1453: The Conquest of Constantinople

2016 Medieval Warfare Special Edition

The 2014 Medieval Warfare Special issue is entirely dedicated - all 84 pages - to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453. It's like a normal issue, except it'll have more pages, more articles, more maps and more illustrations!
Publication date:
February 2015
Publisher :
Karwansaray Publishers
Editor :
Dirk van Gorp
Language:
English
Illustration :
95
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9789490258108

Dimensions : 295 X 210 cm
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£14.99

Overview
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• This volume collects a number of articles on the 1453 capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks.

The 2014 Medieval Warfare Special issue is entirely dedicated - all 84 pages - to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453. It's like a normal issue, except it'll have more pages, more articles, more maps and more illustrations! Medieval Warfare Special 2014: 1453 - The Conquest of Constantinople with:

- Eugenia Russel, Historical introduction - the destruction of the Oikoumeni
- Kenneth Cline, Constantine XI - no room to maneuver
- Murat Özveri, Mehmed ‘the Conqueror' - A sultan of paradoxes
- Nicola Bergamo, Venice, Genoa and Byzantium - difficult ‘trio'
- Konstantin Nossov, The walls of Constantinople
- Stephen Bennett & Nils Visser, The Conquest of Constantinople
- Murray Dahm, Fallout - Contemporary reactions to the loss of Constantinople
- Lukasz Rozycki, The fall of the Old World through the eyes of the "Polish janissary”
- Raffaele D'Amato, The last defenders - the Roman army
- Vassilis Pergalias, The final opponents - the Ottoman army
- Ben Sheppard, Aftermath