UHORSKÉ VOJENSTVO VO VRCHOLNOM STREDOVEKU SO ZRETEĽOM NA VLÁDU ĽUDOVÍTA I. VEĽKÉHO
Hungarian warfare in the high middle ages with reference to the reign of Louis I, the Great
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The study deals with several aspects of the medieval warfare in Hungary, with focus on the reign of Louis I of Anjou (1342 – 1382). The author pays attention to the legislative and legal framework of the militarism during the reign of the Anjous and the leading terms of banderium and insurrection in the context of the military-historical development. Further, the study observes the key features of the strategy and the system of land defence as well as the trends and changes in organisation, armament and equipment of the Hungarian military forces in the period from the 2nd half of the 13th century until the end of the 14th century. The topic of knighthood is also mentioned. In the closing part of the study, the military activities of King Louis I against Neapol and the Republic of Venice, against the Lithuanians and Tatars as well as in the Balkans are presented based on the source documents.
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