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Defending Renaissance Italy

The Innovative Culture of Italian Military Engineers.

Fortifications of the Great Siege

This 40-minute video documentary, produced by www.militaryarchitecture.com on the occasion of the 450 anniversary of the Great Siege, takes a look at the fortications of the Hospitaller Knights of St. John in 1565.

Malatesta Fortresses and Castles

The territory around Rimini is flat only in part.

Maxim Gorky Naval Battery, Sevastopol

After disastrous war with Japan in 1904-1905 Russian Imperial government decided to upgrade coastal defenses of the Sevastopol Navy Base in Crimea with two huge armored naval gun batteries.

prehistoric defensive settlement patterns in Manatuto

The appearance and persistence of late prehistoric defensive settlement patterns in Manatuto, Timor Léste

The Construction of Fort Negley

Fort Negley's historical story lies in its design and construction history, not in its military engagements.

Evolution of siege techniques

From the Catholic Monarchs to Vauban.

Characterization of the Ball Game in Walled Settlements

In research on the implementation of the ball game in the historic centers, there have been similarities between spaces, where the game has been implemented in the walled settlements,

The Redoubts of West Point

By the middle part of the Eighteenth Century, military art and science was an advanced field of study.

The Role of Castles

In the political and military history of the Crusader States and the Levant1187 to 1380.   

Military Architecture in Minorca

Defences for the Island of Minorca already appear in its earliest history.

Aspects of the archaeology of the castle in the north of England

This thesis is an examination of the archaeological, historical and landscape contexts of the Norman castle in the northern counties

Civil War Earthworks at Fort Blakeley

The public history project described herein was performed at Blakeley Historic Park, Alabama.

Arx Occasional Papers - Hospitaller Gunpowder Magazines

The second issue of ARX Occasional Papers (2012) is dedicated to a detailed exposition of the Magasins à Poudre and other military storehouses built by the Knights of the Order of St John in the Maltese islands

Studies in Roman Republican Topography

The Servian Wall and the Porta Triumphalis.

Assyrian Military Practices

And Deuteronomy's Laws of Warfare.

Reappraisals in English Castle-study

Cultural realities and reappraisals in English castle-study.

Acrocorinth in 1668

Acrocorinth in 1668 - A Turkish Account

Fortifications of Cadiz

Founded by the Phoenicians as Gadir around 1100BC, Cadiz is thought to be the oldest town in Spain.

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