 21: the Swedish army (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/20&21_Swedish.htm)
. Parts 22 & 23: the Muscovites (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/22&23_Muscovites.htm)

. Renaissance Armies: The Burgundian Army of Charles the Bold (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/GushBook/5_Burgundian.htm)
. Renaissance Armies: The Italians (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/GushBook/7_Italians.htm)
. Renaissance Armies: Military Orders (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/GushBook/8_Military_Orders.htm)
. Renaissance Armies: The_Moghul_Empire (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/GushBook/19_The_Moghul_Empire.htm)
. Renaissance Armies: The English Civil War (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/GushBook/22_The_English_Civil_War.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

Nowake
11-08-2011, 06:09
I suppose that's one way to make an entrance :bow:
Welcome to the .Org druzhina!

druzhina
02-29-2012, 04:52
Military Illustrations from the Cantigas de Santa Maria, c.1284 (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria.htm)

Full Pages from the Cantigas de Santa Maria (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-Pages.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

druzhina
03-03-2012, 02:54
Contemporary paintings of Inju vassals of the Ilkhanid Mongols in a Shahnama made in Shiraz in 1341CE. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/1341-Shahnama.htm)


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druzhina
03-05-2012, 05:04
The main primary documentary source for Seljuk dress and armour of the 13th century is the Romance of Varqa and Gulshah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Romance_of_Varqa_and_Gulshah.htm)
http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=51908.0;attach=117 01;image

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druzhina
03-10-2012, 07:41
Contemporary paintings of Timurid Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Timurid/Timurid_Soldiers.htm) and Turkmen successors (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Timurid/Timurid-2.htm)

Timurid Soldiers from Baysunghur's Shahnama - 1430 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-Shahnama.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8528&d=1359933937

Timurid Soldiers from the Tarih-i Guvayni (Conquest of the World) 1438 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Timurid/Conquest_of_the_World.htm);

Notes on, and drawings of, Persian cavalry by Ian Heath:
Persian Cavalryman, Early-15th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-27-Persian_Cavalryman-early_15C.htm)
Persian Cavalrymen C.1430 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-28-29-Persian_Cavalrymen-c1430.htm)
Persian Cavalryman C.1440 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-30-Persian_Cavalryman-c1440.htm)
Persian Cavalryman, Late-15th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-31-Persian_Cavalryman-late_15C.htm)
Persian Cavalryman C.1495 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-32-Persian_Cavalryman-c1495.htm)
Persian Musician (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-33-Persian_Musician.htm)

http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=248763&d=1351549765

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druzhina
03-13-2012, 05:11
Italian Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/Italy.htm)

A detail of a 9th Century North Italian guard with mail leg armour (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Vercelli-MS_CLXV-9C-detail.htm) from:
'Emperor Constantine at the Council of Nicaea', Northern Italy, c.825 AD (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Vercelli-MS_CLXV-9C.htm" title="Manuscript: MS CLXV, Biblioteca Capitolare, Vercelli, a compendium of canon law)
10th century Lombards in chainmail hauberk with round shield and spear. (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Exultet_beneventano-Lombards-10C.htm)
Full image from Exultet Beneventano Ms. Vat. Lat. 9820 (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Exultet_beneventano-Lombards-10C-full.htm)
Horsemen in The Life of St Alessio in the Church of San Clemente, Rome, Italy, 11th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Life_of_St_Alessio-San_Clemente-Italy-11C-horsemen.htm)
from The Life of St Alessio in the Church of San Clemente, Rome, Italy, 11th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Life_of_St_Alessio-San_Clemente-Italy-11C.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=9309&d=1369895109

Lombard knights in an early 11th Century De rerum naturis (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Montecassino-Lombards-11C.htm)
12th century Arabic & Frankish costume in the Painted Wooden Ceiling of the Palatine Chapel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Cappella_Palatina-ceiling-1.htm)
Sicilians & Germans in the Liber ad honorem Augusti {or Carmen de motibus Siculis, (Poem on the Sicilian revolt)} by Pietro da Eboli, c.1197 (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti.htm)
Guillaume de Durford at Santissima Annunziata Church, Florence, c.1289 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Guillaume_de_Durford.htm)
A man-at-arms on the late 13th century Seal of the Guild of St George of Ferrara (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Seal_of_the_Guild_of_St_George_of_Ferrara.htm)
Paintings of Italian Soldiers of the early 14th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Italy-Early14thCentury.htm)
Paintings of Italian Soldiers of the mid to late 14th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Italy-MidToLate14thCentury.htm)
Paintings of Italian Soldiers of the early to mid 15th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Italy-EarlyToMid15thCentury.htm)
Paintings of Italian Soldiers of the mid to late 15th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Italy-MidToLate15thCentury.htm)
A 1506 print of the Battle of Fornovo 1495 (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Fornovo-1506.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8958&d=1364968572

Paintings of Italian Soldiers of the early 16th Century (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Italy-Early16thCentury.htm)
Renaissance Italians by George Gush (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/GushBook/7_Italians.htm)
The 1859 Italian War-Operations Of War (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/The1859ItalianWar-OperationsOfWarByLuigiCasali.htm) by Luigi Casali.

Larger scale paintings with more detail:

St. Martin Renounces His Weapons by Simone Martini, 1312-17 (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Simone-Martini-St_Martin_Renounces_His_Weapons.htm)
A Battle from a Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, 2nd quarter of the 14th century (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Histoire_ancienne-Royal_20DI-f35-Battle-large.htm)
Guidoriccio da Fogliano, condottiere, by Simone Martini, 1328 (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/simone-martini-guidoriccio-da-fogliano-detail.htm)
Victory of the Sienese Troops at Val di Chiana in 1363 by Lippo Vanni (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Val_di_Chiana.htm)
The Battle of Clavigo, by Altichiero da Zevio, 1376-79 (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Scenes_from_the_Life_of_St._James-1376-79.htm)
. Detail of The Battle of Clavigo, by Altichiero da Zevio, 1376-79 (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Scenes_from_the_Life_of_St._James-detail-1376-79.htm)
St. Benedict discovers the shield bearer of Totila, King of the Goths, attempting to pass himself as the king, by Spinello Aretino, 1387 (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/St_Benedict_discovers_the_shield_bearer_of_Totila-detail.htm)
Soldiers with large shields - mozaic in the Cappella Palatina, Palermo, Sicily (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Cappella_Palatina-Soldiers_with_large_shields.htm)
A Naval Battle by Spinello Aretino, Palazzo Pubblico in Siena, 1406-7 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Battaglia_Navale-Aretino.htm)
The leader of the victorious Florentine condottieri, Niccolo Mauruzi da Tolentino - the rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello-1.htm)
2nd painting from The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello-2.htm)
3rd painting from The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello-3.htm)
On The Way To Calvary by Fra Angelico, 1438-1445 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/On_The_Way_To_Calvary_by_Fra_Angelico.htm)
Filippo Scolari by Andrea del Castagno, 1455 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/FilippoScolar-byAndreaDelCastagno.htm)
The condottiere Farinata degli Uberti in a mural by Andrea del Castagno in the refectory in Sant Apollonia In Florence, c1455. (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/FarinataDegliUbert-byCastagno.htm)
The taking of Pisa - unknown Florentine master of the 1460s: detail of left (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/TheTakingOfPisa-Left.htm)
The battle of Anghiari - unknown Florentine master of the 1460s (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Battle_of_Anghiari-Florentine_Master.htm)
Battle between Heraclius and Chosroes by Piero della Francesca, ca. 1466 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Battle_between_Heraclius_and_Chosroes.htm)
Conversion of St. Paul by Luca Signorelli, ca. 1470 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Conversion_of_St_Paul_by_Signorelli.htm)
Federigo de Montefeltro by Della Francesca c.1470 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Federigo de Montefeltro by Della Francesca c.1470.htm)
Fresco in the Chapel of San Fiorenzo by Bastia di Mondovi, 1472 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/ChapelOfSanFiorenzo-byBastia-4.htm)
Another fresco in the Chapel of San Fiorenzo by Bastia di Mondovi, 1472 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Chapel_of_San_Fiorenzo_by_Bastia_di_Mondovi-1472.htm)
Miracle of St Bernard by Perugino, 1473 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Miracle_of_St_Bernard_by_Perugino-1473.htm)
The Betrayal - Detail of Last Supper by Cosimo Rosselli, 1481-82, Sistine Chapel, Vatican City (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Last_Supper_by_Rosselli,1481-82-detail.htm)
Delivery of the keys by Pietro Perugino, 1481-1483 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Delivery_of_the_Keys-byPerugino.htm) & detail of soldiers in middle left (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Delivery_of_the_Keys-byPerugino-detail.htm)
Martyrdom of St Ursula by Hans Memling, 1489 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/St_Ursula_Martyrdom_by_Memling.htm)
Life of St Ursula by Hans Memling 1490-93 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Life_of_St_Ursula_by_Memling.htm)
The fight between the Bonacotsi and Gonzaga in the Piazza Sordello in Mantua, 1494 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Mantua1494.htm)
St George by Carpaccio, c.1500. The saint is shown as a fully equipped Venetian man-at-arms, though without a helmet (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/StGeorge-byCarpaccio.htm)
Young Knight in a Landscape, 1510 by Vittore Carpaccio (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Young_Knight_in_a_Landscape_1510_by_Vittore_Carpac cio.htm)
Portrait Of A Florentine In Armour c.1510 attributed to Francesco Granacci (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/PortraitOfAFlorentineInArmour-c.1510-attrFrancescoGranacci.htm)
The siege of Padua 1521 by Niccolò degli Agostini (http://warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/TheSiegeOfPadua1521.htm)

Drawings and notes based on the above, by Ian Heath:
72 & 73 Italian Infantrymen, 14th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_1-72-73.htm)
77 Italian Man-At-Arms c.1455 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_1-77.htm)
78 Italian Pikeman (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_1-78.htm)
79 Italian Crossbowman (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_1-79.htm)
82 Italian Musician (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_1-82.htm)

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druzhina
03-26-2012, 06:43
Cuman and Hungarian Soldiers in the Saint Ladislaus legend (http://warfare.uphero.com/Hungary/St-Ladislaus.htm)

Paintings and drawings based on the above:
Cuman warrior, 13th century by Angus McBride from Mounted Archers of the Steppe 600 BC - AD 1300 by A.Karasulas (http://warfare.uphero.com/Hungary/O-ELI-120-Cuman.htm)
Cuman Mercenary c1300 by Angus McBride from Byzantine Armies 1118-1461 AD by Ian Heath (http://warfare.uphero.com/Hungary/O-287-Cuman-1300-large.htm)
Cuman Mercenary 14th Century from Byzantine Armies 1118-1461 AD by Ian Heath (http://warfare.uphero.com/Hungary/O-287-Cuman-14C.htm)
Cuman, 12th-13th centuries, from Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300 by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Feudal-130-Cuman-12-13C.htm)
Hungarian Knight, 13th century, from Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300 by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Feudal-122-Hungarian_Knight-13C.htm)
http://home.hu.inter.net/~jekely/IMG_6194_crop.jpg

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04-03-2012, 07:22
Pictures of Swiss Soldiers by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Swiss_by_Urs_Graf.htm)

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druzhina
04-11-2012, 02:14
Between the Ilkhanids and the Timurids came the Jalair or Jalayrids.

Illustrations of Jalayrid Mongols from a late 14th Century Shahnama (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jalayrid.htm)

Episode from a battle between the Iranians and the Turanians (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jalayrid-Battle_between_the_Iranians_and_the_Turanians-late14thC.htm)
Isfandiyar fights with the Wolves (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jalayrid-Isfandiyar_fights_with_the_Wolves-late14thC.htm)
King Minuchihr of Iran kills the fleeing Turanians (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jalayrid-King_Minuchihr_of_Iran_kills_the_fleeing_Turanians-late14thC.htm)
Isfandiyar fights with the Dragon (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jalayrid-Isfandiyar_fights_with_the_Dragon-late14thC.htm)
Cavalry in a Winter Landscape (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jalayrid-Winter_Landscape-mid14thC.htm)


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14th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14C.htm)

druzhina
05-22-2012, 07:00
19th century prints from:
The Historical Encyclopedia Of Costume by Albert Racinet (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet.htm)
19th century antique civilizations:
Oceania
Malays, Papuans, Aborigines (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p44-45-Oceania.htm)
Java, Borneo, Singapore, Philippines (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p46-47-Java-Borneo-Singapore-Philippines.htm)
Malaysia, Indonesia (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p48-49-Malaysia-Indonesia.htm)
Africa
Senegambia, The Guinea Coast, West Africa, Abyssinia, Southern Africa (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p50-51-Africa.htm)
Timbuctoo - Crossroads Of Africa (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p52-53-Tombuctoo.htm)
Southern_Africa, Sudan (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p54-55-Southern_Africa-Sudan.htm)
American Indians
North America – Yutes, Sioux, Iowa (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p68-69-North-American.htm)
North America – Foxes, Sacs, Kaw, Killimou (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p70-71-North-American.htm)
South American - Guaranis, Caraibes, Botocudos (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Racinet-p72-73-South-American.htm)

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druzhina
06-09-2012, 11:44
12thC Arabic & Frankish costume in the Cappella Palatina

The painted wooden ceiling of the Palatine Chapel in Palermo, Sicily, was completed in the early 12th century by arabic painters, with some 15th century overpainting.
5816
The Painted wooden ceiling of the Cappella Palatina, Palermo, Sicily (warfare2.likamva.in/12/Cappella_Palatina-ceiling-1.htm), Cappella Palatina page 2 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Cappella_Palatina-ceiling-2.htm), Cappella Palatina page 3 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Cappella_Palatina-ceiling-3.htm), Cappella Palatina page 4 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Cappella_Palatina-ceiling-4.htm) & Cappella Palatina page 5 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Cappella_Palatina-ceiling-5.htm)

Not to be confused with the 15th century wall mosaics.

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druzhina
06-18-2012, 11:09
Illuminations from the collection of Icelandic sagas, the Flateyjarbok (http://warfare2.netai.net/14/Flateyjarbok.htm)

http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8956&d=1364955217

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Scandinavian Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/Norse.htm)

druzhina
06-25-2012, 08:50
Franks & Saracens in the painted windows in the monastery church of St Denis, 12th century (before 1140) (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/St_Denis-Plates.htm)

The windows in the monastery church of St Denis were destroyed during the French Revolution, but, copies were published in Les Monuments de la Monarchie Françoise in 1729.
There are 10 windows on 5 plates:
Plate 50 Nicaea (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/St_Denis-Plate-50-Vol-1.htm)
Plate 51 Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/St_Denis-Plate-51-Vol-1.htm)
Plate 52 Jerusalem (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/St_Denis-Plate-52-Vol-1.htm)
Plate 53 Ascalon (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/St_Denis-Plate-53-Vol-1.htm)
Plate 54 Ascalon continued (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/St_Denis-Plate-54-Vol-1.htm)
with text in the original French and an English translation.

Ian Heath based 4 drawings of Syrian cavalry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-35-38-Syrian.htm) and a drawing of a Sudanese Spearman (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-34-Sudanese_Spearman.htm) on these.

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12th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12C.htm)

druzhina
06-29-2012, 04:19
Paintings of Turkmen Nomads by Siyah Qalem

A collection of paintings of Turkmen Nomads from manuscript Hazine 2153 of the Sarai Albums by the Siyah Qalem (Black Pen) school (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153.htm) and a drawing and description of a Turkoman Tribesman, by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Crusades-52-Turcoman_Tribesman.htm), based on these.

Larger images:

f8b Nomad camp (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-NomadCamp.htm)
f14a The stubborn donkey (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f14a-The_stubborn_donkey.htm)
f38a Nomads leading an ox (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f38a-Nomads_leading_an_ox.htm)
f38b Group of three figures (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-3AndDonkey.htm)
f54a Fragment from a Caravan Scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f54a-Fragment_from_a_Caravan_Scene.htm)
f55a Wandering Dervishes (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-CarryingWoman.htm)
f65a Two people by candlelight (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f65a-Two_people_by_candlelight.htm)
f73b Untying a rope (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f73b-Untying_a_rope.htm)
f84a Nomad grazing his horse (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-Dismounted-large.htm)
f105a A falling Stone (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f105a-A_falling_Stone.htm)
f118b A nomad leading his horse by the reins (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f118b-A_nomad_leading_his_horse_by_the_reins.htm)
f152a Performance (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-f152a-Performance.htm)
A donkey defecating (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Turkmen-Haz2153-DonkeyDefecating.htm)


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14th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14C.htm)

druzhina
07-01-2012, 02:40
Mamluks on the Baptistère de Saint Louis (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis.htm)

Figures around the outside of the basin: A, (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-a.htm) C, (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-c.htm) E (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-e.htm) & G (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-g.htm)
Mounted figures in roundels between these: B, (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-b.htm) D, (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-d.htm) F (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-f.htm) & H (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-h.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=5991&d=1341105571

Figures inside the rim of the basin (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Baptistere_de_Saint_Louis-inside.htm)

Modern drawings of Mamluk Cavalry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-55-56-Mamluks.htm) and a Mamluk Tabardar (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-59-Mamluk-Tabardar.htm) based on the Baptistère de Saint Louis and a Mamluk in full armour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-58-Mamluk_in_full_armour.htm) and a Mamluk (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-57-Mamluk.htm) partially based on it.


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druzhina
07-11-2012, 07:52
Middle Eastern Costume in manuscripts:

http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=6234&d=1341989197
Book of Fixed Stars by al Sufi (http://arfare2.likamva.in/al-Sufi.htm):

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druzhina
07-17-2012, 04:45
Georgian Illustrations
Illuminations in the 12th Century Georgian "Jruchi Gospels" (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Georgian-Jruchis_Four_Gospels-12thC.htm)
A 12th Century Georgian Fresco in Vardzia Monastery (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Georgian-Fresco_in_Vardzia_Monastery-12thC-1.htm)
An illustration of, and notes about, a Georgian cavalryman by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-82-Georgian_Cavalryman.htm)
A Georgian 15th century enamel of St. George killing the dragon (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Georgian-St.George-Enamel-15thC.htm)
Presents to King Solomon, from the 15th Century Georgian "Jruchi Gospels" (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Georgian-King_Solomon-15C.htm)
A Georgian Soldier in Costumes anciens et modernes: habiti antichi e moderni di tutto il mondo by Cesare Vecellio (ca. 1521-1601) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Vecellio-Costumes_anciens_et_modernes-Georgian.htm)
A Georgian Foot Soldier by Melchior Lorck, 1576 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/MelchiorLorck/A_Georgian_foot-soldier.htm)
Battle of the Israelites against King Hadadezer from a 17th Century Georgian Psalter (http://warfare2.likamva.in/17/Georgian-Battle_of_the_Israelites_against_King_Hadadezer-Psalter-1665.htm)
Illustrations from a Georgian 17th century manuscript of The Knight in Panther's Skin (http://warfare2.likamva.in/17/Georgian-The_Knight_in_Panthers_Skin-17C.htm)
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07-27-2012, 07:45
Illustrations in the 1305-14 Jami' al-Tawarikh (Universal History or Compendium of Chronicles) by Rashid al-Din. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-1305-14.htm)
Ilkhanid Heavy Cavalry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Ilkhanid_Heavy_Cavalry.htm)
Ilkhanid Light Cavalry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Ilkhanid_Light_Cavalry.htm)
Arab Cavalry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Arab_Cavalry.htm)

Modern drawings of, & notes on, Ilkhanid Light Cavalry by Ian Heath based on the above paintings (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Crusades-87-88-Ilkhanid_Light_Cavalry.htm)
A modern drawing of, & notes on, Ilkhanid Heavy Cavalry by Ian Heath based on the above paintings (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Crusades-89-Ilkhanid_Heavy_Cavalry.htm)
Drawings of, & notes on, Heavy Cavalry by Ian Heath: Armies of the Middle Ages, Volume 2 by Ian Heath]Persian Cavalryman c1320 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-23-Persian_Cavalryman-c1320.htm) Persian Cavalrymen c.1335 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-24-25-Persian_Cavalrymen-c1335.htm) Persian Cavalrymen c.1335 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-26-Persian_Cavalryman-c1375.htm)
Modern drawings of, & notes on, Bedouin Tribesmen by Ian Heath based on the above paintings (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-53-54-Bedouin_Tribesmen.htm)
Mongol Standards (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Crusades-90-Mongol_Standards.htm)

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Individual Folios:
Edinburgh manuscript Or 20
City of Iram, f1r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-City_of_Iram-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f1r.htm)
Prophet Salih Produces a Camel from a Rock, f1v (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Prophet_Salih_Produces_a_Camel_from_a_Rock-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f1v.htm)
Hushang, f4r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Hushang-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f4r.htm)
Manuchehr enthroned with Rostam in attendance, f6 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Manuchehr_enthroned_with_Rostam_in_attendance-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f6.htm)
Moses in the Bullrushes, f7v (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Moses_in_the_Bullrushes-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f7v.htm)
Moses Hearing God's Voice, f8r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Moses_Hearing_Gods_Voice-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f8r.htm)
Musa Slays the Giant 'Uj ibn 'Anaq, f9v (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Musa_Slays_the_Giant_Uj_ibn_Anaq-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f9v.htm)
Lohrasp enthroned with scribes in attendance, f12v (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Lohrasp_enthroned_with_scribes_in_attendance-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f12v.htm)
The dying Rostam shoots Shaghad, f15v (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_dying_Rostam_shoots_Shaghad-MsOr20-f15v.htm)
Eskandar enters the Land of Darkness, f19r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Eskandar_enters_the_Land_of_Darkness-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f19r.htm)
Abd al-Muttalib and al-Harith about to Discover Zamzam, f41r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Zamzam-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f41r.htm)
Birth of the Prophet Muhammed, f42r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Birth_of_the_Prophet_Muhammed-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f42r.htm)
Mohammad as a youth meets the monk Bahira (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammad_as_a_youth_meets_the_monk_Bahira-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Mohammed receiving revelation from the angel Gabriel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammed_receiving_revelation_from_the_angel_Gabri el-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Mohammed positions the Kaaba (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammed_positions_the_Kaaba-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Mohammed and Abu Bakr on their way to Medina while a woman milks a herd of goats (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammed_and_Abu_Bakr_on_their_way_to_Medina_while _a_woman_milks_a_herd_of_goats-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Night Ride of Mohammed on Buraq (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Night_Ride_of_Mohammed_on_Buraq-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Mahmud of Ghazni in robe from the Caliph (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mahmud_of_of Ghazni_in_robe_from_the_Caliph-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Mahmud of Ghazni crosses the Ganges (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mahmud_of_Ghazni_crosses_the_Ganges.htm)
Besieged defenders of a town advancing to battle, f125 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Besieged_defenders_of_a_town_advancing_to_battle-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f125v.htm)
Battle Between Abu'l-Qasim and the Samanid Muntasir, f170r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Muntasir-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f170r.htm)
Muntasir Crossing the Jayhun, f170r (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Muntasir-Edinburgh-MsOr20-f170r.htm)
Mongols besieging a City (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mongols_Besieging_A_City-Edinburgh-MsOr20.htm)
Kublai Khan on an elephant (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Kublai_Khan_on_an_elephant.htm)
Khalili manuscript 727:
The emperor Xuandi of the late Liang, f14b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_emperor_Xuandi_of_the_late_Liang-Khalili-Ms727-f14b.htm)
The mountains of India, f21 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_mountains_of_India-Khalili-Ms727-f21a.htm)
The mountains between India and Tibet, with a female pilgrim in Indian dress, f22a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_mountains_between_India_and_Tibet-Khalili-Ms727-f22a.htm)
Battle of the Pandavas and the Kauravas, a scene from the Indian epic, the Mahabharata, f25a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Battle_of_the_Pandavas_and_the_Kauravas-Khalili-Ms727-f25a.htm)
The Execution of Jalal-al-Din Firuzshah II (r1290-96), the Khalji, sultan of Delhi, by his rebellious nephew, f27a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_Execution_of_Jalal-al-Din_Firuzshah_II-Khalili-Ms727-f27a.htm)
The nobles of Kashmir enthrone a fakir as King Yashaskara (r939-48), f28b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_nobles_of_Kashmir_enthrone_a_fakir_as_King_Yas haskara-Khalili-Ms727-f28b.htm)
Ravan, king of Lanka and king of the demons, lies dead before Rama, a scene from the Indian epic, the Ramayana, f30b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Ravan_lies_dead_before_Rama-Khalili-Ms727-f30b.htm)
Shakyamuni offering fruit to the devil, from the life of the Buddha, f34a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Shakyamuni_offering_fruit_to_the_devil-Khalili-Ms727-f34a.htm)
The Grove of Jetavana, where the Buddha achieved Enlightenment, f36b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_Grove_of_Jetavana-Khalili-Ms727-f36b.htm)
Kushinagar, where the Buddha achieved Nirvana, f37b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Kushinagar-Khalili-Ms727-f37b.htm)
Noah's Ark, f45a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Noahs_Ark-Khalili-Ms727-f45a.htm)
Jacob, with three of his sons and his two wives, Leah and Rachel, f47b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Jacob-3_sons_and_2_wives-Khalili-Ms727-f47b.htm)
Joseph, his robe torn by Potiphar's wife (Zulaykha), appears before Potiphar, f48a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Joseph_appears_before_Potiphar-Khalili-Ms727-f48a.htm)
Joseph and his brethren, f49a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Joseph_and_his_brethren-Khalili-Ms727-f49a.htm)
Moses commands the Levites to behead those who had worshipped the Golden Calf, f52a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Moses_commands_the_Levites_to_behead_those_who_had _worshipped_the_Golden_Calf-Khalili-Ms727-f52a.htm)
The death of Moses on Mt Nebo, f54a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-The_Death_of_Moses_on_Mt_Nebo-Khalili-Ms727-f54a.htm)
Saul, abandoned by Jehovah, is defeated by the Philistines and falls on his sword, f56a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Saul_falls_on_his_sword-Khalili-Ms727-f56a.htm)
Jonah and the whale, f59b (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Jonah_and_the_whale-Khalili-Ms727-f59b.htm)
Mohammed exhorting his family before the battle of Badr, f66a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammed_exhorting_his_family_before_the_battle_of _Badr-Khalili-Ms727-f66a.htm)
Mohammed (on the left) leading Hamza and the Muslims against Banu Qaynuqa (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammed_leading_Hamza_and_the_Muslims_against_Ban u_Qaynuqa-Khalili-Ms727.htm)
Mohammed receiving the submission of the Banu Nadir (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mohammed_receiving_the_submission_of_the_Banu_Nadi r-Khalili-Ms727.htm)
Two Emperors of the Qi and Liang Dynasties, f254a (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Two_Emperors_of_the_Qi_and_Liang_Dynasties-Khalili-Ms727-f254a.htm)
Mongol soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Jami_al-Tawarikh-Mongol_soldiers.htm)

