By David Nicolle, Graham Turner
A few historians divide heritage into sessions ruled by means of one civilisation. Greece, Rome, India, China, Western Europe and North the United States have all had their second within the solar, yet from the eighth to eleventh centuries the Islamic international led the best way. With various illustrations and images, together with 8 beautiful complete web page color plates by way of Graham Turner, this precious addition to Osprey's Men-at-Arms sequence by means of David Nicolle examines the recruitment, supplier, weaponry, dress and uniforms of the armies of the Caliphates from 862-1098.
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