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Medieval Warfare VIII.5 with The Umayyad Caliphate versus the Byzantine Empire (674-718)
Before its fall in 1453, Constantinople would be subjected to numerous sieges, including two early offensives by the Umayyad Caliphate in the 7th and 8th centuries.
Theme: The Umayyad Caliphate against the Byzantine Empire (674-718)
- Peter Konieczny, 'Against the Empire - The Arabs bring war to Byzantium.'
- Georgios Theotokis, '"They did the same thing for seven years" - Was Constantinople besieged in 674-78?'
- Randall Moffett, 'Defenders of the Empire - The Byzantine soldier in the eighth century.'
- Georgios Chatzelis, 'Knowledge that kills - Byzantine military manuals and warfare.'
- Michael Edward Stewart, '"A furious storm fell upon them" - The Arab siege of Constantinople, 717-718.'
- Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'The first chemical weapon? - Playing with Greek Fire'
- 'Readings: Byzantium during the rise of Islam.'
- Alexander R. Brondarbit, 'The siege of Harlech castle - Resistance in Wales during the Wars of the Roses.'
- Kyle C. Lincoln, 'An innumerable multitude of livestock - An archbishop and his cavalry.'
- Stephen Turnbull, 'The king of Spain's samurai - Fighting for the Philippines in the 16th century.'
- Leigh Whaley, 'Controversial treatments - The surgeons who tried to change Medieval battlefield surgery.'
- Murray Dahm, 'A band of Merry Men - Douglas Fairbanks' 1922 Robin Hood.'