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druzhina
08-03-2012, 04:09
Illustrations from Kitab al-makhzun li arbab al-funun by al-tarabulusi. A manual of military practice and horsemanship, 1578-1579 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16/Kitab_al-makhzun-1578.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8155&d=1355463234
Featuring:
Incendiary arms and incendiary bombs (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16/Arabe2826-218.htm)
Hand-to-hand combat (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16/Arabe2826-220.htm)
Horse archery (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16/Arabe2826-224.htm)
Archery (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16/Arabe2826-229.htm)
Crossbows (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16/Arabe2826-230.htm)


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16th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16C.htm)

druzhina
08-08-2012, 08:52
Spanish Soldiers in Frescos from the Church of San Baudelio de Berlanga, Soria - 12th century (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Church_of_San_Baudelio_de_Berlanga-12thC.htm)
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druzhina
08-09-2012, 11:24
Illustrations of Turkmen of Anatolia from Iskandar-namah (The Book of Alexander the Great), 1416 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Turk/Iskandar-namah-1416.htm)
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druzhina
08-13-2012, 03:02
Illustrations of Romans in a 6th-7thC Manuscript

Illustrations of Romans in the Ashburnham Pentateuch Manuscript, 6th-7th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Ashburnham-Pentateuch-f25r-Esau.htm)

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7th Century Visigothic Infantryman by Ian Heath based on the Ashburnham Pentateuch (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Dark_Ages-41-Visigothic_Infantry-7C.htm)

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sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
08-18-2012, 11:53
Chessmen from Uig, Lewis, western isles of Scotland, c.1150-1175, Portraying Warriors (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Lewis_Chessmen-warders.htm)
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Drawings of, & notes on, Scots Islesmen by Ian Heath - based on these chessmen. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Feudal-54-57-Islesmen-Galloglaich-12-14C.htm)


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druzhina
08-25-2012, 04:18
Illustrations to the 1590s Persian translation of the memoirs of Mughal Emperor Babur: the Baburnama (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Moghul/Baburnama/Baburnama.htm)

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druzhina
09-03-2012, 03:57
Andalusian costume in illustrations from The story of Bayad and Riyadh (Hadith Bayad wa Riyad), 13th century (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad.htm)
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f. 1r. Frontispiece (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f1r.htm)
f. 2v. image of the Old counseling Bayad and warning him. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f2v.htm)
f. 9r. Image of Riyadh playing the lute in the garden in front of the image of Lady and Bayad, the Old and all the bridesmaids. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f9r.htm)
f. 10r. Image of Bayad playing the lute in the presence of the Lady and her entourage. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f10r.htm) . Large image of folio 10r. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f10r-large.htm)
f. 13r The Lady (alsayyida) who speaks with the Old (al-'aguz) and Riyadh (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f13r.htm)
f. 17r. Image of Sumul who speaks to Bayad who is near the garden on the river and she hands him a letter from Riyadh. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f17r.htm) . Large image of folio 17r. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f17r-large.htm)
f. 19r. Image of Bayad lying, passed out, on the bank of the river and image of the young relative of the Old who stops beside his companion and gives a funeral eulogy, both located in front of one of the gardens of the River Tartar. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f19r.htm) . Large image of folio 19r. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f19r-large.htm)
f. 22r. Image of Bayad together with the women in the house, while delivering the letter of Riyadh (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f22r.htm)
f. 26v. Image of Riyadh prostrate in front of her Lady and image of the Old and the maids who look on. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f26v.htm)
f. 31r. Image of Bayad playing chess with a relative of the Old (the qarib) and image of the Old who visited them. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Bayad-wa-Riyad-f31r.htm)

Druzhina
13th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13C.htm)

druzhina
09-05-2012, 00:52
Ottoman Soldiers from contemporary European Illustrations by Melchior Lorck, 1579-83 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/MelchiorLorck/Melchior_Lorck.htm)

Standards, horses, baggage by Melchior Lorck (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/MelchiorLorck/Melchior_Lorck-Standards-horses-baggage.htm)
Tartars, Kurd & Georgian by Melchior Lorck (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/MelchiorLorck/Melchior_Lorck-Tartars-Kurd-Georgian.htm)

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druzhina
09-06-2012, 07:23
Ottoman military pictures from Hans Sloan's Album The Habits of the Grand Signor's Court', c.1620 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Album/Sloane.htm)
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druzhina
09-09-2012, 06:29
Caspar Luyken Prints of Ottomans from Abraham a Sancta Clara's Neu-eröffnete Welt-Galleria, 1703 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken.htm)
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Larger Images:

[A Turkish Border Pasha (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Ein_Turkischer-Granitz-Bassa.htm)
A Janissary. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Ein_Janitschar.htm)
A Peik. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Ein_Turkischer_Laquay.htm)
A Eunuch (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Ein_Verschnittener.htm)
An archer of the Turkish Galleys - Azab. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Ein_Schutz_auf_den_Turkischen_Galeeren.htm)
A Tartar. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Ein_Tartar.htm)
Mustapha II, Ottoman Sultan. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Mustapha_II_Turckischer_Kaiser.htm)
A Turkish mute. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Turkischer_Stummer.htm)
Tribute Children. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Zahend_oder_Tribut_Kind.htm)
The Koran Carrier. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-Alcoran_Tragend.htm)
A Janissary in Full Dress. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-085-Ein_Janitschar.htm)
A Turkish Border Pasha - Delli (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Luyken-077-Ein_Turkischer-Granitz-Bassa.htm)


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druzhina
09-11-2012, 06:40
Ottoman Illustrations from
Elbicei Atika. Musée des Anciens Costumes Turcs de Constantinople
by Jean Brindesi, 1855 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi.htm)

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Sultan Mahmud II . Minister of the Interior . Grand Vizier (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-1.htm)
Janissary Aga . Foreign Minister . The Executor of the Laws . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-2.htm)
Grand Judge . Grand Admiral . Officer of the Admiralty (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-3.htm)
Janissary worker . Captain . Galleon Sailor . Fireman (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-4.htm)
Inspector of Roads . Sergeant of the Guard Corps Commander . Commander of a Guard Corps (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-5.htm)
Janissary in official costume . Battalion Chief of the first Reform of Sultan Mahmoud . Chief of Artillery . Battalion Chief of the Reform (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-6.htm)
Gunner - Horse Artillery . Captain of Foot Artillery . Gunner (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-7.htm)
Mortar Gunners (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-8.htm)
Soldier of the Reform . Soldier (1st Reform) . Soldier (Reform of Sultan Selim) . Soldier (1st Reform of Sultan Mahmoud) (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-9.htm)
Chief Cook's Assistant (Officer) . Cook's Assistants . Water Carrier (Officer) . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-10.htm)
Janissary of the Guard Corps . Pay Officer of the 25th Battalion . Room Leader . Sub-Officer of the Guard Corps (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-11.htm)
Officer of Order . Lieutenant General . Chamberlain . Regimental Fourrier (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-12.htm)
Chasseur of the 33rd Battalion . Senior Officer (ceremonial dress) . Chasseur of the 33rd Battalion (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-13.htm)
Weapons Room Guard . Colonel of the Armorers . Guard of the Imperial Palace of Adrianople . Courier (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-14.htm)
Soldier of Police (Patrol) . ADC to the Lieutenant General . Messenger of the Palace (Officer) . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-15.htm)
Chief of the Buffoons . Dervish . Buffoon of the Volunteers . Chief of irregular cavalry (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-16.htm)
Footman of the Grand Vizier . Usher of the Divan . Guard of the Ambassadors (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-17.htm)
Herald . Chief of Volunteers . (saddler of the 64th Battalion) . General of Artillery (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-18.htm)
Chief of the Black Eunuchs . Dwarf . Chief of the White Eunuchs (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-19.htm)
Page in the Palace . Palace Dwarf . Palace Mute (Page) . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-20.htm)
1st Valet of the Sultan . Sword Bearer . Archer bodyguard to the Sultan . Messenger/Guard of Honour (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-21.htm)
Master of Ceremonies . (& lower order) . White Eunuch in the Service of the Harem . Crier of Prayers (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-22.htm)

Generally larger images from a set of Turkish postcards made in the 1950s
Sultan Mahmut II . Kethüda Bey . Sadrazam (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-1-large.htm)
Yeniçeri Orta Ağası . Reis-Efendi . Şeyhülislam (Shaykh Al-Islam) . Çavuş Baş Şatırı (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-2-large.htm)
Kazasker (Kadi El Asker) . Kaptan Paşa . Çuhadar (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-3-large.htm)
Pırpırı Esnaf . Kaptan . Kalyoncu . Tulumbacı (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-4-large.htm)
Yol Hasekisi . Bölük Ağası Çuhadar . Bölük Ağası (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-5-large.htm)
Keçeli Nefer . Nizam-I Cedid Bimbaşı . Topçu Başı . Binbası (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-6-large.htm)
Suvari Topçu Neferi . Piyade Topçu Yüzbaşısı . Suvari Topçu Neferi (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-7-large.htm)
Humbaracı (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-8-large.htm)
Eğri Kalpaklı . Şubara Neferi . Nizam - I Cedid Neferi . Şubara Neferi (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-9-large.htm)
Baş Karakolluktçu . Karakolluktçu . Orta Sakasi . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-10-large.htm)
Kolluk Neferi . Keçeli . Oda Başı . Kolluk Bayraktarı (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-11-large.htm)
Baş Çavuş . Kul Kethüdası (Kâhyası) . Kapıcı Başı . Orta Çavuşu (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-12-large.htm)
Karakullukçu . Usta . Karakullukçu (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-13-large.htm)
Cephane Karakullukçusu . Cephane Çorbacısı . Bostancı . Şatır (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-14-large.htm)
Salma Neferi . Nöbetçi . Haseki Ağa . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-15-large.htm)
Soytarı Başı . Bektaşı Devesi . Soytarı . Deli Başı (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-16-large.htm)
Çuhadar . Divan Çavuşu . Yasakçı (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-17-large.htm)
Müjdeci Başı . Serdengeçti Ağası . Saraç Başı . Salı Usta . Cebeci Kâhyası (Cebeciler Kethüdası) (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-18-large.htm)
Kizlar Ağası . Cüce . Kapısı Ağası (Ak Ağa) (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-19-large.htm)
İç Ağaları . Cüce . Enderun Dilsizi . (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-20-large.htm)
Baş Çuhadar . Silahtar Ağası . Solak . Peyk (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-21-large.htm)
İç Oglan Çavuşları . . Zülüflü Baltacı . Eski Saray Baltacısı . Müezzin (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Brindesi-22-large.htm)

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druzhina
09-13-2012, 10:07
The present state of the Ottoman Empire by Sir Paul Rycaut, 1667 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-The_present_state_of_the_Ottoman_Empire.htm)

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A Janizary. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Janizary.htm)
A spahi. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Spahi.htm)
The Chaousbashee or cheife of the pursuivants. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Chaousbashee.htm)
Delee, or one of the Viziers guard. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Delee.htm)
Emir Bashee, or head of Mahomets kindered. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Emir.htm)
Janizar Agasi or generall of the Janizaries. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Janizar_Agasi.htm)
Men in the Turkish royal court, 17th century. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Turkish_royal_court.htm)
Men in the Turkish royal court, 17th century. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Turkish_royal_court-2.htm)
The prime Vizier. (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Rycaut-Vizier.htm)


Druzhina
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druzhina
09-17-2012, 11:02
Ottoman Military Illustrations from Hans Weigel's Habitus Praecipuorum Populorum (Trachtenbuch), 1577 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel.htm)
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Larger Images:

Turkish emperor on horseback (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_emperor_on_horseback.htm)
Turkish emperor (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_emperor.htm)
Turkish imam (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_imam.htm)
Peik (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Peik.htm)
Solak (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_footsoldier.htm)
Janissary (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Janissary.htm)
Imperial guard (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Imperial_guard.htm)
Footsoldier to an emir (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Footsoldier_to_an_emir.htm)
Christian footsoldier (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Christian_footsoldier.htm)
Deli (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Deli.htm)
Turkish soldier with pickaxe (http://warfare.atwbpages.com/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_soldier_with_pickaxe.htm)
Turkish cannoneer (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_cannoneer.htm)
Azab / Azap (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_Archer.htm)
Turkish groom (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Turkish_groom.htm)
Egyptian from Cairo (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Weigel-Egyptian_from_Cairo.htm)


Ottomans by Albert Kretschmer (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Kretschmer-Ottomans.htm) based on Hans Weigel's Prints (or mirror (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Kretschmer-Ottomans.htm)).

Druzhina
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druzhina
09-21-2012, 10:57
Costumes anciens et modernes: habiti antichi e moderni di tutto il mondo by Cesare Vecellio (ca. 1521-1601) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Vecellio-Costumes_anciens_et_modernes-Ottoman.htm)
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MIRROR SITE:
Costumes anciens et modernes: habiti antichi e moderni di tutto il mondo by Cesare Vecellio (ca. 1521-1601) (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Vecellio-Costumes_anciens_et_modernes-Ottoman.htm)

Druzhina
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druzhina
09-24-2012, 05:39
Sources used by Ian Heath for 12th century knights in Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300:
2. KNIGHT c.1100 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-2-Knight-c1100.htm)
. The Modena Archivolt (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Modena_Archivolt.htm)

3. KNIGHT c.1160 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-3-Knight-c1160.htm)
. The sleeping soldiers at the Resurrection, Pulpit of William, Cagliari Cathedral (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Pulpit_of-William-Resurrection.htm)

4. KNIGHT c.1175 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-4-Knight-c1175.htm)
. including the Seal of Philippe d'Alsace
. Effigy of Geoffrey de Mandeville, Earl of Essex (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Geoffrey_de_Mandeville-effigy.htm)
. Painting of Simon de Montfort in a window at Chartres Cathedral (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Simon_de_Montfort.htm)
. Constance delivers the infant Frederick to the Duchess of Spoleto (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f138r.htm) &
. Diepold von Schweinspeunt in the Liber ad honorem Augusti by Pietro da Eboli (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f133r.htm)

5. KNIGHT c.1180 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-5-Knight-c1180.htm)
. Plate 3, The Hortus Deliciarum by Herrad of Landsberg (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3.htm)

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druzhina
09-25-2012, 08:05
Commentary on the Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, from Saint-Sever SW France, 1060s (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever.htm)
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The Four Horsemen (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-108v-109.htm) & a larger image of The Four Horsemen (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-108v-109-large.htm)
Monstrous Cavalry (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-148v.htm) & a larger image of Monstrous Cavalry (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-148v-large.htm)
Ten Kings and their Army (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-193.htm) & a larger image of Ten Kings and their Army (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-193-large.htm)
Victory of the Lamb (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-193v.htm)
Kings mourning about Babylon (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-195.htm)
Eschatological Combat (http://warfare2.netai.net/11/Beatus_Saint_Sever-201v.htm)

MIRROR SITE
Commentary on the Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, from Saint-Sever SW France, 1060s (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Beatus_Saint_Sever.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/11C.htm)

druzhina
09-25-2012, 10:27
Napoleon's Egyptian Campaign (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Egyptian_Campaign.htm)
Mameluke in full armour, engraved by Moritz Michael, 1790-1849. (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Mameluke_in_full_armour.htm)
Illustration of a Mameluke from Description De L'Egypte, Vol II, plate D, Left Panel (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-8-Moderne-II-p114-plate-D-left.htm)
Illustration of an Alexandrian Sailor from Description De L'Egypte, Vol II, plate D, Right Panel (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-8-Moderne-II-p114-plate-D-right.htm)
30 Illustrations from Description De L'Egypte, Vol II, plate K (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K.htm):
. 1, 2 & 3: Militairy Costumes including Janissary (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-1_2_3.htm)
. 4: Militairy Costume (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-4.htm)
. 5: Bey (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-5.htm)
. 6: Diverse Costume (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-6.htm)
. 7, 8 & 9: Mameluke, Bey & Diverse Costume (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-7_8_9.htm)
. 10 & 11: Diverse Costume & Militairy Costume (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-10_11.htm)
. 12: Arab (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-12.htm)
. 13 & 14: Dancers (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-13_14.htm)
. 15: Arab (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-15.htm)
. 16 & 17: Sheik & Mameluke (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-16_17.htm)
. 18 & 19: Sheik & Diverse Costume (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-18_19.htm)
. 20 & 21: Sheiks (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-20_21.htm)
. 22, 23 & 24: Diverse Costumes (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-22_23_24.htm)
. 25: Women in the harem (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-25.htm)
. 26: Bride (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-26.htm)
. 27: Women in the harem (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-27.htm)
. 28, 29 & 30: Coptic Scribe & Diverse Costumes (http://warfare2.netai.net/18C/Description_De_L'Egypte-Vol-II-plate-K-28_29_30.htm)
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MIRROR SITE
Napoleon's Egyptian Campaign (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Egyptian_Campaign.htm)

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druzhina
09-26-2012, 02:23
Ottoman Turkish Illustrations from:
Peter Mundy's Album, A briefe relation of the Turckes, their kings, Emperors, or Grandsigneurs, their conquests, religion, customes, habbits, etc, Istanbul, 1618 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Album/Mundy.htm)
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MIRROR: Peter Mundy's Album, A briefe relation of the Turckes, their kings, Emperors, or Grandsigneurs, their conquests, religion, customes, habbits, etc, Istanbul, 1618 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/Album/Mundy.htm)

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druzhina
09-27-2012, 08:03
Liber ad honorem Augusti, by Pietro da Eboli, Sicily, c.1197 (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=7300&d=1348972719

Thumbnails for Liber ad honorem Augusti, by Pietro da Eboli, Sicily, c.1197 (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti_th.htm)
The Image Links:

Folio 107r. Frederick Barbarossa on the 3rd Crusade / his death in Salef / Henry VI arrives in Sicily (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f107r.htm)
Folio 109r. Henry VI besieging Naples (1191) / Count Richard of Acerra wounded by an arrow. (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f109r.htm)
Folio 115r. Salerni uprising against the Empress Constance. (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f115r.htm)
Folio 116r. The people of Salerno attack the palace wherein dwells Empress Constance. The Empress talks to the Salerni. (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f116r.htm)
Folio 117r. Assault by the Salerni on the Terracina Palace, Salerno. / The Empress Constance prays. (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f117r.htm)
Folio 123r. Episode of the assault on Capua by Count Richard of Acerra. / The burial of the bodies after the battle. (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f123r.htm)
Folio 130r. Storming of S. Germano by Diepold von Schweinspeunt (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f130r.htm)
Folio 131r. The army and the fleet of the Emperor Henry VI to conquer the kingdom of Sicily. (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f131r.htm)
Folio 132r. Salerno attacked by the imperial troops (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f132r.htm)
Folio 133r. Diepold von Schweinspeunt. / Escape of Guido di Castelvecchio, who had tried to seize the prey made by Diepold von Schweinspeunt in his raids (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti-f133r.htm)


MIRROR SITE
Liber ad honorem Augusti, by Pietro da Eboli, Sicily, c.1197 (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Liber_ad_honorem_Augusti.htm)

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druzhina
10-02-2012, 06:21
Illustrations of Soldiers from Nicolas de Nicolay's Peregrinations faites en Turquie, 1577 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Nicolay-Peregrinations_faites_en_Turquie-1577.htm)

MIRROR SITE:
Illustrations of Soldiers from Nicolas de Nicolay's Peregrinations faites en Turquie, 1577 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Nicolay-Peregrinations_faites_en_Turquie-1577.htm)

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druzhina
10-05-2012, 05:52
Late 12th century Franks in The Hortus Deliciarum by Herrad of Landsberg, 1185 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3.htm)
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Late 12th century Franks in The Hortus Deliciarum by Herrad of Landsberg, 1185 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3.htm)

. Goliath (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3-1.htm)
. The three Magi (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3-2.htm)
. Parable of the vigneron homicides (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3-3.htm)
. Joshua's Battle Against the Amalekites (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3-4.htm)
. Assault on the City of Dan (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3-5.htm)
. Battle Between Greed and Generosity (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Hortus_Deliciarum-p3-6.htm)

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druzhina
10-06-2012, 12:27
Illustrations of Ottomans by Octavien d'Alvimart, engraved F.H. Clark, in McLean's The Military Costume of Turkey, 1813 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart.htm)
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Larger Images for d'Alvimart Military Costume:

