Medieval History Magazine
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The magazine was published by Harnois, a French publishing company, in association with the Royal Armouries. Published in the United Kingdom, it was marketed throughout Europe, Canada and the United States. The first issue had the cover-date of September 2003. It was published monthly, until lower-than-forecast subscriptions caused Harnois to withdraw their support from the title. The final issue (no. 17) was published in January 2005.
The first editor was Dr Philip Shaw, who helped to launch the magazine. His final issue was Issue 4, after which Dr Timothy Dawson took over. Dr Dawson remained until the magazine was finally withdrawn from sale. The editorial board comprised a number of well-known historians, including Stephen Turnbull, David Nicolle and experts from the Royal Armouries, Guy Wilson and Karen Watts.
MHM accepted articles and features from historians, experts and writers from around the world. Notable contributors include:
James B Harr III, Chris Walton (both of the University of Leeds)
Issue 1: September 2003
Viking combat; Château Gaillard; the medieval joust; Ulrich von Liechtenstein and the film A Knight's Tale; Tournament and jousting armour; Pope John XXII; Jews in Spain; St Nicholas's church, Barfrestone, Kent.
Issue 2: October 2003
Issue 3: November 2003
Issue 4: December 2003
Issue 5: January 2004
Issue 6: February 2004
Issue 7: March 2004
Issue 8: April 2004
Issue 9: May 2004
Issue 10: June 2004
Margaret of Anjou; Indenture in the 15th century; the aftermath of the Battle of Kosovo, 1389; Self-defense in Medieval Europe: primary sources; Medieval Stained glass in Australia; Archeology and anthropology of the Battle of Towton, 1461; Viking runes
Issue 11: July 2004
Issue 12: August 2004