By David Edge
Hands & Armor of the Medieval Knight: An Illustrated historical past of Weaponry within the center a long time КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ hands & Armor of the Medieval Knight: An Illustrated background of Weaponry within the heart a while (Вооружение и доспехи средневековых рыцарей) Год выпуска: 1991Автор: David facet, John Miles PaddockЖанр: Военная история, УниформологияИздательство: Crescent BooksISBN: 0-517-64468-1Формат: PDF - RAR - seventy two mbРазмер файла: eighty mbКачество: Отсканированные страницы, хорошееКоличество страниц: 188Язык: Английский Описание: Книга рассказывает об эволюции вооружения и доспехов средневековых рыцарей с момента зарождения рыцарства до его заката.Издание содержит большое количество прекрасных цветных и ч/б фотографий средневековых скульптур, иллюстраций из рукописей, картин и подлинных предметов. скачать - ifolderзеркало: скачать - зеркало: скачать - uploadbox зеркало:скачать - importing eighty five
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54 Yet even those involved in legitimate warfare were normally regarded as committing a sin (although not a crime) when they killed others. In contrast, it was not necessarily a sin to kill people in the course of holy war. 55 By the late eleventh century holy war was being depicted by ecclesiastical writers as bringing a reward from God, such as forgiveness of past sins. The theological thinking behind this was complex, and the ﬁner details were probably beyond the understanding of most warriors: so what follows is a very simple outline.
So, for example, as King Alfonso X of Castile (d. 1284) incorporated translated sections of Vegetius’s work into his political manuals,18 we might conclude that the king was using Vegetius as a guide in his own military activity. Alternatively, we might conclude simply that Vegetius’s opinions lent the king’s work classical authority and demonstrated his learning. Eleanor of Castile (d. 1291) commissioned a translation of Vegetius’s De re militari as a present for her husband, King Edward I of England (d.
The ﬁrst was derived largely from Vegetius, and hence from classical, pagan, Roman writings on warfare, while the second developed from a mixture of classical, Germanic and Christian thinking. Nevertheless, both aspects came together in the body of military guidelines and standards of behaviour now labelled as ‘chivalry’. As this body of military guidelines and standards is fundamental to what follows in later chapters, it is necessary to consider it at some length here. 1 He was not himself a soldier but a bureaucrat, although he does seem to have been an expert on horse breeding.
Arms & Armor of the Medieval Knight: An Illustrated History of Weaponry in the Middle Ages by David Edge