Grand Vizier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-titlepiece.htm) . Alternative scans
Capitan Pacha. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-02.htm) . Capitan Pacha. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-02N.htm)
Pacha. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-03.htm) . Pacha. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-03N.htm)
Capidgi Bachi. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-04.htm) . Capidgi Bachi. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-04N.htm)
Janizary. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-05.htm) . Janizary. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-05N.htm)
Janizary. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-06.htm) . Janizary. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-06N.htm)
Janizary of Arabia Felix. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-07.htm) . Janizary of Arabia Felix. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-07N.htm)
Ladle Bearer. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-08.htm) . Ladle Bearer. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-08N.htm)
Colonel of Janizaries. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-09.htm) . Colonel of Janizaries. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-09N.htm)
Officer of Janizaries. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-10.htm) . Officer of Janizaries. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-10N.htm)
Military Chief of Upper Egypt. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-11.htm) . Military Chief of Upper Egypt. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-11N.htm)
Bey. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-12.htm) . Bey. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-12N.htm)
Mameluke of Egypt. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-13.htm) . Mameluke of Egypt. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-13N.htm)
Mameluke Officer. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-14.htm) . Mameluke Officer. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-14N.htm)
Mameluke of Constantinople. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-15.htm) . Mameluke of Constantinople. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-15N.htm)
Mameluke of Grand Seignior. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-16.htm) . Mameluke of Grand Seignior. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-16N.htm)
Mameluke of Grand Vizier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-17.htm) . Mameluke of Grand Vizier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-17N.htm)
Cavalry. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-18.htm) . Cavalry. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-18N.htm)
Spahis. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-19.htm) . Spahis. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-19N.htm)
Officer of Spahis. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-26.htm) . Officer of Spahis. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-26N.htm)
Ensign Bearer of the Spahis (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-21.htm) . Ensign Bearer of the Spahis (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-21N.htm)
Soldier of Turkish Artillery. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-22.htm) . Soldier of Turkish Artillery. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-22N.htm)
Officer of Turkish Artillery. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-23.htm) . Officer of Turkish Artillery. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-23N.htm)
Officer of European Infantry. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-24.htm) . Officer of European Infantry. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-24N.htm)
Soldier of European Infantry. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-25.htm) . Soldier of European Infantry. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-25N.htm)
Soldier of Albania. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-20.htm) . Soldier of Albania. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-20N.htm)
Arnaut Soldier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-27.htm) . Arnaut Soldier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-27N.htm)
Caramanian Soldier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-28.htm) . Caramanian Soldier. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-28N.htm)
Bostangi. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-29.htm) . Bostangi. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-29N.htm)
Officer of Police. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-30.htm) . Officer of Police. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-30N.htm)


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Illustrations by Octavien d'Alvimart, in Miller's The Costume of Turkey, 1802 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart.htm)
Larger Images for d'Alvimart Costume:


A Bosniac (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-53.htm)
Bostandji Bachi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-58.htm)
Two Janissaries in their Dress of Ceremony (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-34.htm)
The Captain Pasha (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-52.htm)
A Sailor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-54.htm)
Reis Effendi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-40.htm)
Private Secretary to the Grand Signior (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-38.htm)
A Member of the Divan (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-44.htm)
An Attendant on the Harem of the Grand Signior (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-56.htm)
Kislar Aga (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-01.htm)
Ich oglan: young slave trained to be a Janissary (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-50.htm)
Tchocadar-servant (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-Tchocadar.htm)
A Dervish (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-24.htm)
Dervish in his typical costume (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-Dervish.htm)
A Turkish Woman in her Wedding Dress (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-57.htm)
A Female Bedouin of the Desert, with her child (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-27.htm)
Dancer (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-Dancer.htm)
A Turkish Woman in Provincial Dress (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-04.htm)
A Turk in his Chall, or Shawl (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-09.htm)
A Female of the Island of Naxos (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-37.htm)
Women of the Island of Andros (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/dAlvimart-Costume-19.htm)


Ottomans in the Augsburger Bilder, 1802-1810 (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-Ottoman.htm)
(many based on d'Alvimart's drawings)
. Ottoman Turkish Infantry (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-180-Ottoman.htm)
. Arab Mamalukes & Asiatic Light Infantry (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-181-Ottoman.htm)
. European Turkish Cavalry (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-182-Ottoman.htm)
. Asiatic Turkish Cavalry (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-183-Ottoman.htm)
. Ottoman Turkish Artillery (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-184-Ottoman.htm)


Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Suleymanname/index.htm)

druzhina
10-11-2012, 05:05
Illustrations of Ilkhanid Mongols in the Kitab-i Samak 'Ayyar (part 3), c.1330 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3.htm)
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Individual Folios:

Samak Ayyar folio 003a Soldiers attacking a man lying outside a castle (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.003a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 013b Farrukhruz weeping at the sight of Gulru (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.013b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 019b A man and woman riding camels (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.019b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 031b The King of Chin's men trying to capture Samak, Mah Pari and her maidservant (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.031b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 039b Battle between Jamshid and Khurshidshah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.039b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 046a Samak in disguise dancing before the king and queen (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.046a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 053a Deathbed scene of Khurshidshah surrounded by courtiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.053a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 061a Battle scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.061a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 068b Battle scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.068b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 080b Capture of a man in a tent, with soldiers attending outside (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.080b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 089a Qatus and Khurshidshah in single combat (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.089a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 094b Farrukhrus and Shirwan-bashan brought captive before Gharib Shah. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.094b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 106a Farrukhrus rescued from Gharib by Samak (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.106a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 114a Samak's stratagem: a blacksmith heating tongs while a prisoner is held bound on the floor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.114a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 121a Battle between Farrukhruz and Mardan-dukht (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.121a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 134a Searching for Mardandukht, Samak finds two human-headed birds (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.134a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 140a Marriage of Farrukhruz to Gulbuy, Shirwanbashan, Giti Numay, and Jakalmah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.140a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 148a Samak captive before Qabut Bari (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.148a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 159a Khurshidshah and Mah Pari (?) emerging from the city gate (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.159a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 166b Two men swimming in a river while angels converse on the bank (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.166b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 180b Two archers shooting an ox while four angels look on from above (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.180b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 189a Bahlan brought captive before Samak (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.189a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 191b Mourners before the head of Khurshidshah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.191b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 201a The marriage of Mardan-dukht (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.201a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 221b An old woman denounces a captive (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.221b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 226a The Wazir reading a document to Farrukhruz (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.226a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 234b Battle scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.234b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 241a Battle of Mardan-dukht and her veiled women warriors against Qabus (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.241a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 251a Captive flogged before Qabus, who is addressed angrily by Mardan-dukht (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.251a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 261a Battle scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.261a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 268b Samak conversing with Mahus on a throne placed beside a river (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.268b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 276a Battle between Mardan-dukht and Lal (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.276a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 283b Taj-dukht killing Gulbuy, Shirwan-bashan, Giti Numay, and Jakalmah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.283b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 288a Taj-dukht captive and hanged in chains (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.288a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 302a Crushing of the witch Tighu under a rock (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.302a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 311a Battle scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.311a.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 321b Meeting of two kings under a tree, with princess (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.321b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 327b Two men finding a man in a tent decapitated (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.327b.htm)
Samak Ayyar folio 331a Women offer food and drinks to hairy man (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3-f.331a.htm)


MIRROR
Illustrations of Ilkhanid Mongols in the Kitab-i Samak 'Ayyar (part 3), c.1330 (http://warfare.fik4.com/Persia/14/Samak_Iyar-3.htm)

Druzhina
14th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14C.htm)

druzhina
10-11-2012, 11:59
Ottoman Plates in Unifomenkunde
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Spahis (Reguläre Reiterei) by Knötel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Spahis.htm)
Dellis (Tollköpfe) by Knötel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Dellis.htm)
Solaks (Bogenschützen-Leibgarde des Sultans) by Knötel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Solaks.htm)
Janissaries (Janitscharen) by Knötel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Janissaries.htm)
based on Melchior Lorck, Nicolas de Nicolay & Hans Weigel (see above).

MIRROR SITE:
Spahis (Reguläre Reiterei) by Knötel (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Spahis.htm)
Dellis (Tollköpfe) by Knötel (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Dellis.htm)
Solaks (Bogenschützen-Leibgarde des Sultans) by Knötel (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Solaks.htm)
Janissaries (Janitscharen) by Knötel (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Knotel-Janissaries.htm)

Druzhina
16th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/16C.htm)

druzhina
10-13-2012, 07:37
The Mysore Wars of Haidar Ali & Tipu Sultan (1780s & 90s) (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/MysoreWars.htm)
7405
Haidar Ali And Tipu Sultan And The Struggle With The Musalman Powers Of The South By Lewin B. Bowring (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/MysoreWars.htm) as a Rich Text or MS Word document
Armies of the Wars in India: by Paul D. Stevenson (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/ArmiesOfTheWarsInIndia_byPaulDStevenson.htm)
Armies of the Wars in India: The British Army by Paul D. Stevenson (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/ArmiesOfTheWarsInIndia_Britain.htm)
Armies of the Wars in India: Part IV The Mysoreans by Paul D. Stevenson (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/ArmiesOfTheWarsInIndia_Mysore.htm)
Bombay Grenadier, Sepoy 1800 by Jack Cassin-Scott (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/BombayGrenadiersSepoy1800.htm)
Sepoys of Madras, Bengal and Bombay, c.1816 after Fitzclarence (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Sepoys_1816-Fitzclarence.htm)
Soldier of Tipu Sultan of Mysore armed with a flintlock musket (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Soldier_Of_Tipu_Sultan_of_Mysore_armed_with_a_flin tlock_musket.htm)
Charles Gold's Oriental Drawings, 1806 (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Charles_Gold's_Oriental_Drawings.htm)
. Including Mysore Regular Infantry (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Gold-Mysore_Regular_Infantry.htm), Sepoys of the Madras Establishment (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Gold-Sepoys_of_the_Madras_Establishment.htm),
. Officers and Private of the Gun Lascar Corps, Madras_Establishment (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Gold-Officers_and_Private_of_the_Gun_Lascar_Corps,_Madr as_Establishment.htm),
. A Naigue of the Bombay Grenadier Battalion (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Gold-A_Naigue_of_the_Bombay_Grenadier_Battalion.htm)
. and infantry & cavalry in front of Tipoo's Palace (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Charles_Gold's_Oriental_Drawings.htm#palace).
Handcoloured engravings by Frederic Shoberl from his work 'The World in Miniature: Hindoostan' (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/The_World_in_Miniature-Hindoostan-by_Frederic_Shoberl.htm)
Muhammad Ali Khan, Nawab of Arcot and the Carnatic, 1770, by Tilly Keitle (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Muhammad_Ali_Khan_Nawab_of_Arcot_and_the_Carnatic-1770-by_Tilly_Keitle.htm)
Drawing of Mangalore fort after it was taken by the British in 1783 (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/MangaloreFort.htm)
7404
Maps
Map of Mysore in 1704 from 'Historical Atlas of India', by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1907). (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Mysore1704.htm)
Map of Mysore in 1751 from 'Historical Atlas of India', by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907). (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Mysore1751.htm)
Carnatic Wars map from 'Historical Atlas of India', by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907). (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/CarnaticWars.htm)
Map of Hyder Ali's dominions in 1780, by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907) (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/HyderAliDominions1780.htm)
Map to illustrate the Mysore Wars 1784, by Charles Joppen from 'Historical Atlas of India,' by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907). (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/SouthIndiaMysoreWars1784.htm)
Map of India in 1795 from 'Historical Atlas of India,' by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907). (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Mysore1795.htm)
Map of India 1805 by Charles Joppen from 'A Historical Atlas of India for the use of High-Schools, Colleges, and Private Students', 1907 (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/India1805.htm)
Map of 'The Southern Provinces of Hindoostan', 1794, by R. Wilkinson, London, from A General Atlas being A Collection of Maps of the World and Quarters, the Principal Empires, Kingdoms &c. with their several Provinces & others Subdivisions, Correctly Delineated. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/SouthIndia1794CededByTipoo.htm)
Map from 'The Southern Provinces of Hindoostan', 1800, by Robert Wilkinson, London. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/SouthIndia1800CededByTipoo.htm)
INDIA 1765 Map from 'The Imperial Gazetteer Atlas of India', 1908 (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/India1765.htm)
'Madras (Southern section) with Mysore, Coorg, and Travancore' by J.G. Bartholomew from Imperial Gazetteer, 1907-1909, Volume 18, opposite page 250. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Madras_Southern_Section.htm)
1700-1792 Map from 'The Historical Atlas' by William R. Shepherd, 1923 (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/India1700-1792.htm)
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Portraits
Ink sketch of Haidar Ali in Durbar from Vincent Smith's, India in the British Period (part III of Oxford History of India), Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1920. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/HaidaraliInDurbar.htm)
Photograph of ink drawing of Haidar Ali (died 1782) captioned, 'Haidar Ali in his younger years,' from C. Hayavadana Rao's History of Mysore, Government Printing Press, Bangalore, India, 1943. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/HaidarAliYoungerYears.htm)
Portrait of Tipu Sultan by an anonymous Indian artist in Mysore, ca. 1790-1800. From Kate Brittlebank's, Tipu Sultan's Search for Legitimacy, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1997. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/TipuSultan1790.htm)
Ink sketch titled, 'Tipu Sultan, Another view'. From C. Hayavadana Rao's, History of Mysore, 1399 to 1799, volume III, Bangalore: Government Press, 1943. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/TipuSultanByMauzaisse.htm)
Tipu Sultan, ruler of Mysore (1782-1799). Oil on canvas. Portrait produced in 1792. (http://warfare.likamva.in/18C/Tipu_Sultan_BL.htm)

MIRROR:
The Mysore Wars of Haidar Ali & Tipu Sultan (1780s & 90s) (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/MysoreWars.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/index.htm)

druzhina
10-16-2012, 04:20
WORLD WAR II & The Korean War

Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/index.html)

Index
Admiralty Islands in 1942 " We were first ! " Unit History of Australian No.1 Independent Company (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/admiralty.html)
Armoured Vehicles in the Pacific War (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/armouredindex.html)
Special Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 Bibliography (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/bibliography.html)
BIOGRAPHIES The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/biographies.html)
Books & Bibliography (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/books.html)
The Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, December 1941 - March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/chronology.html)
The Pacific War 1941-1945: THE LINKS (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/links.html)
Massacres of POWs, Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/massacres.html)
The Pacific War - The Untold Stories 1941-1945 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/pacific.html)
The Submarine War (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/under_sea.html)
Uniforms (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/uniforms.html)
Veterans of the Dutch East Indies Campaign (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/veterans.html)
The War at Sea (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/war_sea.html)

Air Force
201st Mexican Fighter Squadron (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/201squadron.html)
US Patrol Wing 10 in the Dutch East Indies, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/patrol_wing10.html)
During a little-known raid, Japan's newest four-engine flying boat was put to a challenging test: a flight of more than 3,000 miles to attack Hawaii. (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/pearl_harbor_2.html)
Save your life! An account of NAP 1/C Shinsaku Yamakawa during the attack on USS oiler Pecos, Java Sea 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/pecos.html)
Royal Air Force Ranks (RAF) (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/RAF_ranks.html)
Who sank IJN destroyer Shinonome, December 1941? (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/shinonome.html)
The restless sky over Tarakan Island, January 13th 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/tarakan_air.html)
Hawker Hurricane in Dutch Service (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Gustin/hhids.html)
Japanese Aircraft Designation System (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Gustin/japdes.html)
British Aircraft Designation Systems (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Gustin/brdes.html)

Armour
Alvis-Straussler Armoured Cars in the Netherlands East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/alvis_straussler.html)
The Use of Armoured Vehicles on Borneo, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/borneo_armour.html)
British Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/british_armour.html)
Vickers-Carden-Loyd Light Tanks in the Netherlands East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/carden_loyd.html)
Chinese Nationalist Armour in World War II (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/china_armour.html)
100th Indian Independent Light Tank Squadron, Malaya 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/indian_tank.html)
The Japanese Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/japarmunits.html)
Japanese Armoured Units on Java Island, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/java_armour.html)
Dutch (KNIL) Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/KNIL_armour.html)
Japanese Armoured Units on Timor Island, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/timor_armour.html)

Biography
Lieutenant-General Gerardus Johannes Berenschot (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/berenschot.html)
Brigadier Arthur Seaforth Blackburn (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/blackburn.html)
Air Force Major-General Lewis Hyde Brereton (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/brereton.html)
Air Force Lieutenant-General George H. Brett (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/brett.html)
Commodore John Augustine Collins (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/collins.html)
Group Captain Sir Lawrence Darvall (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/darvall.html)
Rear-Admiral Karel W.F.M. Doorman (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/doorman.html)
Rear-Admiral Ruitaro Fujita (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/fujita.html)
Rear-Admiral William A. Glassford, Jr. (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/glassford.html)
Rear-Admiral Kenzaburo Hara (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/hara.html)
Admiral Thomas Charles Hart (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/hart.html)
Rear-Admiral Shintaro Hashimoto (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/hashimoto.html)
Rear-Admiral Kouichiro Hatakeyama (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/hatakeyama.html)
Vice-Admiral Conrad Emil Lambert Helfrich (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/helfrich.html)
Captain Jacob P. van Helsdingen Hero of the Dutch East Indies, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/helsdingen.html)
Rear-Admiral Sueto Hirose (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/hirose.html)
Lieutenant-General Hitoshi Imamura (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/imamura.html)
Major-General Takeo Ito (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/ito.html)
Rear-Admiral Kakaji Kakuta (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kakuta.html)
Major-General Kiyotake Kawaguchi (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kawaguchi.html)
Rear-Admiral Pieter Koenraad (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/koenraad.html)
Vice-Admiral Nobutake Kondo (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kondo.html)
Rear-Admiral Kyuji Kubo (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kubo.html)
Rear-Admiral Takeo Kurita (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kurita.html)
Air Vice-Marshal Sir Paul (Copeland) Maltby (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/maltby.html)
Lieutenant-General Masao Maruyama (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/maruyama.html)
Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/nagumo.html)
Rear-Admiral Shoji Nishimura (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/nishimura.html)
Major-General Roelof T. Overakker (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/overakker.html)
Vice-Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/ozawa.html)
Rear-Admiral Sir Arthur Francis Eric Palliser (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/palliser.html)
Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Edmund Charles Peirse (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/peirse.html)
Lieutenant-General Arthur Ernest Percival (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/percival.html)
Major-General Jacob J. Pesman (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/pesman.html)
Major-General Ian Stanley Ord Playfair (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/playfair.html)
Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Royds Pownall (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/pownall.html)
Major-General Shizuo Sakaguchi (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/sakaguchi.html)
Major-General Wijbrandus Schilling (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/schilling.html)
Colonel Toshishige Shoji (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/shoji.html)
Major-General Sir Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/sitwell.html)
Rear-Admiral Gerhard Wilhelm Stöve (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/stove.html)
Rear-Admiral Takeo Takagi (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/takagi.html)
Vice-Admiral Ibo Takahashi (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/takahashi.html)
Rear-Admiral Raizo Tanaka (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/tanaka.html)
Lieutenant-General Hein Ter Poorten (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/terpoorten.html)
Report on a Grimness (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/TIME-12Jan1942-ReportOnAGrimness.html)
Major-General Yuitsu Tsuchihashi (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/tsuchihashi.html)
Vice-Admiral Nishio Tsukahara (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/tsukahara.html)
Air Force Lieutenant-General Ludolph H. van Oyen (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/vanoyen.html)
Rear-Admiral Johan Jasper Abraham van Staveren (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/vanstaveren.html)
General Sir Archibald Percival Wavell (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/wavell.html)
Captain Leonard Walter Thomas Williams (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/williams.html)

Land Combats
The Japanese Invasion of Ambon Island, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/ambon.html)
The capture of Andaman Islands, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/andaman.html)
The capture of Bali Island, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/bali.html)
The capture of Balikpapan, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/balikpapan.html)
The Banda Sea Operations 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/banda_sea.html)
The capture of Bandjermasin (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/bandjermasin.html)
The conquest of Borneo Island, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/borneo.html)
Buka Island, No. 3 Section, ’A’ Platoon, First Independent Company, AIF (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/buka.html)
The Mystery of Christmas Island, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/christmas.html)
The Dutch Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/dutch_subs.html)
"Diggers" on East Timor ! The East Timor Island, March 1942 to December 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/east_timor.html)
The Japanese Invasion of Sumatra Island (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/fall_sumatra.html)
Pacific War 1941-1945 Guidelines (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/guidelines.html)
The Japanese paratroopers in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/japan_paratroop.html)
The conquest of Java Island, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/java.html)
Photo Gallery - The Fall of Java Island, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/java_gallery.html)
The Fall of Kendari, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kendari.html)
"Seventy minutes before Pearl Harbor" The landing at Kota Bharu, Malaya, on December 7th 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kota_bharu.html)
The Lesser Sunda Islands 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/lesser_sunda.html)
The capture of Makassar, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/makassar.html)
The capture of Manokwari, April 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/manokwari.html)
Manus Island, experience of No. 4 Section, 'B' Platoon, First Independent Company, Australian Imperial Force (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/manus.html)
The Fall of Menado, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/menado.html)
The last Dutch fortress in the East Indies - Merauke, Dutch New Guinea, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/merauke.html)
The Fall of Dutch New Guinea, April 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/new_guinea.html)
An Abandoned Army - The KNIL and The Japanese Invasion of Northern Dutch Sumatra (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/north_sumatra.html)
The Battle for Palembang, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/palembang.html)
The capture of Rabaul and Kavieng, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/rabkav.html)
The capture of Riouw Archipelago (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/riouw.html)
The Japanese occupation of Sandakan, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/sandakan.html)
The Invasion of British Borneo in 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/sarawak.html)
The Italian Armed Forces in China, 1937-1943 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/shanghai.html)
The capture of Tarakan Island, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/tarakan.html)
The Japanese Invasion of Dutch West Timor Island, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/timor_dutch.html)
The fighting on Portuguese East Timor, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/timor_port.html)

General
Books Sale (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/bookstore.html)
Credits (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/credits.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 1 December 1941 - 6 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/december1.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 7 December 1941 - 11 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/december2.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 12 December 1941 - 18 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/december3.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 19 December 1941 - 24 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/december4.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 25 December 1941 - 31 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/december5.html)
Cocos Islands during World War II (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/cocos.html)
Japan's need for oil and the Embargo (1940-1941) (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/DEI_oil.html)
Index of Indonesian-Dutch Geographic Names (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/geo_names.html)
Medical Patrol on Manus Island, 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/medical.html)
Portugal in War (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/portugal.html)
Quiz (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/quiz.html)
Weapons and Equipment during the Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/weapons.html)
Japanese Propaganda Postcards Of WW2 (http://2nd-world-war.webs.com/JapanesePropagandaPostcards/JapanesePropagandaPostcardsOfWW2.html)

Naval
Allied Merchant Ship Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/allied_losses.html)
"The Lost Oppurtunity !" The Badung Strait Battle, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/BadungStrait.html)
"The Night Hawks of Balikpapan" The Balikpapan Raid, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/BalikpapanRaid.html)
British and Australian Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/british_losses.html)
Dutch Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (December 7th, 1941 - March 8th, 1942) (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/dutch_losses.html)
The USS Houston's Corner (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/houston.html)
Italian submarines and surface vessels in the Far East: 1940-45 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/ItaliansFarEast.html)
Imperial Japanese Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-194 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/jap_subs.html)
The Japanese Shipping Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia (December 7th, 1941 - March 9th, 1942) (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/japan_losses.html)
The Java Sea Battle (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/java_sea.html)
Dutch Maritime Disasters in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/loss.html)
Naval Ranks (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/navy_ranks.html)
The Ondina Story (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/ondina.html)
The story of Dutch sloop Soemba (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/sloop.html)
" It seems almost impossible ! " Soviet Submarines sail across the Seven Seas (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/soviets.html)
The Japanese Submarine War, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/submarinewar.html)
The Sunda Strait Battle (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/SundaStrait.html)
Home Is The Sailor (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/TIME-9Mar1942-HomeIsTheSailor.html)
The U-Boat War in the Indian Ocean (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/u-boatindia.html)
The USN and Royal Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/us_uksubs.html)
The United States Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/USN_losses.html)
Opération "IRONCLAD": Diego Suarez, 5-8 mai 1942 (http://diegosuarez.22web.org/stamad.htm)

