Technology of manufacture of firearms in the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia: gun barrels and metal projectilesBy Grzegorz ZabinskiFasciculi Archaeologiae Historicae, Vol.27 (2015)Abstract: The paper focuses on two issues related to the manufacture of firearms in the state of the Teutonic Order in Prussia: the technology of gun barrels and metal projectiles.
Historical Re-enactments: The Production and Design of Viking Festival ExperiencesBy Deimantė Jurevičiūtė and Waleed MuhammadMaster’s Thesis, University of Stavanger, 2014Abstract: Viking Age is a fascinating story, history – it’s international and everybody knows about it. The Viking tourism has grown since the 70’s and has its origins in the wider development of heritage tourism in Europe.
A Hospitaller Consilium (1274) and the Explanations Advanced by Military Orders for Problems Confronting them in the Holy Land in the Later Thirteenth CenturyBy Alan ForeyOrdines Militares: Colloquia Torunensia Historica / Yearbook for the Study of the Military Orders, Vol. 16 (2011)Introduction: In 1977 an allegedly unedited document from the Archives Départementales des Bouches-du-Rhône was published, which provided advice about what should be said on behalf of the writer’s military order at the Council of Lyon in 1274.
Hastings: An Unusual BattleBy Stephen MorilloThe Haskins Society Journal, Vol. 2 (1990)Introduction: Historians have refought the battle of Hastings regularly since the days of Freeman and Round, and its importance justifies the attention paid it. Part of the reason academic warriors have covered the ground so often is that the battle is by no means easy to understand.
JM WAVE was the Central Intelligence Agency station in Florida. Located south of Miami in a heavily wooded 1,571-acre tract. The numerous buildings were said to belong to Zenith Technological Enterprises.