Airfix Magazine Guide 09 Ancient Wargaming by Phil Barker

By Phil Barker

Для сайта:Мир книг КнигиAirfix journal advisor. those small A5-sized books have been hardback, in black/white and regularly looked as if it would function precisely sixty four pages, no matter what topic. The books have been first produced in 1974 and have been published at a time, frequently 4 a 12 months. a complete of 28 are recognized. They have been released via Patrick Stephens Ltd.

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But neck collars could also be used in moving prisoners, taking them to jail or elsewhere. 3 The offenders will in any case have been secured in some way that forced them to keep moving along with the soldiers. Neck collars could also be used in confined spaces. 4 In this case, as with the serf of Noblat, the victim’s fear of choking or suffocating was dwelt upon by the narrator. While neck collars were almost impossible to escape from without divine aid, their cruelty was only too obvious, which may explain why they are less often mentioned in sources later than the eleventh century.

Where storage space at ground level was needed, an obvious alternative was to keep prisoners at the top of the tower, from which escape would be difficult. 28 It had no window, so the prisoner whom St Foy chose to help had to find his way into the lord’s room next door before he could climb down, first the tower and then the very steep cliff side, then run away, still encumbered by his chains. That towers like this were no figments of the hagiographer’s imagination can be shown by later references in more sober works.

44 But their way of filling their coffers was far from unique in the period; indeed, in comparison with some other bandits, they treated 28 Captivity and Imprisonment in Medieval Europe, 1000–1300 their captives with deference. And most other victims of kidnap did not enjoy so sweet a revenge. Despite determined efforts to make travelling less hazardous for clerics or merchants, capturing men to obtain ransoms proved too lucrative to be easily stamped out of western Europe. Then there was a small but significant category of important people who were captured by their enemies in warfare.

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