Uniforms
Australian Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/Australian_Uniforms.html)
The British Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/British_Uniforms.html)
Dutch Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/Dutch_Uniforms.html)
Japanese Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/Japanese_Uniforms.html)
KNIL Uniforms 1918-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/KNIL_uniforms.html)
Militaire Luchtvardienst (ML-KNIL) - The uniforms of 1918-1928 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/MLKNIL_uniforms.html)
United States Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/US_Uniforms.html)

Units & Orders of Battle
Never Unprepared - A History of the 26th Australian Infantry Battalion (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/26thAMF.html)
Dutch Air Force Order of Battle in the Dutch East Indies, 30 November 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/Dutch_OOB.html)
Australian First Independent Company, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/indpcom.html)
The Gunners: A History of Australian Artillery (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/TheGunners13.html)
Japanese garrisons on the by-passed Pacific Islands 1944-1945 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/japan_garrison.html)
Order of battle for Dutch, British, Australian, USA and Japanese Army (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/oob.html)
Japanese Special Naval Landing Forces (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/SNLF.html)
Structure of an Australian Independent Company, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/structure.html)
Order of Battle of the Asiatic Fleet and the 16th Naval District (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/USN_OOB.html)

POWs, Internees, Massacres, Survivors & Brutality
The Balikpapan Massacre, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/balikpapan_massacre.html)
The Bangka Island Massacre, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/bangka_massacre.html)
Why was the war in the Pacific so brutal? (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/brutal_war.html)
Execution of Allied Air Force Officer by the Japanese, New Guinea (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/execution.html)
The death of Private Kauffman, USMC Sumay Barracks, Guam Island, December 10th, 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kauffman.html)
The Carnage at Laha, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/laha_massacre.html)
Look back at us in mercy (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/pows.html)
Why have the Japanese defeated us ? (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/why_won.html)

Veteran's Stories
Interview with Ronald Ashton (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/ashton.html)
Interview with Felix Bakker (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/bakker.html)
Interview with Arie Biemond (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/biemond.html)
Interview with Christopher Briggs (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/briggs.html)
The story of Captain G.F. Stephan, Tarakan Island Island 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/cpt_stephan.html)
The Story of De Ruyter survivors, the flagship of Admiral Doorman, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/deruyter_survivor.html)
The story of Cornelis de Wolf, sole survivor of O-16, December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/dewolf.html)
Interview with John Rodney Guidry (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/guidry.html)
Interview with Alfred Hansen (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/hansen.html)
Interview with Adriaan Kannegieter (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kannegieter.html)
Interview with Raymond Kester (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/kester.html)
Interview with Cyril J. Morris (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/morris.html)
The story of Jack Sercombe, Ambon Island 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/sercombe.html)
Interview with Franciscus Johannes Zantvoort (http://dutcheastindies.webs.com/zantvoort.html)

The French Navy In July 1939 (http://warfare.likamva.in/DiegoSuarez/MnHmUK.htm)
The Drama of Diego Suarez (http://warfare.likamva.in/DiegoSuarez/Hdiego.htm) (in French)

Marmon-Herrington Military Vehicles (http://www.marmon-herrington.webs.com/index.html)
All-Wheel Drive Conversion kits:
. Marmon-Herrington Trucks (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/truck.html)
. Marmon-Herrington Armoured cars (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/armdcar.html)
Tracked vehicles:
. Marmon-Herrington Tractors (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/tractor.html)
. Marmon-Herrington Tanks (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/tank.html)
In service:
. Marmon-Herrington / Commonwealth Countries (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/common.html)
. Marmon-Herrington / Latin America (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/latin.html)
. Marmon-Herrington / Netherlands East Indies (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/nl.html)
. Marmon-Herrington / USA (http://marmon-herrington.webs.com/usa.html)

United States Marine Corps (http://2nd-world-war.webs.com/usmc/usmc.htm)


Planes And Pilots Of World War 2 (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/PlanesAndPilotsOfWW2.html)

Fighter Aces Of The 7th Fighter Squadron, Part One. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/7thFS.html)
B-10s to Stratojets by Chuck Baisden and C.C. Jordan. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Baisden.html)
Bent Wings - F4U Corsair Action & Accidents by Fred Blechman. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Bentwings.html)
Bob Hope Meets the Big Tail Bird by Joseph Connaughton (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/BobHope.html)
Curtiss Wright Failures, 1937 to 1945. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Curtiss.html)
John's Story by Lt. John Meade. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Escape.html)
The F4U-4: The Best Fighter/Bomber Of WWII? (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/F4U-4.html)
Fei Hu: The Script by Frank Christopher. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Fei-Hu.html)
Pushing the Envelope With Test Pilot Herb Fisher (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Fisher.html)
Remembering Gordon by Lt. Col. Thomas E. Baker (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Gordon.html)
Grumman's Cats: 1939 to 1945. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Grumman.html)
The Cradle of Aviation Series: The Grumman Story 1930-1945. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Grumman1.html)
A Real Good War by Sam Halpert. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Halpert.html)
Hawker's 'Storm' Fighters of WWII. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Hawker.html)
Farewell Robert Johnson by Fred Alexander. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Johnson.html)
Command by Tom Blackburn with Eric Hammel. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/jolly.htm)
P-38: Der Gabelschwanz Teufel by Carlo Kopp (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/P-38.html)
Whatever Happened To The P-38K? (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/P-38K.html)
The Lockheed P-38 Lightning in North Africa and the MTO. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/P-38MTO.html)
The Last P-40C by Tom Cleaver and Erik Shilling. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/P-40C.html)
Republic's Missing Link: The P-44. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/P-44.html)
Republic's High Speed P-47M. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/P-47M.html)
The P-38: Is Size And Shape A Disadvantage? (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Profiles.html)
Flying The Prototypes by Erik Shilling. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Prototypes.html)
Reggiane RE 2000 Falco (Hawk) by Max C.A. Cappone (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Reggiane.html)
A Flying Tiger's Story by Dick Rossi. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Rossi-AVG.html)
Tale Of A Tiger by Robert T. Smith. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/RTSmith1.html)
Reality.. Remembering Schweinfurt by Wally Hoffman. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Schweinfurt.html)
The Cradle of Aviation Series: Seversky & Republic. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Seversky-Republic.html)
Erik Shilling: Flying Tiger. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Shilling.html)
Terrorflieger By Verne Woods. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Terrorflieger.html)
U.S. Naval Air Operations, WWII. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/USNair.html)
The Amazing George Welch, Part 1. The Tiger of Pearl Harbor. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Welch1.html)
The Amazing George Welch, Part 2. First Through the Sonic Wall (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Welch2.html)
The Bell P-39 Airacobra, it's performance destroyed by the USAAF. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/XP-39.html)
Yakovlev Fighters of the Great Patriotic War. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/Yakovlev.html)
The Flying Tigers - American Volunteer Group - Chinese Airforce (http://flyingtigersavg.22web.org/index.htm)
Changing from "Donkeys" to "Mustangs" Chinese Aviation In The War With Japan, 1940-1945 by Anatolii Demin (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/ChineseAviationAgainstJapan.html)
VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal by William Conaway, Jr. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/panama/panama.htm)
Gustin's Military Aircraft Database. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Gustin/MilitaryAircraftDatabase.htm)
USAAF Combat Chronology 1941 - 1945 (http://planesandpilotsofww2.webs.com/USAAF-CombatChronology/title.htm)

Steel Chariots - A Resource Site for the Canadian Armour Enthusiast (http://warfare.likamva.in/Canada/CanadaSteelChariots.htm)


Planes And Pilots Of The Korean War (http://warfare.likamva.in/Korea/Korea.html)


MIRROR SITES:

Index
Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/index.html)
Admiralty Islands in 1942 " We were first ! " Unit History of Australian No.1 Independent Company (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/admiralty.html)
Armoured Vehicles in the Pacific War (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/armouredindex.html)
Special Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 Bibliography (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/bibliography.html)
BIOGRAPHIES The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/biographies.html)
Books & Bibliography (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/books.html)
The Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, December 1941 - March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/chronology.html)
The Pacific War 1941-1945: THE LINKS (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/links.html)
Massacres of POWs, Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/massacres.html)
The Pacific War - The Untold Stories 1941-1945 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/pacific.html)
The Submarine War (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/under_sea.html)
Uniforms (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/uniforms.html)
Veterans of the Dutch East Indies Campaign (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/veterans.html)
The War at Sea (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/war_sea.html)

Air Force
201st Mexican Fighter Squadron (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/201squadron.html)
US Patrol Wing 10 in the Dutch East Indies, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/patrol_wing10.html)
During a little-known raid, Japan's newest four-engine flying boat was put to a challenging test: a flight of more than 3,000 miles to attack Hawaii. (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/pearl_harbor_2.html)
Save your life! An account of NAP 1/C Shinsaku Yamakawa during the attack on USS oiler Pecos, Java Sea 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/pecos.html)
Royal Air Force Ranks (RAF) (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/RAF_ranks.html)
Who sank IJN destroyer Shinonome, December 1941? (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/shinonome.html)
The restless sky over Tarakan Island, January 13th 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/tarakan_air.html)

Armour
Alvis-Straussler Armoured Cars in the Netherlands East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/alvis_straussler.html)
The Use of Armoured Vehicles on Borneo, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/borneo_armour.html)
British Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/british_armour.html)
Vickers-Carden-Loyd Light Tanks in the Netherlands East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/carden_loyd.html)
Chinese Nationalist Armour in World War II (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/china_armour.html)
100th Indian Independent Light Tank Squadron, Malaya 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/indian_tank.html)
The Japanese Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/japarmunits.html)
Japanese Armoured Units on Java Island, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/java_armour.html)
Dutch (KNIL) Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/KNIL_armour.html)
Japanese Armoured Units on Timor Island, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/timor_armour.html)

Biography
Lieutenant-General Gerardus Johannes Berenschot (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/berenschot.html)
Brigadier Arthur Seaforth Blackburn (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/blackburn.html)
Air Force Major-General Lewis Hyde Brereton (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/brereton.html)
Air Force Lieutenant-General George H. Brett (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/brett.html)
Commodore John Augustine Collins (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/collins.html)
Group Captain Sir Lawrence Darvall (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/darvall.html)
Rear-Admiral Karel W.F.M. Doorman (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/doorman.html)
Rear-Admiral Ruitaro Fujita (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/fujita.html)
Rear-Admiral William A. Glassford, Jr. (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/glassford.html)
Rear-Admiral Kenzaburo Hara (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/hara.html)
Admiral Thomas Charles Hart (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/hart.html)
Rear-Admiral Shintaro Hashimoto (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/hashimoto.html)
Rear-Admiral Kouichiro Hatakeyama (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/hatakeyama.html)
Vice-Admiral Conrad Emil Lambert Helfrich (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/helfrich.html)
Captain Jacob P. van Helsdingen Hero of the Dutch East Indies, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/helsdingen.html)
Rear-Admiral Sueto Hirose (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/hirose.html)
Lieutenant-General Hitoshi Imamura (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/imamura.html)
Major-General Takeo Ito (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/ito.html)
Rear-Admiral Kakaji Kakuta (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kakuta.html)
Major-General Kiyotake Kawaguchi (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kawaguchi.html)
Rear-Admiral Pieter Koenraad (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/koenraad.html)
Vice-Admiral Nobutake Kondo (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kondo.html)
Rear-Admiral Kyuji Kubo (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kubo.html)
Rear-Admiral Takeo Kurita (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kurita.html)
Air Vice-Marshal Sir Paul (Copeland) Maltby (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/maltby.html)
Lieutenant-General Masao Maruyama (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/maruyama.html)
Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/nagumo.html)
Rear-Admiral Shoji Nishimura (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/nishimura.html)
Major-General Roelof T. Overakker (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/overakker.html)
Vice-Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/ozawa.html)
Rear-Admiral Sir Arthur Francis Eric Palliser (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/palliser.html)
Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Edmund Charles Peirse (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/peirse.html)
Lieutenant-General Arthur Ernest Percival (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/percival.html)
Major-General Jacob J. Pesman (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/pesman.html)
Major-General Ian Stanley Ord Playfair (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/playfair.html)
Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Royds Pownall (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/pownall.html)
Major-General Shizuo Sakaguchi (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/sakaguchi.html)
Major-General Wijbrandus Schilling (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/schilling.html)
Colonel Toshishige Shoji (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/shoji.html)
Major-General Sir Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/sitwell.html)
Rear-Admiral Gerhard Wilhelm Stöve (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/stove.html)
Rear-Admiral Takeo Takagi (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/takagi.html)
Vice-Admiral Ibo Takahashi (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/takahashi.html)
Rear-Admiral Raizo Tanaka (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/tanaka.html)
Lieutenant-General Hein Ter Poorten (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/terpoorten.html)
Report on a Grimness (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/TIME-12Jan1942-ReportOnAGrimness.html)
Major-General Yuitsu Tsuchihashi (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/tsuchihashi.html)
Vice-Admiral Nishio Tsukahara (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/tsukahara.html)
Air Force Lieutenant-General Ludolph H. van Oyen (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/vanoyen.html)
Rear-Admiral Johan Jasper Abraham van Staveren (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/vanstaveren.html)
General Sir Archibald Percival Wavell (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/wavell.html)
Captain Leonard Walter Thomas Williams (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/williams.html)

Land Combats
The Japanese Invasion of Ambon Island, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/ambon.html)
The capture of Andaman Islands, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/andaman.html)
The capture of Bali Island, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/bali.html)
The capture of Balikpapan, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/balikpapan.html)
The Banda Sea Operations 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/banda_sea.html)
The capture of Bandjermasin (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/bandjermasin.html)
The conquest of Borneo Island, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/borneo.html)
Buka Island, No. 3 Section, ’A’ Platoon, First Independent Company, AIF (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/buka.html)
The Mystery of Christmas Island, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/christmas.html)
The Dutch Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/dutch_subs.html)
"Diggers" on East Timor ! The East Timor Island, March 1942 to December 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/east_timor.html)
The Japanese Invasion of Sumatra Island (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/fall_sumatra.html)
Pacific War 1941-1945 Guidelines (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/guidelines.html)
The Japanese paratroopers in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/japan_paratroop.html)
The conquest of Java Island, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/java.html)
Photo Gallery - The Fall of Java Island, March 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/java_gallery.html)
The Fall of Kendari, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kendari.html)
"Seventy minutes before Pearl Harbor" The landing at Kota Bharu, Malaya, on December 7th 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kota_bharu.html)
The Lesser Sunda Islands 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/lesser_sunda.html)
The capture of Makassar, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/makassar.html)
The capture of Manokwari, April 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/manokwari.html)
Manus Island, experience of No. 4 Section, 'B' Platoon, First Independent Company, Australian Imperial Force (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/manus.html)
The Fall of Menado, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/menado.html)
The last Dutch fortress in the East Indies - Merauke, Dutch New Guinea, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/merauke.html)
The Fall of Dutch New Guinea, April 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/new_guinea.html)
An Abandoned Army - The KNIL and The Japanese Invasion of Northern Dutch Sumatra (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/north_sumatra.html)
The Battle for Palembang, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/palembang.html)
The capture of Rabaul and Kavieng, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/rabkav.html)
The capture of Riouw Archipelago (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/riouw.html)
The Japanese occupation of Sandakan, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/sandakan.html)
The Invasion of British Borneo in 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/sarawak.html)
The Italian Armed Forces in China, 1937-1943 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/shanghai.html)
The capture of Tarakan Island, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/tarakan.html)
The Japanese Invasion of Dutch West Timor Island, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/timor_dutch.html)
The fighting on Portuguese East Timor, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/timor_port.html)

General
Books Sale (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/bookstore.html)
Credits (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/credits.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 1 December 1941 - 6 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/december1.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 7 December 1941 - 11 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/december2.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 12 December 1941 - 18 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/december3.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 19 December 1941 - 24 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/december4.html)
Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 25 December 1941 - 31 December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/december5.html)
Cocos Islands during World War II (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/cocos.html)
Japan's need for oil and the Embargo (1940-1941) (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/DEI_oil.html)
Index of Indonesian-Dutch Geographic Names (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/geo_names.html)
Medical Patrol on Manus Island, 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/medical.html)
Portugal in War (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/portugal.html)
Quiz (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/quiz.html)
Weapons and Equipment during the Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/weapons.html)
Japanese Propaganda Postcards Of WW2 (http://2nd-world-war.webs.com/JapanesePropagandaPostcards/JapanesePropagandaPostcardsOfWW2.html)

Naval
Allied Merchant Ship Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/allied_losses.html)
"The Lost Oppurtunity !" The Badung Strait Battle, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/BadungStrait.html)
"The Night Hawks of Balikpapan" The Balikpapan Raid, January 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/BalikpapanRaid.html)
British and Australian Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/british_losses.html)
Dutch Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (December 7th, 1941 - March 8th, 1942) (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/dutch_losses.html)
The USS Houston's Corner (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/houston.html)
Italian submarines and surface vessels in the Far East: 1940-45 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/ItaliansFarEast.html)
Imperial Japanese Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-194 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/jap_subs.html)
The Japanese Shipping Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia (December 7th, 1941 - March 9th, 1942) (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/japan_losses.html)
The Java Sea Battle (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/java_sea.html)
Dutch Maritime Disasters in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/loss.html)
Naval Ranks (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/navy_ranks.html)
The Ondina Story (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/ondina.html)
The story of Dutch sloop Soemba (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/sloop.html)
" It seems almost impossible ! " Soviet Submarines sail across the Seven Seas (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/soviets.html)
The Japanese Submarine War, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/submarinewar.html)
The Sunda Strait Battle (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/SundaStrait.html)
Home Is The Sailor (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/TIME-9Mar1942-HomeIsTheSailor.html)
The U-Boat War in the Indian Ocean (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/u-boatindia.html)
The USN and Royal Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/us_uksubs.html)
The United States Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/USN_losses.html)

Uniforms
Australian Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/Australian_Uniforms.html)
The British Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/British_Uniforms.html)
Dutch Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/Dutch_Uniforms.html)
Japanese Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/Japanese_Uniforms.html)
KNIL Uniforms 1918-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/KNIL_uniforms.html)
Militaire Luchtvardienst (ML-KNIL) - The uniforms of 1918-1928 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/MLKNIL_uniforms.html)
United States Uniforms, 1941-1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/US_Uniforms.html)

Units & Orders of Battle
Never Unprepared - A History of the 26th Australian Infantry Battalion (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/26thAMF.html)
Dutch Air Force Order of Battle in the Dutch East Indies, 30 November 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/Dutch_OOB.html)
Australian First Independent Company, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/indpcom.html)
The Gunners: A History of Australian Artillery (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/TheGunners13.html)
Japanese garrisons on the by-passed Pacific Islands 1944-1945 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/japan_garrison.html)
Order of battle for Dutch, British, Australian, USA and Japanese Army (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/oob.html)
Japanese Special Naval Landing Forces (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/SNLF.html)
Structure of an Australian Independent Company, 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/structure.html)
Order of Battle of the Asiatic Fleet and the 16th Naval District (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/USN_OOB.html)

POWs, Internees, Massacres, Survivors & Brutality
The Balikpapan Massacre, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/balikpapan_massacre.html)
The Bangka Island Massacre, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/bangka_massacre.html)
Why was the war in the Pacific so brutal? (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/brutal_war.html)
Execution of Allied Air Force Officer by the Japanese, New Guinea (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/execution.html)
The death of Private Kauffman, USMC Sumay Barracks, Guam Island, December 10th, 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kauffman.html)
The Carnage at Laha, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/laha_massacre.html)
Look back at us in mercy (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/pows.html)
Why have the Japanese defeated us ? (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/why_won.html)

Veteran's Stories
Interview with Ronald Ashton (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/ashton.html)
Interview with Felix Bakker (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/bakker.html)
Interview with Arie Biemond (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/biemond.html)
Interview with Christopher Briggs (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/briggs.html)
The story of Captain G.F. Stephan, Tarakan Island Island 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/cpt_stephan.html)
The Story of De Ruyter survivors, the flagship of Admiral Doorman, February 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/deruyter_survivor.html)
The story of Cornelis de Wolf, sole survivor of O-16, December 1941 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/dewolf.html)
Interview with John Rodney Guidry (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/guidry.html)
Interview with Alfred Hansen (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/hansen.html)
Interview with Adriaan Kannegieter (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kannegieter.html)
Interview with Raymond Kester (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/kester.html)
Interview with Cyril J. Morris (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/morris.html)
The story of Jack Sercombe, Ambon Island 1942 (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/sercombe.html)
Interview with Franciscus Johannes Zantvoort (http://dutcheastindies.iblogger.org/zantvoort.html)


The French Navy In July 1939 (http://diegosuarez.22web.org/MnHmUK.htm)
The Drama of Diego Suarez (http://diegosuarez.22web.org/Hdiego.htm) (in French)


[b]Marmon-Herrington Military Vehicles (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/index.html)
All-Wheel Drive Conversion kits:
Marmon-Herrington Trucks (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/truck.html)
Marmon-Herrington Armoured cars (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/armdcar.html)
Tracked vehicles:
Marmon-Herrington Tractors (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/tractor.html)
Marmon-Herrington Tanks (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/tank.html)
In service:
Marmon-Herrington / Commonwealth Countries (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/common.html)
Marmon-Herrington / Latin America (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/latin.html)
Marmon-Herrington / Netherlands East Indies (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/nl.html)
Marmon-Herrington / USA (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/usa.html)

Planes And Pilots Of World War 2 (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/PlanesAndPilotsOfWW2.html)
Fighter Aces Of The 7th Fighter Squadron, Part One. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/7thFS.html)
B-10s to Stratojets by Chuck Baisden and C.C. Jordan. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Baisden.html)
Bent Wings - F4U Corsair Action & Accidents by Fred Blechman. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Bentwings.html)
Bob Hope Meets the Big Tail Bird by Joseph Connaughton (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/BobHope.html)
Curtiss Wright Failures, 1937 to 1945. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Curtiss.html)
John's Story by Lt. John Meade. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Escape.html)
The F4U-4: The Best Fighter/Bomber Of WWII? (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/F4U-4.html)
Fei Hu: The Script by Frank Christopher. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Fei-Hu.html)
Pushing the Envelope With Test Pilot Herb Fisher (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Fisher.html)
Remembering Gordon by Lt. Col. Thomas E. Baker (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Gordon.html)
Grumman's Cats: 1939 to 1945. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Grumman.html)
The Cradle of Aviation Series: The Grumman Story 1930-1945. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Grumman1.html)
A Real Good War by Sam Halpert. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Halpert.html)
Hawker's 'Storm' Fighters of WWII. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Hawker.html)
Farewell Robert Johnson by Fred Alexander. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Johnson.html)
Command by Tom Blackburn with Eric Hammel. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/jolly.htm)
P-38: Der Gabelschwanz Teufel by Carlo Kopp (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/P-38.html)
Whatever Happened To The P-38K? (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/P-38K.html)
The Lockheed P-38 Lightning in North Africa and the MTO. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/P-38MTO.html)
The Last P-40C by Tom Cleaver and Erik Shilling. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/P-40C.html)
Republic's Missing Link: The P-44. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/P-44.html)
Republic's High Speed P-47M. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/P-47M.html)
The P-38: Is Size And Shape A Disadvantage? (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Profiles.html)
Flying The Prototypes by Erik Shilling. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Prototypes.html)
Reggiane RE 2000 Falco (Hawk) by Max C.A. Cappone (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Reggiane.html)
A Flying Tiger's Story by Dick Rossi. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Rossi-AVG.html)
Tale Of A Tiger by Robert T. Smith. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/RTSmith1.html)
Reality.. Remembering Schweinfurt by Wally Hoffman. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Schweinfurt.html)
The Cradle of Aviation Series: Seversky & Republic. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Seversky-Republic.html)
Erik Shilling: Flying Tiger. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Shilling.html)
Terrorflieger By Verne Woods. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Terrorflieger.html)
U.S. Naval Air Operations, WWII. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/USNair.html)
The Amazing George Welch, Part 1. The Tiger of Pearl Harbor. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Welch1.html)
The Amazing George Welch, Part 2. First Through the Sonic Wall (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Welch2.html)
The Bell P-39 Airacobra, it's performance destroyed by the USAAF. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/XP-39.html)
Yakovlev Fighters of the Great Patriotic War. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/Yakovlev.html)
Changing from "Donkeys" to "Mustangs" Chinese Aviation In The War With Japan, 1940-1945 by Anatolii Demin (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/ChineseAviationAgainstJapan.html)
VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal by William Conaway, Jr. (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/panama/panama.htm)
USAAF Combat Chronology 1941 - 1945 (http://planesandpilotsofww2.totalh.net/USAAF-CombatChronology/title.htm)


