In the Middle Ages, warfare meant tactics, strategy, and a hefty dose of cunning. This week, Danièle speaks with James Titterton about the place of deception in medieval warfare and the morality of tricking your enemies.
James Titterton recently completed his PhD with the University of Leeds. You can learn more about his research on his Academia.edu page or follow him on Twitter @jtitterton88
James’ book, Deception in Medieval Warfare: Trickery and Cunning in the Central Middle Ages, is published by Boydell & Brewer. Click here to buy it on Amazon.com.
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Top Image: BNF MS Francais 1581 fol. 6v
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