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ELI 167 Scottish Renaissance Army 1513–1550

ELI 167 Scottish Renaissance Army 1513–1550
Autor: Jonathan Cooper
Data publikacji: 2008-11-10
ISBN: 9781846033254
Wydawca: OSPREY
Język: angielski
Wymiary: 248 x 184mm
Oprawa: miękka
Liczba stron: 64
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This book details the armies of what is known as ‘the Rough Wooing’ – the most active period of Scottish warfare, which saw conflicts against both the English Tudor monarchs, and notable internal struggles between the Stuart kings and their unruly lords in the Highlands. Militarily, this covers an important transition period, from medieval to Renaissance armies, the spread of firearms, the involvement of foreign mercenaries, and revolutionary tactics that included early instances of the classic Highland Clan charge. The author analyses these changes and the colourful costumes, armour and heraldry worn, as well as the major battles of the period. Ultimately, this was a time of great success for the Scots. By the fall of Lauder in 1550, the English had lost every fortress north of the border. Scotland’s independence was secure and 50 years later King James VI of Scotland became the first Stuart king of England.

Contents
[headline] CONTENTS INTRODUCTION CAMPAIGNS & BATTLES * Flodden , 1513 – Linlithgow Bridge, 1526 – Loch Lochy, 1544 – Ancrum Moor, 1545 – Pinkie Cleugh, 1547 RECRUITMENT & ORGANIZATION * Retinues and levies * Organization in the field TACTICS * ‘In the Manner of Almayns’ * Sieges * Raiding * The Highlands EQUIPMENT & WEAPONS * Armour * Infantry weapons: polearms – swords – bows – handguns * Cavalry: heavy horse – light horse * Artillery * Identification: banners and standards – badges and field signs ‘THE AULD ALLIANCE’ * Franco-Scottish collaboration SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY PLATE COMMENTARIES INDEX

Jonathan  Cooper was born in 1965 in Halifax, Nova Scotia and educated in Cannock, Staffordshire. He served in the Merchant Navy and in the Royal Air Force , before becoming a project manager in the financial services industry. His previous work includes the first in-depth study of his hometown battle at Linlithgow Bridge. He is currently studying for a MLitt in Battlefield Archaeology at Glasgow University.



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