Steel Chariots - A Resource Site for the Canadian Armour Enthusiast (http://steel-chariots.22web.org/CanadaSteelChariots.htm)


Planes And Pilots Of The Korean War (http://airwaroverkorea.totalh.net/Korea.html)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/index)

druzhina
10-16-2012, 04:53
Pictures of Swiss Soldiers by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Swiss_by_Urs_Graf.htm)
including larger pictures of:
Standard Bearer by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Standard_Bearer.htm)
Richtstätte by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Richtstatte.htm)
The Bearer of the Banner of the Canton Glarus by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/The_Bearer_of_the_Banner_of_the_Canton_Glarus.htm)
The Standard Bearer of Unterwalden by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Standard_Bearer_of_Unterwalden.htm)
Consiglio di guerra by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Consiglio_di_guerra.htm)
Werbung by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Werbung.htm)
Battlefield by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Schrecken_des_Kriegs 1521.htm)
Four Fifers by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Four_Fifers.htm)
Mercenary love by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Young_Woman_with_an_Old_Man_and_a_Youth.htm)
Man with a sundial by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Man_with_a_sundial.htm)
Standard Bearer by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Standard_Bearer_1514.htm)
Swiss Mercenary by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Reislaeufer-1523.htm)
Landsknecht and Devil by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Devil_captures_a_soldier.htm)
Returning Landsknecht by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Returning_Landsknecht.htm)
Landsknecht by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Landsknecht_1513.htm)
Waffenrock by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Waffenrock.htm)
War wife with two children by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Kriegfrauzweikinder.htm)
Pikeman of 1514 by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/UrsGraf003-1514.htm)
Swiss Mercenary and prostitute by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Schweizer_Reislaufer_und_Dirne.htm)
Ensign with Boy at Wayside Cross by Urs Graf (http://warfare2.netai.net/Swiss/Fahnrich_mit_Bube_am_Wegekreuz.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=9021&d=1366086461

or MIRROR site:
Pictures of Swiss Soldiers by Urs Graf (http://warfare.likamva.in/Swiss/Swiss_by_Urs_Graf.htm)

Druzhina
16th Century Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/16C.htm)

druzhina
10-18-2012, 09:32
Paintings by Jean-Baptiste Vanmour made 1699-1737 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-painting.htm)
7451

Prints after Jean-Baptiste Vanmour in Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations du Levant, 1714 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour.htm)
or in categories:
. Illustrations of Ottoman Court Officials by Vanmour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-court.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Government or Religious Officials by Vanmour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-government-religious.htm)
. Illustrations of the Ottoman Military by Vanmour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-military.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Civilians by Vanmour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-civilian.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Balkan Inhabitants by Vanmour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-balkan.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Asian & North African Inhabitants by Vanmour (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-asian-african.htm)

7452


MIRROR SITE:

Paintings by Jean-Baptiste Vanmour made 1699-1737 (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-painting.htm)
or in categories:
. Illustrations of Ottoman Court Officials by Vanmour (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-court.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Government or Religious Officials by Vanmour (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-government-religious.htm)
. Illustrations of the Ottoman Military by Vanmour (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-military.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Civilians by Vanmour (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-civilian.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Balkan Inhabitants by Vanmour (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-balkan.htm)
. Illustrations of Ottoman Asian & North African Inhabitants by Vanmour (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-asian-african.htm)

Prints after Jean-Baptiste Vanmour in Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations du Levant, 1714 (http://warfare.fik4.com/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour.htm)


Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/index.htm)

druzhina
11-05-2012, 01:10
Here is a longer list of illustrations from Las Cantigas de Santa Maria (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-list.htm) on all subjects (not just military):

Cantiga 2: Hildefonsus of Toledo (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-002.htm)
Cantiga 5: The Chaste Empress (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-005.htm)
Cantiga 7: The Pregnant Abbess (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-007.htm)
Cantiga 9: The Icon of Sardonay (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-009.htm)
Cantiga 12: The Image of Christ Reviled by the Jews of Toledo (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-012.htm)
Cantiga 18: The Silkworms that Wove Veils (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-018.htm)
Cantiga 19: The Three Knights (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-019.htm)
Cantiga 22: The Wounded Farmer (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-022.htm)
Cantiga 27: The Image that Appeared in a Synagogue (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-027.htm)
Cantiga 28: The Siege of Constantinople (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-028.htm)
Cantiga 33: The Pilgrim Saved from Shipwreck (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-033.htm)
Cantiga 34: The Desecrated Image of the Virgin (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-034.htm)
Cantiga 35: The Clerics Saved from Pirates (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-035.htm)
Cantiga 35: The Clerics Saved from Pirates (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-035b.htm)
Cantiga 39: The Fire at Mont Saint-Michel (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-039.htm)
Cantiga 43: The Boy Revived at Salas (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-043.htm)
Cantiga 44: The Knight whose Goshawk was Returned by Santa Maria de Salas (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-044.htm)
Cantiga 45: The Wicked Knight who Built a Monastery (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-045.htm)
Cantiga 46: The Moor who Venerated an Image of the Virgin Mary (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-046.htm)
Cantiga 47: The Devil who Appeared in the Shape of Three Beasts (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-047.htm)
Cantiga 51: The Statue that Intercepted an Arrow (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-051.htm)
Cantiga 52: The Mountain Goats that Gave Milk to the Monks of Montserrat (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-052.htm)
Cantiga 59: The Nun who was Slapped by a Crucifix (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-059.htm)
Cantiga 63: The Knight who Missed the Battle (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-063.htm)
Cantiga 64: The Woman who could not Remove her Slipper (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-064.htm)
Cantiga 65: The Excommunicate who Won Absolution (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-065.htm)
Cantiga 66: The Bishop who was Given a Vestment (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-066.htm)
Cantiga 67: The Man who had the Devil as his Servant (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-067.htm)
Cantiga 73: The Stained Chasuble (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-073.htm)
Cantiga 76: The Image of the Christ Child that was Held for Ransom (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-076.htm)
Cantiga 82: The Demon Swine (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-082.htm)
Cantiga 83: The Prisoner who was Freed from the Moors (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-083.htm)
Cantiga 87: Geronimo is Made Bishop of Pavia (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-087.htm)
Cantiga 89: The Jewish Woman who was Helped in Childbirth (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-089.htm)
Cantiga 91: The Healing of People Suffering from St Martial’s Fire (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-091.htm)
Cantiga 95: The Hermit who was Captured by the Moors (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-095a.htm)
Cantiga 95: The Hermit who was Captured by the Moors (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-095b.htm)
Cantiga 99: The Moors who Tried to Destroy an Image of the Virgin (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-099.htm)
Cantiga 100: Cantiga de loor (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-100.htm)
Cantiga 104: The Bleeding Host (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-104.htm)
Cantiga 106: The Squires who were Freed from Captivity (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-106.htm)
Cantiga 107: The Jewish Woman who was Thrown from a Cliff (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-107.htm)
Cantiga 108: Merlin and the Jew (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-108.htm)
Cantiga 110: Cantiga de loor (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-110.htm)
Cantiga 113: The Falling Rock of Montserrat (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-113.htm)
Cantiga 119: The Judge who was Carried Away by Devils (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-119.htm)
Cantiga 120: Cantiga de loor (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-120.htm)
Cantiga 121: The Knight who Made Garlands for the Virgin’s Image (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-121.htm)
Cantiga 126: The Soldier who was Struck in the Face by an Arrow (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-126.htm)
Cantiga 129: The Soldier who was Struck in the Eye by an Arrow (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-129.htm)
Cantiga 136: The Gambling Woman who Threw a Stone at a Statue of the Virgin (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-136.htm)
Cantiga 139: The Boy who Offered Bread to an Image of the Christ Child (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-139.htm)
Cantiga 142: The Huntsman who was Rescued from Drowning (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-142.htm)
Cantiga 148: The Knight who was Protected by a Linen Shift (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-148.htm)
Cantiga 149: The German Priest who Doubted the Sacrament (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-149.htm)
Cantiga 157: The Pilgrims to Rocamadour whose Meal was Stolen (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-157.htm)
Cantiga 160: Cantiga de loor (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-160-2.htm)
Cantiga 162: The Statue that Moved to the High Altar (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-162.htm)
Cantiga 165: The Celestial Knights who Protected the City of Tartus (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-165.htm)
Cantiga 166: The Lame Man Healed at Salas (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-166.htm)
Cantiga 167: The Muslim Child who was Revived at Salas (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-167.htm)
Cantiga 169: The Church at Arreixaca is Protected by the Virgin (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-169.htm)
Cantiga 170: Cantiga de loor (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-170.htm)
Cantiga 171: The Drowned Boy (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-171.htm)
Cantiga 172: The Pilgrims Bound for Acre who Survived a Storm (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-172.htm)
Cantiga 178: The Mule that was Revived (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-178.htm)
Cantiga 181: The Banner of the Virgin Defeats the Moors at Marrakesh (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-181.htm)
Cantiga 183: The Moors of Faro who Threw a Statue of the Virgin into the Sea (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-183.htm)
Cantiga 185: The Woman whose Mother-in-law Plotted her Death (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-185.htm)
Cantiga 187: The Statue that Defended a Castle (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-187a.htm)
Cantiga 187: The Statue that Defended a Castle (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-187b.htm)
Cantiga 188: The Image that was Found in a Young Girl’s Heart (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-188.htm)
Cantiga 191: The Woman who Fell from a Cliff (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-191.htm)
Cantiga 192: The Muslim Servant (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-192.htm)
Cantiga 205: The Muslim Woman who Survived a Siege (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-205.htm)
Cantiga 207: The Statue that Thanked a Merciful Knight (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-207.htm)
Cantiga 235: The Virgin’s Favours to King Alfonso (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-235.htm)
Cantiga 245: The Hostage who was Released (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-245.htm)
Cantiga 256: Queen Beatriz is Healed (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-256.htm)
Cantiga 271: The Ship that was Stuck Fast in the River (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-271.htm)
Cantiga 273: The Miraculous Thread (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-273.htm)
Cantiga 275: The Rabid Knights Hospitaller (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-275.htm)
Cantiga 282: The Child who Fell from a Rooftop (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-282.htm)
Cantiga 292: Master Jorge and the King’s Ring (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-292.htm)
Cantiga 294: The Gambling Woman who Threw a Stone at a Statue of the Christ Child (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-294.htm)
Cantiga 299: The Ivory Pendant (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-299.htm)
Cantiga 408: The Squire who was Pierced by an Arrow (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria-408.htm)

Druzhina
13th Century Illustrations of Costume Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/13C.htm)

druzhina
11-06-2012, 07:10
Knights of St. John & Ottomans of the 1480 siege of Rhodes in William Caoursin's Obsidionis Rhodiae Urbis Descriptio (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD.htm), Ulm 1496 edition.
7689

Folio 01v. Caoursin presenting his work to Grandmaster d'Aubusson. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-01v-large.htm)
Folio 03v. The Ottoman fleet arriving by sea. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-03v-large.htm)
Folio 05r. Moles and broken Tower of Saint Nicholas: and the combat on sea and land. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-05r-large.htm)
Folio 06v. Tower of St. Nicholas, and the Church of St. Anthony. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-06v-large.htm)
Folio 08r. The Siege of Rhodes. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-08r-large.htm)
Folio 09v. Seorius being hanged. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-09v-large.htm)
Folio 10v. Turkish spokesman and Niles Therosolimitanus talking together. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-10v-large.htm)
Folio 12v. Combat of turks with soldiers and citizens of Rhodes. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-12v-large.htm)
Folio 13v. A Christian ship is attacked by twenty turkish galleys. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-13v-large.htm)
Folio 14v. The Turkish Fleet departs. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-14v-large.htm)
Folio 16v. City of Rhodes demolished: Earthquake. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-16v-large.htm)
Folio 17v. Death of the Grand Turk. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-17v-large.htm)
Folio 20v. Zyzymus with several Turks riding. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-20v-large.htm)
Folio 21v. Brothers Bayezid and Zyzymus with several turks, fighting [each other] turkish fashion. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-21v-large.htm)
Folio 23r. Zyzymus fleeing on horse with some Turks. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-23r-large.htm)
Folio 24r. Zyzymus addressing the Sultan, ruler of Babylonia and Egypt. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-24r-large.htm)
Folio 25v. Zyzymus riding with several Turks. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-25v-large.htm)
Folio 26v. Zyzymus, with Lamech, kneels before the false prophet Mohammed. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-26v-large.htm)
Folio 27v. Zyzymus and the Cilician Emir, on foot, conversing. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-27v-large.htm)
Folio 29v. The Master with Baiuliuis the prioribus: speakers to their front clothed turkish fashion. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-29v-large.htm)
Folio 30v. Order of Rhodes ship bringing Zyzymus to the Master. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-30v-large.htm)
Folio 31v. Zyzymus and the captain of the Rhodian fleet conversing. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-31v-large.htm)
Folio 33r. The Master with Baiuliuis the soldier, who receives turkish ally Zyzymus, converse about this. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-33r-large.htm)
Folio 35r. The Master and Zyzymus sitting at the table together. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-35r-large.htm)
Folio 36v. Turkish Sultan: Rhodes wanted peace. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-36v-large.htm)
Folio 39r. Rhodian ambassadors sitting before three turkish pashas. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-39r-large.htm)
Folio 40v. Rhodian ambassadors talking with the turkish Sultan. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-40v-large.htm)
Folio 41v. Turkish ambassador speaking to the master. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-41v-large.htm)
Folio 43v. Sultan Zyzymus is sent to the ruler of Salletzium(?). (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-43v-large.htm)
Folio 47v. An angel warns the Turk that the right hand of John the Baptist is a gift to the master. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-47v-large.htm)
Folio 51r. Turkish spokesman presenting the hand of St. John the Baptist. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-51r-large.htm)
Folio 53v. Prior church in Rhodes, in procession carrying the sacred hand. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-53v-large.htm)
Folio 55r. Rhodian spokesman hands the letter to the Turk. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-55r-large.htm)
Folio 56v. Speech of the Rhodian vice-chancellor to the Supreme Pontiff (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-56v-large.htm)
Folio 58v. Zyzymus presented by prior Aruernix to the Supreme Pontiff (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-58v-large.htm)
Folio 60r. William Caoursin, Rhodian vice-chancellor, writing his history (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Caoursin-ORUD-60r-large.htm)

MIRROR SITE
Knights of St. John & Ottomans of the 1480 siege of Rhodes in William Caoursin's Obsidionis Rhodiae Urbis Descriptio (http://warfare.fik4.com/15/Caoursin-ORUD.htm), Ulm 1496 edition.

Druzhina
15th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15C.htm)

druzhina
11-15-2012, 02:10
Soldiers & hunters in The Rochester Bestiary c.1230 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-1230AD.htm)
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A mounted man with horn and pitchfork hunting lion with hounds. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f03v-Hunting_Lions.htm)
An armed man spearing an antelope caught in branches. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f09v-Antelope.htm)
A knight spearing a unicorn, who lies with its head in the lap of a virgin. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f10v-Unicorn.htm)
Knights in a castle atop an elephant repelling mounted assailants. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f11v-Elephant.htm)
A beaver biting off his testicles and a hunter with dogs. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f14r-Beaver.htm)
An armoured archer hunting a Bonnacon. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f16r-Armoured_Hunter.htm)
A hunter and dogs pursuing a monkey and its young. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f17r-Monkey.htm)
A hunter and dogs pursuing goats. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f20r-Goats.htm)
Peasent and Mastiffs guarding sheep. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f29v-Mastiffs.htm)
The legend of the king Garamantes who was rescued by his dogs. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f30v-King_Garamantes_And_His_Dogs.htm)
An archer shooting at a bull. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f36v-Bull.htm)
A man riding a camel. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f38v-Camel.htm)
Two men with asses. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f39r-Asses.htm)
Two knights fighting on foot with swords, while their horses are fighting each other on hind legs. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13//Rochester_Bestiary-f42v-Horses.htm)

MIRROR SITE
Soldiers & hunters in The Rochester Bestiary c.1230 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Rochester_Bestiary-1230AD.htm)

Druzhina
13th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/13C.htm)

druzhina
11-18-2012, 02:17
15th Century Burgundian Soldiers in Le Roman d'Alexandre (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre.htm)
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Sanson of Ailly delivers his message to Nicolas King of Armenia (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f16v.htm)
The death of Nicolas of Armenia (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f19v.htm)
The presents of Darius to Alexander (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f21v.htm)
Siege of Tyre (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f30r.htm)
Battle of the Macedonians against the inhabitants of Gaza (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f33v.htm)
Betis & his army leave Gaza (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f38v.htm)
The reconcilliation between Cassamus of the Laris & Eumenes of Kardia (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f40v.htm)
Alexander at the Temple of Mars, near Ephesus (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f41v.htm)
Fighting before Ephesus (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f44r.htm)
The Macedonians are volunteers to the pits of Ephesus - Gadifer of Lari (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f82r.htm)
Prisoners Porus, Cassiel the Baudrain and Marcian are by Alexander (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f88r.htm)
The death of Philip of Macedonia - Alexander comes to the rescue of Olympias (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f92r.htm)
The army of Pausanias emerging from Aigai - Alexander avenges the death of his father (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f94v.htm)
The oracle of Apollo (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f96v.htm)
Alexander receives the messengers of Darius (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f100v.htm)
The god Ammon comes to visit Alexander in a dream (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f104r.htm)
The Battle of Granicus, the first battle between the Macedonians and Persians (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f108r.htm)
The Bath of Alexander - Alexander's disease - The execution of Parmenio (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f111v.htm)
The Battle of Issus, the second battle between the Macedonians and Persians (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f113r.htm)
The assassination of Darius (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre-f120r.htm)

MIRROR SITE
15th Century Burgundian Soldiers in Le Roman d'Alexandre (http://warfare.likamva.in/15/Le_Roman_dAlexandre.htm)

Druzhina
15th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/15C.htm)

{V.O.D}_Quetzalcoatl
11-18-2012, 03:12
Great job, druzhina! Keep it up!

komnenos
11-20-2012, 13:40
Please introduce a website which has history novels(PDF) about Byzantine Empire in late-middle ages for downloading.

druzhina
11-21-2012, 07:13
Please introduce a website which has history novels(PDF) about Byzantine Empire in late-middle ages for downloading.
komnenos,

Do you want fiction or non-fiction? (Fiction should go in a different thread).

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/index.htm)

komnenos
11-21-2012, 18:08
exactly non-fiction.

druzhina
11-22-2012, 02:21
European, Islamic & Byzantine Arms and Armour in the Carved Column Capitals in the Cloister of Monreale Cathedral near Palermo in Sicily, 1174 to 1182 AD (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals.htm)
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Links to photos to accompany a pdf article by David Nicolle.
Knights fighting Infidels (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig13-14-25-26.htm)
European Infantry (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig2.htm)
European with knife (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig3.htm)
Negroid warriors with mace (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig19.htm)
Sleeping Soldiers at the Sepulchre (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig20.htm)
Infantry with Round-Ended Sword (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig28.htm)
Archer with Composite Recurve Bow (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Fig35.htm)
Killing a Serpent (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Killing_a_Serpent.htm)
Swordsmen (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Monreale_Capitals-Swordsmen.htm)

Let me know about any other relevant photos you know of.

MIRROR SITE:
European, Islamic & Byzantine Arms and Armour in the Carved Column Capitals in the Cloister of Monreale Cathedral near Palermo in Sicily, 1174 to 1182 AD (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Monreale_Capitals.htm)

Druzhina
12th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/12C.htm)

druzhina
11-22-2012, 02:54
exactly non-fiction.

PDFs about things Byzantine (https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&as_q=byzantine&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=Database+Fault+Tolerance+Proactive+Recovery+ Network+Coding&as_nlo=&as_nhi=&lr=&cr=&as_qdr=all&as_sitesearch=&as_occt=any&safe=active&tbs=&as_filetype=pdf&as_rights=#hl=en&lr=&safe=active&tbo=d&as_qdr=all&q=byzantine+-Database+-Fault+-Tolerance+-Proactive+-Recovery+-Network+-Coding+filetype:pdf&oq=byzantine+-Database+-Fault+-Tolerance+-Proactive+-Recovery+-Network+-Coding+filetype:pdf&gs_l=serp.12...0.0.0.6812.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0..0.0.les %3B..0.0...1c.5bsGFbgwBww&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=2081957cc878ca1a&bpcl=38897761&biw=1024&bih=604).
Let me know which are for the period you are interested in.

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare.uphero.com/alSufi/index.htm)

HopAlongBunny
11-22-2012, 13:34
Can't seem to get any links to work in Las Cantigas de Santa Maria - 13th Century Spain thread.

druzhina
11-23-2012, 04:16
Can't seem to get any links to work in Las Cantigas de Santa Maria - 13th Century Spain thread.

Try this site: Cantigas de Santa Maria (http://warfare.totalh.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria.htm)

Druzhina

komnenos
11-30-2012, 17:13
I want to read Alexiad online. Could you introduce some resources.

druzhina
12-01-2012, 02:43
I want to read Alexiad online. Could you introduce some resources.

