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Le formateur et son public dans le cadre de l’élaboration d’une simulation de type wargame sur plateau

Schreibe, I. (2009). Challenges for game designers . Course Technology, Boston. [Caillois, 1958] Caillois, R. (1958). Les jeux et les hommes . Gallimard, Boston. [Caïra, 2007] Caïra, O. (2007). Jeux de rôle : Les forges de la fiction . CNRS Editions, Paris. [Chamberland and Provost, 1996] Chamberland, G. and Provost, G. (1996). Jeu, simulation et jeu de rôle . Presses universitaires du Québec, Cap Saint-Ignace. [Drury, 2013] Drury, C. (2013). It’s a whole different game of toy soldiers as women go to war. The Times . [Dunnigan, 2000

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Arming shoes of the fifteenth century


Military footwear for the fifteenth century includes arming shoes worn under sabatons. Written sources suggest arming shoes and footwear used for fighting were ordinary shoes adapted for the purpose. Archaeological footwear was examined for signs of such modifications. Medieval shoe technology is presented, showing the range of footwear and its uses and gait biomechanics. Based on experiences from re-enactors wearing armours, medieval shoe styles are discussed for appropriateness as arming shoes. The question of why medieval military footwear shows no purposed development is addressed.

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Historical European Martial Art a crossroad between academic research, martial heritage re-creation and martial sport practices

: Freelance Academy Press, 2014). Miller, Heather Margaret-Louise, Archaeological Approaches to Technology (Amsterdam; Boston: Elsevier, 2007). Molloy, Barry, ed., The Cutting Edge: Studies in Ancient and Medieval Combat (Stroud: Tempus, 2007). Oakeshott, Ewart, European Weapons and Armour from the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution (London: Lutterworth, 1978). Oakeshott, Ewart, The Archaeology of Weapons. Arms and Armour from Prehistory to the Age of Chivalry (Woodbrige/Suffolk: Boyd ell, 1960). Outram, Alan K., ‘Introduction to

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HEMA in the map of science

References Abercrombie, R. K. - Udoeyop, A.W. - Schlicher, B.G. (2012): A study of scientometric methods to identify emerging technologies via modeling of milestones. Scientometrics, Volume 91, Issue 2, pp 327-342. Abramo, G - D’Angelo, C. A. - Di Costa, F (2012): Identifying Interdisciplinarity Through the Disciplinary Classification of Coauthors of Scientific Publications. Wiley Online Library ( DOI: 10.1002/asi.22647, pp. 2206-2222 Bridges, D (2004): The disciplines and discipline of

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Reaching Excellence: Staff Weapon Typologies, Contexts, and Fighting Techniques in the Collectanea of Pietro Monte

, Jacob Henry, ‘The Pollaxe c. 1350 – 1550’ (unpublished master’s dissertation, Cardiff University, 2016). DeVries, Kelly, Infantry Warfare in the Early Fourteenth Century: Discipline, Tactics, and Technology (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2000). Dupuis, Olivier, and Vincent Deluz, ‘Le Jeu de la Hache: A Critical Edition and Dating Discussion’, Acta Periodica Duellatorum , 5th ser., 1 (2017), 3–62. Dürer, Albrecht, Woodcuts and Wood Blocks , ed. by Walter L. Strauss (New York: Abaris Books, 1980). Ellehauge, Martin, Certain Phases in the Origin and

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The guild and the swordsman

, 1991. Wage Labor and Guilds in Medieval Europe, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Epstein, “Craft guilds in the pre-modern economy: a discussion”, 155-174 Firszt, Stanislaw, 1998. Urzbrojenie oddzialow miejskich w sredniowleczu n przykladzie miast slaskich, Archeoligia Historica Polona, volume 7, Turn: Uniwiersytet Mikolaja Kopernika Gies, J., 1995. Cathedral, Forge and Waterwheel: Technology and Invention in the Middle Ages. Harper Perennial. Guilds, Innovation and the European Economy

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The Bolognese Societates Armatae of the Late 13th Century

GAUDENZI, Augusto: Statuti delle Società del Popolo di Bologna, Roma 1889 GIES, Frances & Joseph: Cathedral, Forge and Waterwheel - Technology and Invention in the Middle Ages, HarperPerennial - New York 1995 GILLINGHAM, John: An Age of Expansion, c. 1020-1204, in: KEEN pages 59-88 HAVERKAMP, Alfred: Medieval Germany 1056-1273, second edition (translated by Helga Braun and Richard Mortimer), Oxford University Press - Oxford 1992 HOUSLEY, Norman: European Warfare, c. 1200-1320, in: KEEN pages 113

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On the Art of Fighting: A Humanist Translation of Fiore dei Liberi’s Flower of Battle Owned by Leonello D’Este

: Aristotle, Universals, and Technologies” in Can These Bones Come to Life: Historical European Martial Arts Vol. 1. (Wheaton IL: Freelance Academy Press, 2014), 30–37. Mondschein, Ken, “The Italian Schools of Fencing: Art, Science, and Pedagogy” in Late Medieval and Early Modern Fight Books: Transmission and Tradition of Martial Arts in Europe (14 th –17th Centuries) ed. Daniel Jaquet, Karin Verelst and Timothy Dawson (Leiden: Brill, 2016). Nickel, Helmut, “A Heraldic Note about the Portrait of Ladislaus, Count of Haag, by Hans Mielich,” Metropolitan

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