RAIDING AND EARLY MEDIEVAL WARFARE II

How a Dyke could Counter Raiding In 1959, Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Burne published a paper arguing that Offa’s Dyke was more likely to be a military structure than an agreed frontier as Fox had suggested. Burne suggested that the reason why there were English settlements west of the dyke was that as an unmanned defensive structure, […]

RAIDING AND EARLY MEDIEVAL WARFARE II

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