Medieval Warfare Magazine Volume VII Issue 6 features:
As Byzantine Emperor, Basil II “the Bulgar-Slayer” gained a reputation as a fierce general. Before his infamous conquest of Bulgaria, he clashed with the Fatimid Caliphate on several occasions, marching through Syria with a formidable army at his command and frustrating the Fatimids.
Theme: Frustrating the Fatimids: Basil ll and the conquest of Syria
- Historical introduction – Andrei Pogacias, 'The rule of Basil II'.
- Jacopo Franceschini, 'The Fatimids at war'.
- The Source – Murray Dahm, 'Basil II and the De Re Militari'.
- Sidney Dean, 'The Varangian Guard vs the Mamluks'.
- Raffaele d'Amato, 'The armour and equipment of 11th century Cataphracts'.
- Vassilis Pergalias, 'Force marching through Anatolia: the relief of Aleppo'.
- Special – Brian Burfield, 'A medieval christmas tale from the siege of Rouen'.
- The Castle – Gareth Williams, 'The longest siege in British history: the Siege of Harlech Castle'.
- The Battle – Sander Govaerts, 'Medieval handguns and their use in a rural revolt: The Companions of the Green Tente.'
- The Warrior – Sean McGlynn, 'Eustace the Monk: a medieval pirate'.
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