The Alexiad in English (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/basis/AnnaComnena-Alexiad.asp)

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

komnenos
12-03-2012, 20:46
Thank you druzhina. I didn't expect that.~;)

druzhina
12-04-2012, 05:26
Skylitzes Chronicle, Made in Byzantine Italy in the 11-12th Centuries (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-Chronicle.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8103&d=1354598463

Including large images of:
Leo V proclaimed as co-emperor. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f10v-large.htm)
Siege of Constantinople - upper (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f32v-lower-large.htm)
Siege of Constantinople -lower (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f32v-upper-large.htm)
Theophilus making a proclamation. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f42v-large.htm)
Theophilus outside the church of Blachernae. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f43v-large.htm)
A battle between Byzantines and Arabs. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f54v-large.htm)
Byzantines defeated by Arabs (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f99-large.htm)
Emperor Basil arrests General Leon (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f100-large.htm)
Bulgar ambassador received by King Phatlum. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f148-large.htm)
The blinding of Prousianos. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f199-large.htm)
Arab camp near Edressa. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f212v-upper-large.htm)
Arab plot against the Byzantines. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f212v-lower-large.htm)
Maniakes is Denounced. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f213v-upper-large.htm)
Maniakes in chains. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f213v-lower-large.htm)
Muslims besieging Messina. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f214-large.htm)
Bulgars besieging Thessaloniki. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f217-lower-large.htm)
Siege of Thessaloniki by the Bulgars (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f217-upper-large.htm)
Bulgar leader receiving Deleanos. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f217v-lower-large.htm)
Defeat of the Bulgars. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f217v-upper-large.htm)
Uprising of Constantinople. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f220v-large.htm)
A Byzantine Dromond. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f222-large.htm)
Zoe and Constantine cross the Bosphorous. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f222v-lower-large.htm)
Marriage of Constantine IX Monomachus and Zoe. (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-f222v-upper-large.htm)
Battle between Byzantines and Seljuks. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/12/Scylitzes-f234v-large.htm)

MIRROR SITE
Skylitzes Chronicle, Made in Byzantine Italy in the 11-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Scylitzes-Chronicle.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
12-16-2012, 11:03
Fatimids, 10th-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid.htm)
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Fatimids, 10th-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid.htm)
Fatimid Soldiers and Hunters (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-military.htm)
Fatimid Musicians, Dancers & Revelers (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-civilian.htm)
Fatimid-Zirid Bas-relief of Musician and Drinker (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-Zirid_Bas-relief.htm)
Musician on a Bowl, Fatimid Egypt, 10th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bargello_Bowl.htm)
Fatimid Lustre Painted Dish with Musician, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Lustre_painted_dish.htm)
Bathhouse Fresco of a Man with Goblet, 11th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bathhouse_fresco.htm)
Fatimid wooden plank with carved dancer, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_plank_with_dancer.htm)
Fatimid wooden plank with musicians and revelers, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_plank-1.htm)
Fatimid wooden plank with musicians and dancers, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_plank-2.htm)
Coptic Priest on a Plate, 1050-1100 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Coptic_Priest_on_plate.htm)
Fatimid Lustre Bowl Depicting a Lute Player, 11th-12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bowl_with_Lute_Player.htm)
Figure with Goblet on Fatimid Bowl, 11th-12th century. (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_bowl-man_with_cups-Fostat-11-12C.htm)
Fatimid dancer on an ivory panel, 11th-12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Louvre_ivory_dancer.htm)
Fatimid lute player on an ivory panel, 11th-12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Louvre_ivory_lute_player.htm)
Fatimid bowl with female scarf dancer, 12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Freer_female_dancer.htm)
Fatimid wood panel with dancer, 12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Louvre_wood_dancer.htm)
Fatimid bowl with a musician (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Cairo_bowl_musician.htm)
Fatimid bowl with a drinker (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Cairo_bowl_drinker.htm)
Fatimid bowl with young courtier (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Cairo_Young_courtier.htm)
Manuscript illumination with depiction of a court scene (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Ms_court_scene.htm)
Fatimid-Zirid Plate with a Battle Scene (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-Zirid_Plate.htm)
Fatimid Horseman from Ifriqiyah on a Plate, 10th to 12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_horseman-Plate-10th-12thC.htm)
Fatimid Ivory Plaque of Two Soldiers, 10th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Louvre_Ivory_plaque.htm)
Fatimid Rider and Four Warriors on Coptic Textile, 11th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_rider_and_four_warriors_on_textile-11thC.htm)
Fatimid Wood Carving of Hunters, 11th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Wood_Carving-11thC.htm)
Fatimid Carved Panel with Soldier, 11th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Carved_panel-11thC-Metmusem.htm)
Fatimid Ceramic Wall-Plaque with Warriors from the Sabra Palace, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Wall_plaque-11thC.htm)
Fatimid Ceramic Wall-Plaque of Archer from the Sabra Palace, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Wall_plaque-Archer.htm)
Fragment of a Fatimid Bowl Depicting a Mounted Warrior, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bowl_Fragment-Mounted_Warrior.htm)
Plaque with a running man and his dog, Fatimid Egypt, 11th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Plaque_man_and_dog.htm)
Fatimid Rectangular piece of wood with swordsmen (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_plank_with_swordsmen.htm)
Fatimid wooden plank with carved lion hunt, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_plank_Lion_hunt.htm)
Fatimid wooden plank with mounted hunter with lance, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_plank_hunter_with_lance.htm)
Hunter on an 11th century ivory drinking horn probably made in Muslim Sicily or Southern Italy (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_V&A_horn.htm)
Fatimid bowl with a drinker, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-David-Bowl.htm)
Shields on the Bab al-Nasr (Gate of Victory), Cairo, 1087 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bab_al-Nasr-Gate-Cairo-1087.htm)
Frieze of Hunters over the door of the Church of San Bernadetto, Brindisi, late 11th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Brindisi_Frieze-late_11thC.htm)
Fatimid Turban on Manuscript Fragment, 11th-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Turban-11-12C.htm)
Morgan Casket, Southern Italy, 11th-12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Morgan_Casket.htm)
Four ivory panels with hunters and revellers, 11th-12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_4_Ivory_panels-11-12C.htm)
Detail of carved ivory horn or 'oliphant' from Sicily (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Oliphant.htm)
Ivory casket with Lion Hunt, Fatimid Sicily or Southern Italy, 11th-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Pergamon_Ivory_casket.htm)
Fatimid Manuscript with Two Soldiers, 11th-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Ms_with_2_soldiers-11th-12thC.htm)
Fatimid Carved Ivory Panel with Hunters, 11th-12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Carved_Ivory_Panel_with_Hunters-11-12C.htm)
Carved Ivory Plaque of Lion Hunt, Fatimid Egypt or Iraq, 11th-12th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bargello_Carved_Ivory_Plaque.htm)
Fatimid Infantryman on a Plate, 12th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Infantryman_on_plate.htm)
Fatimid Warrior on Plate Fragment, 12th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_warrior_on_plate_fragment-12C.htm)
Islamic Sicilian Ivory Casket with Horsemen, 12th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Bargello_Ivory_Casket.htm)
A Fatimid Nobleman or Officer on a lustre-ware plate, 12th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Lustre-ware_plate.htm)
Fatimid plate with mounted hunter, 12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Freer_mounted_hunter.htm)
Sicilian ivory pyxis, 12th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Louvre_ivory_pyxis-Sicily.htm)
Fatimid Manuscript Fragment, Fustat, 12th Century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Ms_fragment-Fustat-12thC.htm)
Fatimid bowl with a hunter on horse (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Cairo_bowl_horseman.htm)
Illustrations from a Coptic Gospel, Damietta, Egypt, 1179-80 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Copte_13-Gospel-1179-80.htm)
Fatimid Manuscript with 'Jazrafil who rides an Elephant', c. 1200 AD (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Ms-Jazrafil_who_rides_an_Elephant.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare.uphero.com/index.htm)

druzhina
12-30-2012, 06:29
15th Century Ottomans
Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berri, folio 51v: The Meeting of the Magi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Les_Tres_Riches_Heures_du_Duc_de_Berry-Ms65_f51v.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Les_Tres_Riches_Heures_du_Duc_de_Berry-Ms65_f51v-large.htm)
Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berri, folio: 52r Adoration of the Christ Child (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Les_Tres_Riches_Heures_du_Duc_de_Berry-Ms65_f52r.htm) & detail image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Les_Tres_Riches_Heures_du_Duc_de_Berry-Ms65_f52r-detail.htm)
Drawings and notes on Ottoman Cavalry by Ian Heath based on Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-1-2-Ottoman_Sipahis-14-15C.htm)
The Naval Battle of Zonchio (Navarino), 1499 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Naval_Battle_of_Zonchio-1499.htm)
Drawings and notes on Ottoman Infantry by Ian Heath based on The Naval Battle of Zonchio (Navarino) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-3-4-Ottoman_Infantrymen_15C.htm)
A Turkish Janissary, c. 1480, by Gentile Bellini (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Ottoman_Janissary-By_Gentile_Bellini.htm)
Drawings and notes on Turkish Janissaries by Ian Heath based on Gentile Bellini's picture of an Ottoman Janissary, c. 1480 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-5-6-Janissaries_15C.htm)
Drawings and notes on an Ottoman Handgunner by Ian Heath based on The Naval Battle of Zonchio (Navarino) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-7-Ottoman_Handgunner.htm)
Drawings and notes on a Heavy Infantryman by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-8-Ottoman_Heavy_Infantryman.htm)
Drawings and notes on a Heavy Cavalryman by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-9-Ottoman_Heavy_Cavalryman.htm)

An Oriental Family by Albrecht Dürer, 1496 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Durer-Oriental_Family.htm)
Drawings and notes on an Ottoman Akinji by Ian Heath based on An Oriental Family by Albrecht Dürer, 1496 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-10-Ottoman_Akinji-15C.htm)
Sultan Mehmed II smelling a rose by Nakkas,, Sinan Bey, end of 15th century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Sultans/Sultan_Mehmed_II_smelling_a_rose-Haz2153-f10a.htm)

Breydenbach's Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam, 1486 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach_Peregrinationes_in_Terram_Sanctam-1486.htm)
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34a Saracens (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach-34a-Saracens.htm)
34b Jews (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach-34b-Jews.htm)
35a Greeks (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach-35a-Greeks.htm)
36a Syrians, 1489 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach-36a-Syrians-1489.htm)
37 Abyssinians (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach-37-Abyssinians.htm)
38a Turks (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Breydenbach-38a-Turks.htm)
Drawings and notes on Ottoman Musicians by Ian Heath based on Breydenbach's Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam, 1486 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-11-12-Ottoman_Musicians.htm)

Suleiman the Magnificent and the Battle of Mohacs, 1526, from the Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/1526-Suleiman_the_Magnificent_and_the_Battle_of_Mohacs-Hunername-large.htm)
Drawings and notes on an Ottoman Gunner by Ian Heath based on Suleiman the Magnificent and the Battle of Mohacs, 1526, from the Hünernâme of 1588 by Lokman (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-13-Ottoman_Gunner.htm)

Folio 23r Obsidionis Rhodie Urbis Descriptio - William Caoursin's The Siege of Rhodes, Ulm, 1496 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Caoursin-ORUD-23r.htm)
Drawing and notes on a Balkan Cavalryman by Ian Heath based on William Caoursin's The Siege of Rhodes, Ulm, 1496 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-14-Balkan_Cavalry-15C.htm)
Drawing and notes on a Ottoman Flags by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Middle_Ages_2-15-Ottoman_Flags.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

druzhina
01-04-2013, 05:16
Spanish and North African Resources (http://warfare.uphero.com/Spain.htm)
This list is for those looking at a geographical region rather than a time period. Some of these have been mentioned in categories above.

Mounted Hunters on an Umayyad Casket from Cordoba, c.966-968 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Ancient/Umayyad-David-Casket.htm)
Soldiers on a Moorish Casket from Cuenca, Spain, c.1049AD (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket.htm)
Fatimid-Zirid Bas-relief of Musician and Drinker, 10th-11th centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-Zirid_Bas-relief.htm)
Fatimid-Zirid Plate with a Battle Scene, 10th-11th centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid-Zirid_Plate.htm)
Fatimid Horseman from Ifriqiyah on a Plate, 10th to 12th Centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_horseman-Plate-10th-12thC.htm)
The Pila, an Ablution Basin, early to mid 11th century, Spain (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Pila-11thC.htm)
Saint-Sever Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, SW France, 1060s (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Beatus_Saint_Sever.htm)
Fatimid Ceramic Wall-Plaque with Warriors from the Sabra Palace, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Wall_plaque-11thC.htm)
Fatimid Ceramic Wall-Plaque of Archer from the Sabra Palace, 11th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Wall_plaque-Archer.htm)
Drawing of, and notes on, a Fatimid Infantryman, 1100AD, by Ian Heath (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Crusades-30-Fatimid_Infantryman.htm) based on a manuscript (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Ms_with_2_soldiers-11th-12thC.htm)
Spanish Knights & Infantry in the Codex Calixtinus, 1135-1139AD (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Codex_Calixtinus-162v.htm)
Drawings of a Fatimid Infantryman (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Crusades-31-Fatimid_Infantryman.htm) and a Fatimid Cavalryman, 1150AD, by Ian Heath (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Crusades-32-Fatimid_Cavalryman.htm) based on a manuscript fragment (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Fatimid_Ms_fragment-Fustat-12thC.htm)
David and Goliath from the Biblia Segunde de San Isidoro de Leon, 1162 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Biblia_Segunde_de_San_Isidoro_de_Leon-David_Goliath.htm)
12th century Spanish soldiers & hunters in the frescos from the Church of San Baudelio de Berlanga, Soria (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Church_of_San_Baudelio_de_Berlanga-12thC.htm)
. Drawings of a Spanish Town Militiamen by Ian Heath based on the frescos from the Church of San Baudelio & Las Cantigas de Santa Maria (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-65-66-Spanish_Town_Militiamen-12-13C.htm)
Rylands Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, Spain, c.1175 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Beatus-Rylands-Latin_Ms8.htm)
Las Huelgas Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, Spain, 1220 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Beatus-1220-MsM.429.htm)
. Drawings of Spanish Knights by Ian Heath based on Las Huelgas Apocalypse & Las Cantigas de Santa Maria (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-63-64-Spanish_Knights-12-13C.htm)
. A drawing of a Jewish archer by Ian Heath based on Las Huelgas Apocalypse (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Feudal-68-Jewish_Soldier-11-13C.htm)
A North African al-Sufi manuscript - Vatican Ms. Ross. 1033, 1224AD (http://warfare.uphero.com/alSufi/Vatican_Library-Ross.1033-1224AD.htm)
Illustrations of Andalusians from the story of Bayad and Riyad, 13th century (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Bayad-wa-Riyad.htm)
Spanish, Granadine & Moroccan Soldiers of the 13th Century in Las Cantigas de Santa Maria (http://warfare2.netai.net/Cantiga/Cantigas_de_Santa_Maria.htm)
Spain - Middle Ages by Racinet (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/Racinet-p138-9-Middle_Ages-Spain.htm)
13th century Spanish & Moorish Soldiers in the frescos of The Conquest of Mallorca (http://warfare2.netai.net/Medieval/Conquesta_de_Mallorca-1285-1290-full.htm); or download this site as a 5.4MB zip (https://www.box.com/s/mu6elg04736xoj1j8m64)
Ceiling panel with a fight between a Christian knight and a Muslim, Spain, c.1300 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Ceiling_panel_with_a_fight_between_a_Christian_kni ght_and_a_Muslim.htm)
Ceiling panel with a knight of the House of Anjou struck down by another knight, c.1300 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval/Ceiling_panel_with_a_knight_of_the_House_of_Anjou. htm)
William Caoursin's Obsidionis Rhodie Urbis Descriptio. A description of the 1480 siege of the city of Rhodes (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Caoursin-ORUD-12v.htm)
Illustrations of Costume from the 1554 manuscript of The pilgrimage of Arnold von Harff in 1496 to 1499 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Harff-Ms_Bodl.972-f1r.htm)
Illustrations of Costume from the 1860 edition of The pilgrimage of Arnold von Harff in 1496 to 1499 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Harff-p229.htm)
Renaissance Warfare by George Gush, Parts 14 & 15: Spanish (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/14&15_Spanish.htm)
Spanish Tercios by Dr. Pierre PICOUET (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Tercio/TercioUK.html)
Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent receives Barbarossa, 1533 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Suleymanname/1533-Suleiman_receives_Barbarossa-Suleymanname.htm)
Mid 16th century Eastern Mediterranean & North African Illustrations from: HISTOIRE DES TURCS, by Blaise de Vigenere: (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere.htm)
. Moorish pilgrims parade in Mecca (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere-28-en.htm)
. Moorish Slave (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere-38-en.htm)
. Turkish Woman, Dressed Like A Moor (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere-46-en.htm)
. Moorish Woman From Tripoli in Barbary (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere-60-en.htm)
. Mavre Women Of Algiers In Barbary Going To The City (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere-62-en.htm)
. Moorish Girl, Slave In Algiers, Town Of Barbary (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Vigenere-63-en.htm)
A peasant from Vizcaya with crossbow by Hans Weigel, 1577 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Renaissance/Weigel-Basque.htm)
Aztecs, Incas and Spaniards from contemporary pictures (http://warfare.uphero.com/Conquista/Aztecs&Incas.htm)
The Ottoman Army Marching On The City Of Tunis in 1569, by Seyyid Lokman, 1581 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/1569-The_Ottoman_Army_Marching_On_Tunis.htm)
A Turk of Algeria by Bonnart, 1678-1711 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/byEuropeans/Bonnart-Algerian.htm)
Illustrations of Ottoman Asian & North African Inhabitants after Jean-Baptiste Vanmour, c.1708: (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Vanmour-asian-african.htm)
. Clothing of the Barbary Coast (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Habillement_des_principaux_barbaresques.htm)
. Tunisian in ceremonial dress (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Afriquaine_en_habit_de_ceremonie.htm)
. Tunisian in Negligee (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Afriquaine_en_deshabille.htm)
. African woman going outdoors (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Femme_d'Afrique_allant_par_les_rues.htm)
. Moorish Woman (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Ottoman/Vanmour/Femme_moresque.htm)
Spanish Uniforms in the Augsburger Bilder, 1802-09 (http://warfare.uphero.com/AugsburgerBilder/Augsburger-Spanish.htm)
Uniforms of Spanish Units at the Battle of Talavera 1809: (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Generals.htm)
. Guards (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Guards.htm) Line Infantry (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Line Infantry.htm) Light Infantry and Marines (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Light Infantry and Marines.htm) Militia (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Militia.htm) Line Cavalry (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Line Cavalry.htm) Dragoons (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Dragoons.htm) Light Cavalry (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Light Cavalry.htm) Artillery (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Artillery.htm) Engineers (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Engineers.htm)
Spanish Napoleonic Uniforms (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/SpanishNapoleonicUniforms.htm) from the NYPL
Spanish Uniforms of Joseph Bonaparte's Army (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/SpanishNapoleonicUniforms-Joseph.htm) from the NYPL
Spanish Maps of Peninsular War Battles (http://historicalmaps.webs.com/Spain/Spanish_Maps_of_Peninsular_War_Battles.htm)

MIRROR SITE
Spanish and North African Resources (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Spain.htm)

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://scylitzes.webs.com/index.htm)

komnenos
01-04-2013, 07:20
Hi. Do you know any good sources about the revolution of Greece(in about 1830) especially history novel of that?

druzhina
01-04-2013, 08:56
Hi. Do you know any good sources about the revolution of Greece(in about 1830) especially history novel of that?

Hi komnenos,
It would be better if you did not use the word "novel". In English this is only used for fiction. You can just call it "a history".

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://smgettysburg.webs.com/FAQ/index.htm)

komnenos
01-04-2013, 13:52
For example what about this book: "Fall of Constantinople" of Mikatoimi Waltari? Is it fiction or not? (I mean these types of books that the main parts are true and real but maybe the details aren't true.)

druzhina
01-05-2013, 05:24
For example what about this book: "Fall of Constantinople" of Mikatoimi Waltari? Is it fiction or not? (I mean these types of books that the main parts are true and real but maybe the details aren't true.)
Hi komnenos,
Fall of Constantinople by Mika Toimi Waltari is a historical novel, therefore fiction. A historical novel is a made up story set in a historical setting. Sometimes authors add a note explaining which parts are true, otherwise it has to be checked from other sources.

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://2nd-world-war.webs.com/usmc/index.htm)

komnenos
01-05-2013, 08:46
Oh OK. But no problem, please introduce me the non-fiction ones. I think it's better to read the first. :wink2:

druzhina
01-05-2013, 09:42
The T'oros Roslin (or Sebastia) Gospels of Armenia, 1262 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin.htm)

Folio 19r Return of the Magi (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f19r.htm)
Folio 48r Christ Predicting the Sufferings of the Apostles (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f48r.htm)
Folio 116v Betrayal of Christ (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f116v.htm)
Folio 124r The Crucifixion (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f124r.htm)
Folio 128v Soldiers Bribed by the Chief Priests (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f128v.htm)
Folio 190r Judas Leads the Multitude (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f190r.htm)
Folio 191r Apostle Fleeing (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Roslin-f191r.htm)
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Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
01-09-2013, 09:24
Kitsab al-makhzun jami` al-funun by ibn akhî hizâm - A Mamluk manual of military practice and horsemanship, Egypt or Syria, 1470 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-Kitab_al-makhzun-1470.htm)
8325
acrobat (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-17r.htm)
hunting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-26r.htm)
bow shooting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-28r.htm)
sabre fighting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-37r.htm)
polite jousting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-53v.htm)
axe fighting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-60v.htm)
mounted fighting with sticks (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-64r.htm)
fighting with sticks (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-65r.htm)
lance practice (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-70r.htm)
incendiary weapon (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-62r.htm)
shooting the crossbow (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-67r.htm)
horse fight (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-77r.htm)
crossbow & bow shooting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-81r.htm)
mounted crossbow & bow shooting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Arabe2824-82r.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

komnenos
01-09-2013, 15:19
Hi druzhina. why didn't you introduce no sources for the Greece Revolution? So if you can, please introduce the PDF files for that.

druzhina
01-10-2013, 04:51
Hi druzhina. why didn't you introduce no sources for the Greece Revolution? So if you can, please introduce the PDF files for that.

Hi komnenos,
The Greece Revolution is a later period than I am interested in. Anyone else?

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
01-10-2013, 09:10
11th-12C Moslem & Christian Spain (http://warfare.likamva.in/Spain.htm)

Soldiers on a Moorish Casket from Cuenca, c.1049AD (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Cuenca_casket.htm)
. Detail of upper row of carving. (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Cuenca_casket-upper.htm)
. Detail of lower row of carving. (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Cuenca_casket-lower.htm)

The Pila, an Islamic Ablution Basin, early to mid 11th century, Spain (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Pila-11thC.htm)
. Larger image (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Pila-11thC-large.htm)
. Detail of Horsemen (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Pila-11thC-detail_of_horsemen.htm)
. Detail of Men Pulling Beards (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Pila-11thC-detail_of_Men_Pulling_Beards.htm)
. Detail of Bearers (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Pila-11thC-detail-of-bearers.htm)

David and Goliath in the Biblia Segunde de San Isidoro de Leon, 1162 (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Biblia_Segunde_de_San_Isidoro_de_Leon-David_Goliath.htm)
. Detail of David and Goliath. (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Biblia_Segunde_de_San_Isidoro_de_Leon-David_Goliath-detail.htm)
. Detail of the pursuit of the Philistines. (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Biblia_Segunde_de_San_Isidoro_de_Leon-David_Goliath-pursuit-detail.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/index.htm)

komnenos
01-10-2013, 12:04
Do you know free history movies for downloading.Especially about Byzantine Empire?

druzhina
01-13-2013, 05:44
Do you know free history movies for downloading.Especially about Byzantine Empire?
Hi komnenos,
All movies would belong in a fiction thread.

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://smx.iblogger.org/index.htm)

druzhina
01-13-2013, 05:49
Illustrations of military interest from
Chronica Majora by Matthew Paris, c.1240–5 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora.htm)

Matthaei Paris Chronica Maiora I
Combat between Canute the Dane and Edmund Ironside, 1016 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Combat_between_Canute_the_Dane_and_Edmund_Ironside-1016.htm)
Two Templars on a Horse (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Two_Templars_on_a_Horse.htm)
Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury, 1171 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Martyrdom_of_St._Thomas_of_Canterbury-1171.htm)
Saladin Capturing the True Cross at Hattin, 1187 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Capture_of_the_True_Cross_at_Hattin.htm)
Matthaei Paris Chronica Maiora II
Battle of Bouvines, 1214 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Battle_of_Bouvines-1214.htm)
Atrocities under King John, 1216 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Atrocities_under_King_John-1216.htm)
Louis of France Arriving in England (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Louis_of_France_Arriving_in_England.htm)
Siege of Lincoln Castle, 1217 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Siege_of_Lincoln_Castle-1217.htm)
Sea Battle off Sandwich (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Sea_Battle_off_Sandwich.htm)
Battle of Damietta (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Battle_of_Damietta.htm)
Siege of Damietta (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Siege_of_Damietta.htm)
A Knight Spares His Father's Murderer, 1232 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-A_Knight_Spares_His_Fathers_Murderer-1232.htm)
Battle between Richard, Earl Marshal, and Baldwin de Guisnes, 1233 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Battle_between_Richard-Earl_Marshal-and_Baldwin_de_Guisnes-1233.htm)
Death of Richard, Earl Marshal, 1234 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Death_of_Richard-Earl_Marshal-1234.htm)
Defeat of the French at Gaza (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Defeat_of_the_French_at_Gaza.htm)]
Treaty between Nazir of Kerak and the Count of Brittany (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Treaty_between_Kerak_and_Brittany.htm)
Banners of the Hospitalers and Templars and the Oriflamme of France, 1241 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Banners-1241.htm)
Invasion of Tartars, 1241 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Invasion_of_Tartars-1241.htm)
Sea Battle between the Pisans and Genoese, 1241 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Sea_Battle_between_the_Pisans_and_Genoese-1241.htm)
Death of Gilbert, Earl Marshal, 1241 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Death_of_Gilbert-Earl_Marshal-1241.htm)
French Troops Dying of Plague, 1242 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-French_Troops_Dying_of_Plague-1242.htm)
A Tartar Cannibal Feast, 1243 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Tartar_Cannibals.htm)
Battle between the Crusaders and Khorezmians, 1244 (La Forbie) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Battle_of_La_Forbie.htm)
Death of Enguerrand III de Coucy, 1244 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Death_of_Enguerrand_de_Coucy-1244.htm)
Death of Herbert FitzMatthew, 1245 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Death_of_Herbert_FitzMatthew-1245.htm)
Matthaei Paris Chronica Maiora III (Historia Anglorum)
Shields and banners (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Shields_and_banners.htm)
Man threshing (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Man_threshing.htm)
Templars (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Templars.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

Catiline
01-14-2013, 04:33
Those links aren't working for me.

druzhina
01-14-2013, 06:48
Those links aren't working for me.

