The myth of the motte and bailey castle in Scotland
An assessment of medieval earthwork fortifications in Scotland and their relationship to traditional Anglo-Norman motte and bailey castles, and earlier Scottish sites....
This year, 2016, marks the third centenary since the completion of the Hospitaller Knights' ambitious programme of coastal defences embarked upon in 1714-1716
Military Architecture.com is happy to announce that the first phase of an ambitious project which seeks to create 3D computer simulations of ALL the fortifications built, occupied, or adapted by the Hospitaller Knights
A new, beautifully-produced book containing eighteenth-century plans and elevations of the fortifications built and projected by the Hospitaller Knights of St. John in the Maltese islands has recently been published jointly by the International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta and Malta Libraries.
Public lecture by Dr Stephen C. Spiteri PhD organised by the International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta, in collaboration with Din l-Art Helwa.
MilitaryArchitecture.com is working to issue its online publications on the fortifications and military architecture of the Hospitaller Knights of the Order of St. John,