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The relationship between knights (whether fighting mounted or dismounted) and other combatants in warfare, c.10501250

(identify precisely the other combatants, who could vary from combat situation to situationas could the ways knights fought, not all armed engagements were fought in the same way)

Orderic Vitalis’ account of the battle at Bougtheroulde in 1124

Galbert of Bruges’ account in “The Murder of Charles the Good” –

S. Morillo, Warfare under the Anglo-Norman Kings, 1066-1135 (1994)

S. Morillo, Hastings: an unusual battle, in The Battle of Hastings, ed. S. Morillo (1996)

M. Strickland, War and chivalry : the conduct and perception of war in England and Normandy,
1066-1217 (1996)

R. Rogers, Latin Siege Warfare in the Twelfth Century (1992)

J.F. Powers, A Society Organized for War: The Iberian Municipal Militias in the Central Middle Ages,
1000-1284 (1988): esp. ch 1 (1000-1157); on line at
or Powers more technical articles on organisation & devpt of Aragonese & Castilian urban militias
in Traditio, 26 (1970): 91-111, in Speculum 46 (1971): 641-655 [both on JSTOR] & in R.I. Burns, ed., The Worlds of Alfonso the Learned & James the Conqueror (1985) [Libro website]

N. Hooper & M. Bennett, The Cambridge Illustrated Atlas of Warfare: The Middle Ages (1996)

R.C. Smail, Crusading Warfare, 1097-1193, 2nd ed. (1995) [w/ bibliographical update by Ch. Marshall]