What error message do you get?

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

Catiline
01-14-2013, 06:58
Unable to connect

druzhina
01-14-2013, 08:31
Unable to connect

Does your ISP block some sites for being 'suspicious'? warfare.uphero.com is a free subdomain of uphero.com which has a mass of free sites of all kinds.

Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Turk/index.htm)

druzhina
01-15-2013, 07:44
Frankish, Saracen & Byzantine costume in the 'Melisende Psalter', Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1131-43 AD (http://warfare.likamva.in/12/Melisende_Psalter-1131-43.htm)
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Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
01-18-2013, 07:20
Ancient history until Caesar. Acre, Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1260-1270. (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Dijon_Ms562.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8419&d=1358493148
Ninus riding with his army
Joseph and his army
Oedipus killing the Sphinx
Combat of Tydeus and Polynices (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Dijon_Ms562-1.htm)
First battle of the Amazons
Amazons riding
Combat of Hercules and an Amazon, Combat of Theseus and an Amazon
Death of Hector (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Dijon_Ms562-2.htm)
Battle of Penthélisée and Pyrrhus
Camille and her Amazons fighting against Aeneas
Alexander and his companions riding
Alexander kneels before the high priest (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Dijon_Ms562-3.htm)
Battle of the Hydaspes
Battle between the army of Pyrrhus and the Romans (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Dijon_Ms562-4.htm)


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The 'Roger Histories', or Ancient history until Caesar. Acre, c.1287 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Fr20125.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8418&d=1358493148
Oedipus and the Sphinx
Combat of Tydeus and Polynices
Amazons
Amazons in combat (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Fr20125-1.htm)
Combat of Theseus, Hercules and the Amazons
Death of Hector
Penthesilea and her company
Combat of Penthesilea and Neoptolemus (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Fr20125-2.htm)
Camille and her army
Surrender to Holofernes
Judith and Holofernes
Alexander and Jaddus (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Fr20125-3.htm)
Battle of the Hydaspes (326BC)
Combat of Alexander and Poros (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Fr20125-4.htm)
Army of Pyrrhus I
The Roman Temple of Janus
Combat of Scipio Africanus and Hannibal
Combat of Jugurtha and Marius (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_ancienne-Fr20125-5.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

druzhina
01-20-2013, 02:23
Clothing of the Ancient Celts: A Guide to Celtic Costume by M. E. Riley (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Textiles_Page.htm)
Hallstat and La Tene Celts (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Classical.htm)
Ireland, 5th - 10th c. AD (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Earlyirl.htm)
-- Hair, Jewelry, etc. (Classical Celts and pre-medieval Ireland) (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Cosmetic.htm)
Late Medieval Ireland (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Lateirl.htm)
Medieval Scotland, 1100-1600 (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Scotland.htm)
Scotland, 1600-1800 (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Scotland2.htm)
Dyes & Dyeing (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Dyes.htm)
Fiber Working Techniques (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Textile.htm)
Celtic Costume Myths and Tips (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Myths.htm)
Patterns and Resources (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Patterns.htm)
Bonnet & Cockade (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Bonnet.html)
Directions for knitting a Scottish Bonnet (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/BonnetDir.htm)
The Rogart Shirt (http://warfare2.netai.net/Celt/Rogart.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

komnenos
01-20-2013, 13:24
Hi. I have a question. What shape was drawn on the flag of Constantinople? I don't know that it was face of Constantine the great or a shape of the moon or other things.

druzhina
01-22-2013, 11:26
Kalila and Dimna by Ibn al-Muqaffa', 1st Quarter of the 14th century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465.htm)
. folio 29v, fable: Le pauvre et le voleur. The poor man and the thief. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-29v.htm)
. folio 30v, fable: Le vendeur de sesame et son associe. The seller of sesame and his associate. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-30v.htm)
. folio 83r, fable: Les deux perroquets et l'epouse du satrape. The two parrots and the wife of the satrap. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-83r.htm)
. folio 89v, fable: Le saint homme, son hote et le rat. The holy man, his host and the rat. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-89v.htm)
. folio 116v, fable: Le devot et la mangouste. The devotee and the mongoose. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-116v.htm)
. folio 130v, fable: Shedram, Iraht & Iblad. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-130v.htm)
. folio 131v, fable: Shedram, Iraht & Iblad. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-131v.htm)
. folio 132v, fable: Shedram, Iraht & Iblad. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-132v.htm)
. folio 134v, fable: Shedram, Iraht & Iblad. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Kalila_and_Dimna-14C-Arabe3465-134v.htm)

Kalila and Dimna by Ibn al-Muqaffa', 15th century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467.htm)
. folio 26v, fable: Le vendeur de sesame et son associe. The seller of sesame and his associate. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-26v.htm)
. folio 28v, fable: Le pauvre et le voleur. The poor man and the thief. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-28v.htm)
. folio 51r, fable: Le saint homme, son hote et le rat. The holy man, his host and the rat. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-51r.htm)
. folio 58r, fable: L'homme et les deux femmes. The man and two women. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-58r.htm)
. folio 61r, fable: Les deux perroquets et l'epouse du satrape. The two parrots and the wife of the satrap. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-61r.htm)
. folio 88r, fable: Le devot et la mangouste. The devotee and the mongoose. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-88r.htm)
. folio 93r, fable: Shedram, Iraht & Iblad. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Kalila_and_Dimna-15C-Arabe3467-93r.htm)

Druzhina
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druzhina
01-23-2013, 01:02
Hi. I have a question. What shape was drawn on the flag of Constantinople? I don't know that it was face of Constantine the great or a shape of the moon or other things.

Hi komnenos,

You did not state which period.
Ian Heath said they used the 'Lady of Blachernae' until it was captured in 1204. He also mentions that Scylitzes ms (http://scylitzes.webs.com/Scylitzes-Chronicle.htm) shows a standard with a cross. You may be able to find it at Manuscript Miniatures (http://manuscriptminiatures.com/search/?year=1000&year_end=1200&country=6&manuscript=codex-grcus-matritensis-ioannis-skyllitzes-bne-mss&tags=&tag_mode=all&per=50&view=gallery)

For the 14th century try The Romance of Alexander, Byzantine, 14th century (http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=el&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2F194.177.217.107%2Fgr%2Fminiatures.a sp) & a 14th century manuscript of the Constantine Manasses Chronicle (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Constantine_Manasses_Chronicle)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
01-24-2013, 08:44
Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury
The Murder of Thomas Becket, Wall Painting in Santa Maria de Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain, c1180-1200 (http://warfare2.netai.net/12/Tomas_Becket-Santa_Maria_de_Terrassa-c1180-1200.htm)
Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury, Chronica Majora by Matthew Paris, ca. 1240–53 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Chronica_Majora-Martyrdom_of_St._Thomas_of_Canterbury-1171.htm)
Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury, Carrow Psalter, c.1250 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Carrow_Psalter-Martyrdom_of_St._Thomas_of_Canterbury.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

druzhina
01-27-2013, 02:44
Histoire d'Outremer by William of Tyre, copy from Northern France, between 1232 and 1261, ms Yates Thompson 12 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8457&d=1359251677
Histoire d'Outremer by William of Tyre, Military Images (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-military.htm)
Godfrey of Bouillon (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-9.htm)
Siege of Nicea (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-13v.htm)
Baldwin (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-18v.htm)
Siege of Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-23v.htm)
Battle outside Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-29.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-29-large.htm)
Bishop Adhemar (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-34v.htm)
Siege of Jerusalem (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-40v.htm)
Godfrey of Bouillon (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-46.htm)
Godfrey and Baldwin (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-51v.htm)
Bohemund and Daimbert (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-58v.htm)
Ebremars, Archbishop of Caesarea (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-67v.htm)
Assault on Tyre (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-75.htm)
Coronation of Foulques (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-82v.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-82v-large.htm)
Emperor John (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-90.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-90-large.htm)
Death of Sanguius (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-99v.htm)
Battle (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-109v.htm)
Patriarch of Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-120.htm)
Nureddin, Sultan of Damascus (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-132.htm)
Amaury and Mary (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-143.htm)
Saladin ravaging the Holy Land (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-161.htm)
Siege (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Yates_Thompson_12-204.htm)

Histoire d'Outremer called the Lyon Eracles, 1280 - Lyon BV Ms P.A. 29 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-MsPA29.htm)


Histoire d'Outremer par Guillaume de Tyr, Saint-Jean-d'Acre, c.1280 - Lyon BM Ms 828 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8456&d=1359251677
Peter the Hermit leading the First Crusade (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-f001.htm)
The bishop of Puy Adhemar de Monteil leading the departure of the crusader barons (late 1096-early 1097) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-f015v.htm)
Raymond de Saint-Gilles besieging Nicaea (June 1097) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-f024.htm)
Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-1.htm)
Bohemond besieging Antioch (late 1097-mid 1098) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-f033-large.htm)
Crusaders before Jerusalem (June 1099) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-2.htm)
Godfrey of Bouillon and the Crusaders in prayer at the Holy Sepulchre; Election of Godfrey of Bouillon as Advocate of the Holy Sepulchre (July 1099) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-f083-large.htm)
Crusaders besieging Tyre (1124) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-3.htm)
Crusaders besieging Damascus (1148) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-4.htm)
Louis VII, Conrad III and Baldwin III; Crusaders besieging Damascus (1148) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-f189-large.htm)
The Crusaders besieging Bilbeis (1168) (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Ms828-Histoire_dOutremer-Lyon-Ms828-5.htm)

Histoire d'Outremer - French translation with continuation until 1275, Acre, c.1287 - Boulogne-sur-mer Ms 142 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8455&d=1359251677
Godfrey of Bouillon and Adhemar bishop of Puy ride with their men to the Holy Land (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f016.htm)
large image of Godfrey of Bouillon and Adhemar bishop of Puy ride with their men to the Holy Land (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f016-large.htm)
Turks and Armenians meeting at the foot of a mountain and signing a peace treaty (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f032.htm)
Godfrey of Bouillon and the Crusaders attacking Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f040v.htm)
Taking of Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f049v.htm)
large image of the Taking of Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f049v-large.htm)
Delivery of a message ... the Emperor Alexis by two Crusaders (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f060v.htm)
Coronation of King Baldwin I of Jerusalem (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f089v.htm)
John II Comnenus besieging Caesarea Antioch (Shaizar) (1138) / Raymond of Poitiers Count of Antioch and Josselin II Count of Edessa playing chess (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f153v.htm)
Torture of Amaury de Limoges Patriarch of Antioch by Renaud de Châtillon Prince of Antioch (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Histoire_dOutremer-Boulogne-Ms142-f199.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://diegosuarez.22web.org/index.htm)

druzhina
02-02-2013, 03:14
Illustrations from
Maqamat of al-Hariri (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/Maqamat.htm)
The Maqamat ('Assemblies') are a collection of amusing stories told by the merchant al-Harith about a peripatetic rogue named Abu Zaid.

Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, manuscript Arabe 6094, dated 619H, 1222-23AD (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-1222AD.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8517&d=1359773844

Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f6r.htm)
Abu Zayd simulating lameness (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f11r.htm)
Caravan at rest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f13r.htm)
Abu Zayd attending the banquet at al-Harith's (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f16r.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f19r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f25r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his wife before the kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f27v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f31r.htm)
Abu Zayd attending funerals (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f33v.htm)
Abu Zayd disguised as an old woman and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f40r.htm)
Abu Zayd arriving at the mosque (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f49v.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f52v.htm)
Abu Zayd leaving the wedding banquet in Sinjar (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f55r.htm)
Abu Zayd sick (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f59v.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f64v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith sailing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f68r.htm)
Abu Zayd before the governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f70v.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f75v.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f81v.htm)
Abu Zayd receiving clothing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f82v.htm)
Abu Zayd receiving al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f84r.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching in Samarqand (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f93r.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f101r.htm)
Abu Zayd and pilgrims (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f103v.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f106v.htm)
Abu Zayd the mosque in Tbilisi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f117r.htm)
al-Harith at the slave market (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f120r.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f124r.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f126r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f130v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f133v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f139r.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f144v.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f147r.htm)
al-Harith invited to lunch (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f156r.htm)
Abu Zayd teacher (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f167r.htm)
Abu Zayd practicing medicine (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f174r.htm)
Abu Zayd and son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f180r.htm)
Abu Zayd and listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe6094-f181v.htm)


Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies, manuscript C-23 of c. 1225-35 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23.htm)
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f.12a, A Caravan Shop (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.12a-A_Caravan_Shop.htm)
f.18b, Literary Meeting (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.18b-Literary_Meeting.htm)
The Wedding Banquet (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-The_Wedding_Banquet.htm)
f.43b, An old man and a young man in front of the tents of the rich pilgrims (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.43b-In_front_of_the_tents_of_the_rich_pilgrims.htm)
f.99a, Thief Taking his Loot (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.99a-Thief_Taking_his_Loot.htm)
f.101a, Interior of a mosque (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.101a-Interior_of_a_mosque.htm)
f.165a, A Doctor Performing a Bleeding in a Crowd of Curious People (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.165a-A_Doctor_Performing_a_Bleeding.htm)
The meeting of Abu Zayd and al-Harith at the reception of the governor of Merv (thirty-eighth maqama) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.250-Reception_of_the_governor_of_Merv.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/StPetersburg-MsC-23-f.250-Reception_of_the_governor_of_Merv-large.htm)


Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, Bibliothèque nationale de France, manuscript Arabe 5847, (al-Wasiti) 1237AD (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-1237AD.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8515&d=1359773844

al-Hariri? (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f1v.htm)
al-Hamadhanî? (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f2r.htm)
Abu Zayd, al-Harith and his disciple (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f3v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f4v.htm)
Abu Zayd at the library of Basra (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f5v.htm)
Abu Zayd recognized by al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f6v.htm)
Abu Zayd recognized by al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f7r.htm)
Abu Zayd simulating lameness (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f8v.htm)
Caravan at rest (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f9v.htm)
Abu Zayd recognized by al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f10r.htm)
al-Harith discovering the message of Abu Zayd (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f11v.htm)
Abu Zayd recognized by al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f12v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f13v.htm)
Abu Zayd admitting his lie (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f14v.htm)
Abu Zayd dictating a letter (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f16r.htm)
Abu Zayd entering the mosque of Maragha (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f18v.htm)
Procession at the end of Ramadan (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f19r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f21r.htm)
Abu Zayd admitting the ruse to the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f22r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his wife before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f25r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f26r.htm)
Abu Zayd, his son and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f27r.htm)
Funeral (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f29v.htm)
al-Harith travelling (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f30v.htm)
al-Harith travelling (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f31r.htm)
Abu Zayd at the tavern of Anah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f33r.htm)
Abu Zayd disguised as an old woman and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f35r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f37v.htm)
Abu Zayd leaving the pilgrims (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f38r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f40r.htm)
Abu Zayd leaving al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f41r.htm)
Abu Zayd arrives at the mosque (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f42r.htm)
Abu Zayd grabbing his wallet (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f43v.htm)
Abu Zayd grabbing his wallet (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f44r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f46v.htm)
Abu Zayd attending the wedding banquet in Sinjar (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f47v.htm)
Abu Zayd complaining (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f48r.htm)
Abu Zayd leaving the wedding banquet in Sinjar (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f50v.htm)
Abu Zayd travelling (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f51r.htm)
Abu Zayd sick (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f52v.htm)
Abu Zayd sick (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f53r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f55v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f56r.htm)
Abu Zayd weeping over his declining virility (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f57r.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f58v.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f59r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith boating (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f61r.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f63v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f64r.htm)
Abu Zayd, his son and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f67v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f69v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f74v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f75r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f76r.htm)
Abu Zayd receiving al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f77r.htm)
Abu Zayd writes (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f79r.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching in Samarqand (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f84v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f86r.htm)
Abu Zayd and merchants asleep (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f89r.htm)
Abu Zayd, his son and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f90r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f91v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f92r.htm)
Caravan of pilgrims (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f94v.htm)
Abu Zayd and pilgrims (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f95r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f100v.htm)
The singer and the herd of camels (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f101r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f103r.htm)
al-Harith in the slave market (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f105r.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f107r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f110r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f114v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f117v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f118r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith sailing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f119v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith before the king's palace (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f120v.htm)
The Mysterious Island (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f121r.htm)
Queen giving birth (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f122v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f125r.htm)
The Kadi doing justice (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f126r.htm)
Abu Zayd recognized by al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f130r.htm)
Abu Zayd leaving al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f130v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f131v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f133v.htm)
Abu Zayd sleeping and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f134r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith arriving in a village (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f138r.htm)
al-Harith invited to the meal (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f139v.htm)
al-Harith invited to the meal (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f140r.htm)
Abu Zayd fleeing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f143r.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f146r.htm)
Abu Zayd teaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f148v.htm)
Abu Zayd teaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f152r.htm)
Abu Zayd practicing medicine (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f154v.htm)
Abu Zayd demanding money (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f155v.htm)
Abu Zayd demanding money (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f156r.htm)
Abu Zayd in the mosque (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f158v.htm)
Abu Zayd dying and his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f160v.htm)
Abu Zayd dying and his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f162v.htm)
Abu Zayd in the mosque of Basra (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f164v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe5847-f166r.htm)


Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, Bibliothèque nationale de France, manuscript Arabe 3929, 2nd quarter of 13th century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-2ndQ13thC.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8520&d=1359774184

Abu Zayd at the library of Basra (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f2v.htm)
Abu Zayd simulating lameness (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f5r.htm)
Abu Zayd gratified by the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f7v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son arrested (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f13v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his wife before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f15v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his wife arrested / Kadi and servant (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f20r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f21r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f21v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f22v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f23v.htm)
al-Harith at the Cemetery of Sawa (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f26r.htm)
Abu Zayd attending funerals (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f26v.htm)
Abu Zayd (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f30r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f30v.htm)
Abu Zayd at the tavern of Anah (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f34v.htm)
Abu Zayd disguised as an old woman and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f37r.htm)
Abu Zayd disguised as an old woman and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f38v.htm)
Abu Zayd travelling (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f40v.htm)
al-Harith travelling (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f41r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f42v.htm)
Abu Zayd weeping over his declining virility (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f45r.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f46r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f50r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f50v.htm)
Departure of Abu Zayd (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f52v.htm)
al-Harith and copyists (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f53r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f54v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f56r.htm)
Abu Zayd mocking al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f57v.htm)
al-Harith observing Abu Zayd (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f61v.htm)
Departure of Abu Zayd (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f65v.htm)
Friends of Abu Zayd sleeping (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f66v.htm)
Abu Zayd al-Harith and kissing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f68v.htm)
Abu Zayd and pilgrims (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f69r.htm)
maqama 33: Abu Zayd flees (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f76v.htm)
al-Harith and his dead slave (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f78r.htm)
al-Harith at the slave market (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f79r.htm)
Abu Zayd kissing his son (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f82r.htm)
Servant bringing food (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f83v.htm)
Abu Zayd, his son and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f84v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f85r.htm)
Abu Zayd and elder (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f90r.htm)
al-Harith undressing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f93r.htm)
Abu Zayd arguing with a carrier (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f96v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f101v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith sleeping (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f103r.htm)
Abu Zayd, al-Harith and thief (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f104r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f105r.htm)
Merchants asleep (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f114r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his son flee (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f116r.htm)
Marriage procession (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f117r.htm)
al-Harith attending the banquet at the cheif beggar's (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f120r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f122r.htm)
Abu Zayd at the Mosque in Tiflis (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f123r.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f129r.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f131v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f134r.htm)
Kadi dispensing justice (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f137r.htm)
Abu Zayd preaching (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f144r.htm)
Abu Zayd attending the wedding banquet in Sinjar (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f149r.htm)
Slave of Abu Zayd (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f151r.htm)
Abu Zayd leaving the boat (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f155v.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith travelling (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f156v.htm)
Abu Zayd and thief before the Kadi (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f157r.htm)
Abu Zayd, his son and al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f163r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f165v.htm)
Abu Zayd before the Governor (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f173r.htm)
Abu Zayd and al-Harith in the khan of Wasit (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f177r.htm)
Abu Zayd consults the astrolabe (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f178v.htm)
Abu Zayd attending the banquet in honour of al-Harith (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f179r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f180r.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f180v.htm)
Abu Zayd and his listeners (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f181r.htm)
Abu Zayd pursued by dogs (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f185r.htm)
Abu Zayd arrives at the mosque (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/MSarabe3929-f186v.htm)


Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, Suleymaniye Library manuscript Esad Efendi 2916 of 1242-1258AD (http://warfare2.likamva.in/13/Suleymaniye-Ms-Esad-Efendi_2916.htm)
http://www.turkishculture.org/dia/dia/normal/1/1.1/1.1.21/1.1.21.1/Esad Efendi 2916_006.jpg

Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, Vienna manuscript of 1334AD (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Ms.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8519&d=1359774184
Title page with an enthroned prince (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Title_page_with_an_enthroned_prince.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Ms-large.htm)
Abu Zayd argues before the Kadi of Ma'arra (08 maqâmat) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Abu_Zayd_argues_before_the_Kadi_of_Maarra.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Title_page_with_an_enthroned_prince-large.htm)
Al-Harith talks with Abu Zayd splendidly dressed in his tent (26 maqâmat) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Al-Harith_talks_with_Abu_Zayd_in_his_tent.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Vienna-1334-Abu_Zayd_argues_before_the_Kadi_of_Maarra-large.htm)

Illustrations from Maqamat of al-Hariri, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
manuscript Marsh 458 of 1337 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Bodleian-Ms-Marsh-458-1337.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8518&d=1359774184
Abu Zayd pretends to be a Muslim religious leader at a funeral (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Bodleian-Ms-Marsh-458-burial.htm)
al-Harith helps Abu Zayd to retrieve his stolen camel (http://warfare2.likamva.in/14/Bodleian-Ms-Marsh-458-45a.htm)

MIRROR SITE
[spoil]
Maqamat of al-Hariri (http://warfare.likamva.in/13/Maqamat.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
02-03-2013, 23:29
Timurid Soldiers from Baysunghur's Shahnama - 1430 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-Shahnama.htm)
f3v Frontispiece (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f3v-frontispiece.htm)
f4r 2nd Frontispiece (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f4r-frontispiece.htm)
f163 Guruy executes Siyavush (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Guruy_executes_Siyavush-f163-1430-Shahnama.htm) & larger image (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Guruy_executes_Siyavush-f163-1430-Shahnama-large.htm)
f219 Rustam pulls the Khaqan of Chin from his elephant by lasso (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f219-Rustam_pulls_the_Khaqan_of_Chin_from_his_elephant_ by_lasso.htm)
f257 Barzu wounds Rustam in combat (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f257-Barzu_wounds_Rustam_in_combat.htm)
f393 Isfandiyar's 1st labour, he fights the wolves (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f393-Isfandiyars_1st_labour-he_fights_the_wolves.htm)
f604 Bahram Chubina defeats the army of Sava Shah (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f604-Bahram_Chubina_defeats_the_army_of_Sava_Shah.htm)

MIRROR SITE:

Baysunghur's Shahnama, 1430 (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-Shahnama.htm)

f3v Frontispiece (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f3v-frontispiece.htm)
f4r 2nd Frontispiece (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f4r-frontispiece.htm)
f163 Guruy executes Siyavush (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Guruy_executes_Siyavush-f163-1430-Shahnama.htm) & larger image (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Guruy_executes_Siyavush-f163-1430-Shahnama-large.htm)
f219 Rustam pulls the Khaqan of Chin from his elephant by lasso (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f219-Rustam_pulls_the_Khaqan_of_Chin_from_his_elephant_ by_lasso.htm)
f257 Barzu wounds Rustam in combat (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f257-Barzu_wounds_Rustam_in_combat.htm)
f393 Isfandiyars 1st labour, he fights the wolves (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f393-Isfandiyars_1st_labour-he_fights_the_wolves.htm)
f604 Bahram Chubina defeats the army of Sava Shah (http://greatestbattles.iblogger.org/Persia/Timurid/Baysunghur-f604-Bahram_Chubina_defeats_the_army_of_Sava_Shah.htm)


Druzhina
sites of wargaming interest (http://warfare.uphero.com/Persia/Timurid/index.htm)

druzhina
02-04-2013, 08:33
Pictures of Southern India from 'Oriental Memoirs' by James Forbes, 1813 (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-Oriental_Memoirs.htm)
http://ogimages.bl.uk/images/019/019XZZ0000455C8U00041000%5BSVC1%5D.jpg
. An Indian Hackeree, drawn by Guzerat Oxen, with the Costume of different Casts in Hindostan from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1807 (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-17.htm)
. A Mahomedan of Distinction with a Dervise on his Pilgrimage (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-19.htm)
. Parsees at Bombay (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-20.htm)
. The Conclusion of the Cheeta Hunt at Cambay, from an original drawing by Lady Malet (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-28.htm)
. Hill Fort on the Island of Caranjah (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-40.htm)
. Ragonath Row Ballajee; Pundit Purdhan, Peshwa of the Mahratta Empire (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-41.htm)
. The Mahratta Peshwa, and his ministers at Poonah. Drawn from an original sketch belonging to Sir Charles Malet Bart. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-42.htm)
. Mohman Khaun, Nabob of Cambay (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-44.htm)
. A Foot Soldier in the usual Costume of the Native Indians (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-46.htm)
. A Mahratta Horseman, Sketched in the Camp (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-47.htm)
. Peasants at a well in Hindostan. Sketched by Baron de Montalembert, 1807 (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-60.htm)
. Hindoo Devotees, of the Gosanee & Jetty Tribes (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-66.htm)
. A Jungam and a Byragee, Hindoo Devotees (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-67.htm)
. A Coolie Chieftain (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-74.htm)
. A Gracia Chieftain or Rajah, with his Suarree or usual attendants, from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1783 (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-83.htm)
. View of Onore Fort after the Seige in 1783 (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/Forbes-91.htm)

MIRROR SITE:

'Oriental Memoirs' by James Forbes, 1813 (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-Oriental_Memoirs.htm)
. An Indian Hackeree, drawn by Guzerat Oxen, with the Costume of different Casts in Hindostan from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1807 (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-17.htm)
. A Mahomedan of Distinction with a Dervise on his Pilgrimage (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-19.htm)
. Parsees at Bombay (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-20.htm)
. The Conclusion of the Cheeta Hunt at Cambay, from an original drawing by Lady Malet (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-28.htm)
. Hill Fort on the Island of Caranjah (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-40.htm)
. Ragonath Row Ballajee; Pundit Purdhan, Peshwa of the Mahratta Empire (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-41.htm)
. The Mahratta Peshwa, and his ministers at Poonah. Drawn from an original sketch belonging to Sir Charles Malet Bart. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-42.htm)
. Mohman Khaun, Nabob of Cambay (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-44.htm)
. A Foot Soldier in the usual Costume of the Native Indians (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-46.htm)
. A Mahratta Horseman, Sketched in the Camp (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-47.htm)
. Peasants at a well in Hindostan. Sketched by Baron de Montalembert, 1807 (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-60.htm)
. Hindoo Devotees, of the Gosanee & Jetty Tribes (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-66.htm)
. A Jungam and a Byragee, Hindoo Devotees (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-67.htm)
. A Coolie Chieftain (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-74.htm)
. A Gracia Chieftain or Rajah, with his Suarree or usual attendants, from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1783 (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-83.htm)
. View of Onore Fort after the Seige in 1783 (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Forbes-91.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/MysoreWars/index.htm)

druzhina
02-07-2013, 04:47
Napoleonic Links

The Prusso-Saxon Army at Jena 14th October 1806 by Peter Hofschröer. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Jena/ThePrusso-SaxonArmyAtJenaByPeterHofschroer.htm)
Infantry Skirmishing in the Napoleonic Wars by Peter Hofschröer. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Jena/InfantrySkirmishingInTheNapoleonicWarsByPeterHofsc hroer.htm)
Napoleonic Skirmishing In Practice by Peter Hofschröer. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Jena/NapoleonicSkirmishingInPracticeByPeterHofschroer.h tm)
The White Uniforms of the French Army, 1806-1807 Described by Guy C. Dempsey Jr., illustrated by R. J. Marrion. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Jena/FrenchWhiteUniforms1806-7.htm)
Spanish Napoleonic Uniforms (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Spanish/SpanishNapoleonicUniforms.htm) & Spanish Uniforms of Joseph Bonaparte's Army (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Spanish/SpanishNapoleonicUniforms-Joseph.htm)
Uniforms Of Spanish Units At Talavera (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Spain/Generals.htm)
Uniforms of Archduke Charles' Legion by Ken Bunger (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Wagram/Archduke_Charles_Legion.htm)
Map and Orders of Battle for Wagram 1809 from Armies On The Danube by Bowden & Tarbox (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Wagram/Wagram.htm)
The Great Cavalry Battle Of Liebertwolkwitz (14th October, 1813) by Peter Hofschröer. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Liebertwolkwitz/Liebertwolkwitz-ByHofschroer.htm)
Full corrected OCR text of "1815, Waterloo" by Henry Houssaye, 1905. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/1815WaterlooByHoussaye.htm)
Netherlands Infantry Uniforms 1813 to 1831 (http://warfare2.netai.net/DutchInfantryUniforms.htm), (or in Dutch (http://warfare2.netai.net/Afbeeldingen_Infanterie.htm)).
Full corrected OCR text of "The battle of Wavre and Grouchy's retreat; a study of an obscure part of the Waterloo campaign" by Hyde Kelly 1905. (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Wavre/WavreByHydeKelly.htm) Includes 3 maps (2.7MB).
. Map of Wavre by Johnston (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Wavre/Map of Wavre by Johnston.htm) (0.8MB).
. Map of Wavre by Siborne (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Map of Wavre by Siborne.htm) (1.9MB).
Pictures of Buildings on the Waterloo Battlefield (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Waterloo/WaterlooBuildings.htm) including:
. Belle Alliance and la Haie Sainte (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Waterloo/Belle_Alliance-la_Haie_Sainte.htm)
. Frischermont, Papelotte and Plancenoit (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Waterloo/WaterlooBuildings/FrischermontPapelottePlancenoit.htm)
. Hougoumont (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Waterloo/WaterlooBuildings/Hougoumont.htm)


MIRROR SITES:

The Prusso-Saxon Army at Jena 14th October 1806 by Peter Hofschröer. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/ThePrusso-SaxonArmyAtJenaByPeterHofschroer.htm)
Infantry Skirmishing in the Napoleonic Wars by Peter Hofschröer. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/InfantrySkirmishingInTheNapoleonicWarsByPeterHofsc hroer.htm)
Napoleonic Skirmishing In Practice by Peter Hofschröer. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/NapoleonicSkirmishingInPracticeByPeterHofschroer.h tm)
The White Uniforms of the French Army, 1806-1807 Described by Guy C. Dempsey Jr., illustrated by R. J. Marrion. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/FrenchWhiteUniforms1806-7.htm)
Spanish Napoleonic Uniforms. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Spain/SpanishNapoleonicUniforms.htm) & Spanish Uniforms of Joseph Bonaparte's Army (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/SpainSpanishNapoleonicUniforms-Joseph.htm)
Uniforms Of Spanish Units At Talavera (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Spain/Generals.htm)
Uniforms of Archduke Charles' Legion by Ken Bunger (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Archduke_Charles_Legion.htm)
Map and Orders of Battle for Wagram 1809 from Armies On The Danube by Bowden & Tarbox (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Wagram.htm)
The Great Cavalry Battle Of Liebertwolkwitz (14th October, 1813) by Peter Hofschröer. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Liebertwolkwitz-ByHofschroer.htm)
Full corrected OCR text of "1815, Waterloo" by Henry Houssaye, 1905. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/1815WaterlooByHoussaye.htm)
Netherlands Infantry Uniforms 1813 to 1831 (http://warfare.likamva.in/DutchInfantryUniforms.htm), (or in Dutch (http://warfare.likamva.in/Afbeeldingen_Infanterie.htm)).
Full corrected OCR text of "The battle of Wavre and Grouchy's retreat; a study of an obscure part of the Waterloo campaign" by Hyde Kelly 1905. (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/WavreByHydeKelly.htm) Includes 3 maps (2.7MB).
. Map of Wavre by Johnston (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Map of Wavre by Johnston.htm) (0.8MB).
. Map of Wavre by Siborne (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Map of Wavre by Siborne.htm) (1.9MB).
Pictures of Buildings on the Waterloo Battlefield (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Waterloo/WaterlooBuildings.htm) including:
. Belle Alliance and la Haie Sainte (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Waterloo/Belle_Alliance-la_Haie_Sainte.htm)
. Frischermont, Papelotte and Plancenoit (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Waterloo/FrischermontPapelottePlancenoit.htm)
. Hougoumont (http://warfare.likamva.in/19C/Waterloo/Hougoumont.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/index.htm)

druzhina
02-08-2013, 23:32
Sogdian murals from Panjakent, 6th-8th Centuries (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C.htm)
Battle Scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C-1.htm)
Sogdian Armoured Cavalry (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C-2.htm)
Sogdians on foot and mounted (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C-3.htm)
Sogdians seated (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C-4.htm)
Sogdians discussing (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C-5.htm)
Sogdian holding a flower (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_murals_from_Panjakent-6-8C-6.htm)

Iranian Dish with a Horsearcher Hunting, c.8th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/StPetersburg-Dish_with_hunting_scene.htm)
Drawing of, and notes on, a Sogdian Horse Archer by Ian Heath (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Dark_Ages-95-Sogdian_Horse_Archer.htm)

See also Sogdian New Year Festival, Bas Relief, Anyang, Henan, 6th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_New_Year_Festival.htm) & large image (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_New_Year_Festival-large.htm)

and Cup with horseman, Khwarezm c.7th to beginning of the 8th Century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/StPetersburg-Cup_with_horseman.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/index.htm)

druzhina
02-10-2013, 05:40
18th & 19th Century Württemberg Uniform Plates by Leo Ignaz von Stadlinger (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8561&d=1360474376

Stadlinger Plate 1: Generals 1638-1806 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-01-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 2: Generals 1825-1851 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-02-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 3: General and aide, adjutant of the King 1806-1854 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-03-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 4: Quartermaster General Staff, Pioneer Company 1806-54 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-04-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 5: Military college 1714-1849 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-05-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 6: Honorary Invalid Corps, Landjäger 1817-49 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-06-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 7: Leibgarde Horse 1660-1776 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-07-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 8: Leibgarde Horse 1776-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-08-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 9: Leibgarde Horse 1821-1854 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-09-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 10: Guard Light Cavalry Sqn 1759-1815 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-10-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 11: Guard Light Cavalry Sqn 1817-1854 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-11-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 12: Foot Artillery 1735-1811 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-12-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 13: Foot Artillery 1813-1849 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-13-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 14: Horse Artillery 1784-1813 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-14-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 15: Horse Artillery 1813-1849 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-15-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 16: 1st Cavalry Regiment 1663-1775 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-16-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 17: 1st Cavalry Regiment 1792-1820 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-17-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 18: 2nd Cavalry Regiment 1805-1820 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-18-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 19: 3rd Cavalry Regiment 1809-1820 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-19-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 20: 4th Cavalry Regiment 1805-1820 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-20-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 21: Several regiments of cavalry. NCOs, trumpeters & standard bearers 1821-1852 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-21-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 22: 1st Infantry Regiment 1638-1767 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-22-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 23: 1st Infantry Regiment 1792-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-23-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 24: 2nd Infantry Regiment 1792-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-24-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 25: 3rd Infantry Regiment 1716-1788 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-25-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 26: 3rd Infantry Regiment 1794-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-26-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 27: 4th Infantry Regiment 1806-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-27-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 28: Jager Btn, 5th Infantry Regiment 1799-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-28-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 29: 6th Infantry Regiment 1803-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-29-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 30: 7th Infantry Regiment, Disciplinary Compagnie 1760-1821 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-30-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 31: 8th Infantry Regiment 1745-1817 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-31-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 32: Several infantry regiments. NCOs, drummer & standard bearer. 1821-1851 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-32-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 33: Cavalry regiments and corps. [37] Bouwinghausen Hussar Regiment, [28] Phull Dragoons, [33] Noble Guard, [35] Jäger-Regiment No. 5 1758-1813 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-33-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 34: Infantry regiments. [37] Foot Guards in 1687, [57] Seckendorff Regiment [58] Stockmayer Infantry Regiment 1687-1814 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-34-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 35: Infantry regiments. [46] and [52] Regiment Prince Louis, [56] Kapregiment, [36] Foot Guards 1752-1814 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-35-large.htm)
Stadlinger Plate 36: Grenadier battalions. [51], [53], [60b] and [60d] in Silesia 1757, [60e] and [60g] Leib or household grenadier battalions 1757-1761 (http://warfare2.netai.net/19C/Stadlinger-36-large.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://marmon-herrington.iblogger.org/menu.htm)

druzhina
02-12-2013, 23:44
Asiatic Heavy Cavalrymen
Armoured Avar? Cavalryman on a plate from Isola Rizza, 7th-8th centuries (http://warfare.uphero.com/Hungary/Avar_plate.htm)

A drawing of an Avar? Rock Carving at Seljek, Siberia (http://warfare.uphero.com/Ancient/Avar_carving-Seljek-Siberia.htm)
Armoured Magyar? horseman and captive, 9th-10th century on a cup from Nagyszentmiklós (http://warfare.uphero.com/Hungary/Magyar_horseman_and_captive-large.htm)
Drawings of, and notes on, Asiatic Heavy Cavalrymen by Ian Heath (http://warfare.uphero.com/Ancient/Dark_Ages-85-88-Asiatic_Heavy_Cavalrymen.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Ancient Soldiers (http://warfare.uphero.com/Ancient/Ancient.htm)

edyzmedieval
02-13-2013, 11:21
Some great links right here, some of them are real gems. Thank you druzhina!

druzhina
02-13-2013, 23:27
Some great links right here, some of them are real gems. Thank you druzhina!

Thanks edyzmedieval.

An Anglo-Saxon drawing from the 'Caedmon manuscript', c.1000
Eber and his men drive cattle and found a city (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Caedmon-p81.htm)

The 'Life of St. Aubin'. Made in Angers, France.
Saint Aubin defends Guérande, end of the 11th century (http://warfare.likamva.in/6C-11C/Aubin_defendant_Guerande-11C-large.htm)


Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
02-15-2013, 22:45
Mounted Hunters on an Umayyad Casket from Cordoba, c.966-968 (http://warfare.atspace.eu/Ancient/Umayyad-David-Casket.htm) & large image (http://warfare.atspace.eu/Ancient/Umayyad-David-Casket-large.htm)

Soldiers on a Moorish Casket from Cuenca, Spain, c.1049AD (http://warfare.atspace.eu/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket.htm), Lower row of carving (http://warfare.atspace.eu/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket-lower.htm) & Upper row of carving (http://warfare.atspace.eu/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket-upper.htm)

MIRROR SITE
Mounted Hunters on an Umayyad Casket from Cordoba, c.966-968 (http://warfare.uphero.com/Ancient/Umayyad-David-Casket.htm) & large image (http://warfare.uphero.com/Ancient/Umayyad-David-Casket-large.htm)

Soldiers on a Moorish Casket from Cuenca, Spain, c.1049AD (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket.htm), Lower row of carving (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket-lower.htm) & Upper row of carving (http://warfare.uphero.com/Medieval2/Cuenca_casket-upper.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://greatest-battles.webs.com/GB/Spanish/index.htm)

druzhina
02-16-2013, 01:43
Carolingian soldiers from the Stuttgart Psalter, Paris, 1st half of the 9th century.
{Edit: link went dead}

This is probably the source used by Ian Heath for most of the Carolingians in Armies of the Dark Ages 600-1066.
I would be interested in English captions for these, particulary which biblical people are portrayed as horse-archers.

I haven't been able to include a link to the manuscript at the museum because of the [] characters used.

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
02-17-2013, 22:35
German Soldiers in Eneit, or Aeneasroman, by Heinrich von Veldeke, Germany 1215 (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-1215.htm)
Ascanius shoots the tame stag of Silviane (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-32r.htm)
Knights & infantry of Turnus (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-34v.htm)
Combat of Pallas and Turnus (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-50r.htm)
Turnus strikes down Pallas (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-50v.htm)
Turnus cuts the archer's head off (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-52v.htm)
Combat of Turnus & Camille (http://warfare2.netai.net/13/Eneit-59r.htm)

MIRROR SITE
German Soldiers in Eneit, or Aeneasroman, by Heinrich von Veldeke, Germany 1215 (http://warfare.likamva.in/13/Eneit-1215.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
02-21-2013, 07:05
A horse archer in an Umayyad floor painting, Qasr al-Hayr al-Gharbi c.724-43AD (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Qasr_al-Hayr_al-Gharbi-floor_painting-Horse_archer.htm)
A larger image of the Qasr al-Hayr al-Gharbi floor painting with musicians and hunting scene (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Qasr_al-Hayr_al-Gharbi-floor_painting.htm)
A drawing of, and notes on, a Khorasanian Horse Archer by Ian Heath, based on this floor painting. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/WRG/Dark_Ages-107-Khorasanian_Horse_Archer.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)

druzhina
02-25-2013, 02:45
Tokharians and Uighurs of the Central Asian City States in Frescos from Karashahr {Qarasahr} (between Kucha & Turfan)
(http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Tarim_Basin.htm)

Portions of stucco relief figures, front wall decoration of Buddhist shrines, 'Ming-oi' Site, Kara-shahr (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Karashahr_stucco_figures.htm)
Armoured Cavalrymen from Ðôrèuq at Karasahr (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Karashahr_City_cave.htm)
Clay figure. Armoured Cavalryman from Ðôrèuq at Qarasahr. 8th Century(?) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Karashahr_armoured_cavalryman.htm)
Armoured Men in a Mural from Karashahr (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Karashahr_armoured_men.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8687&d=1362474149

Wall Paintings from a Christian Temple, Chotscho, Tarim Basin (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Chotscho_christian_temple.htm)
Warriors in Temple No. 9, Bäzäklik (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Bazaklik-Temple_9-Main.htm)
Donors in Temple 1, Bezeklik (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Bazaklik-Temple_1.htm)
Pranidhi scene No. 6, Temple No. 9, Bezeklik (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Bazaklik-Temple_9-Scene_6.htm)
Pranidhi scene No. 14, Temple No. 9, Bezeklik (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Bazaklik-Temple_9-Scene_14.htm)
Cavalryman in the city on the Yâr (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Tarim-Yar_cavalryman.htm)
Leg Armour & Stirrup from Chotscho (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Chotscho_Leg_armour.htm)
Manichaean Silk Painting from Chotscho showing armoured warriors (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Chotscho_silk_painting.htm)
Wall painting of Warriors from Tumshuk (near Turfan) (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Tumshuk_warriors.htm)

An armoured bodhisattva from Mucilinda cave, Tuyoq (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Tuyoq_Mucilinda_cave.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8715&d=1362698827
A horseman and camel-rider from Dandân-Uiliq at Khotan, Tarim Basin (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Khotan_LIX.htm)
A four armed Bodhisattva in Persian style costume from Dandân-Uiliq at Khotan, Tarim Basin (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Khotan_LXI.htm)
A horseman with offering bowl from Dandân-Uiliq at Khotan, Tarim Basin (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Khotan_LXII.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
03-04-2013, 06:56
A Sogdian Mortuary Couch, Bas Relief, Northern Qi dynasty, A.D. 550–577. (http://warfare2.likamva.in/Persia/Sogdian_Mortuary_Couch.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8678&d=1362380032

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
03-10-2013, 04:46
Illustrations from the Manuscript of the Pilgrimage of Arnold von Harff, 1496 to 1499 (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Harff-manuscript.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8735&d=1362885037

Illustrations from the 1860 edition of The pilgrimage of Arnold von Harff (http://warfare2.likamva.in/15/Harff-1860.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8736&d=1362885271

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
03-11-2013, 05:57
Byzantine plates of the reign of Herakleios with biblical characters in Roman costume & armour, early 7th century (http://warfare2.likamva.in/6-10/Herakleios_plates.htm)

Druzhina
Illustrations of Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
03-14-2013, 03:06
10th century Lombards in chainmail hauberk with round shield and spear. (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Exultet_beneventano-Lombards-10C.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8748&d=1363226706
Full image from Exultet Beneventano Ms. Vat. Lat. 9820 (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Exultet_beneventano-Lombards-10C-full.htm)

Lombard knights in an early 11th Century De rerum naturis (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Montecassino-Lombards-11C.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8753&d=1363349095

Lombard King Rotario Dictating the Law, Codex Legum Longobardorum, 11th century (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Codex_Legum_Langobardorum.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8994&d=1365647217

David in a Polirone Psalter, northern Italy, before 1086AD (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Polirone_Psalter-105v.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=8995&d=1365654188

'Charlemagne's chess set', Norman Southern Italy, end of the eleventh century (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/South_Italian_Chess_Pieces.htm)
. A large image of one of the knights (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/South_Italian_Chess_Knight-large.htm)
Italo-Norman Heavy Cavalryman by Ian Heath based on these chess pieces (http://warfare2.netai.net/6C-11C/Dark_Ages-134-Italo_Norman.htm)
http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=9020&d=1366075007

Druzhina
Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.likamva.in/index.htm)

druzhina
03-23-2013, 09:00
Wood carvings of scenes of the Conquest of Granada on the Choir Stalls in Toledo Cathedral (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria.htm)
http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=272648&d=1364022552 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria-4.htm)
http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=272649&d=1364022557 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria-5.htm)
http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=272650&d=1364022562 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria-7.htm)
http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=272651&d=1364022571 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria-8.htm)
http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=272652&d=1364022577 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria-9.htm)
http://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=272653&d=1364022584 (http://warfare2.netai.net/15/Coro-Catedral-Toledo-silleria-10.htm)

Druzhina
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druzhina
03-27-2013, 23:57
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Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers (http://warfare2.netai.net/index.htm)