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Imprint Routledge. Subjects Humanities. Back to book. By Colin Tyson. Pages Froissart declares: Of all the bataylles and encountrynges that I have made mencion of here before in all this hystory, great or smalle, this batayle that I treate of nowe, was one of the sorest and best foughten, without cowardes or faynte hertes.

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Joan of Burgundy born Charles II King of Navarre born Philip of Burgundy born Charles of Valois ' son. Louis I, Duke of Anjou. Jean Poton de Xaintrailles. Henry of Grosmont, Duke of Lancaster. Edward, the Black Prince.

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford. Sir John Fastolf [72]. John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury. Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York. Philip the Bold , Duke of Burgundy.

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John the Fearless , Duke of Burgundy. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hundred Years' War. From time to time, a community might attempt to turn back the clock and regain its lost vigor. Most famously, the ancient Spartans refused to fortify their community, scorning the male inhabitants of fortified towns as effeminate. The Spartans expelled all civilian occupations from their city, an act which left them shorn of all art and luxury, but they preferred it that way.

Two thousand years later, the walls of brick and stone are mostly gone, victims of military obsolescence, but a thousand other walls have taken their place. High-tech fences mark borders. Micro-walls encircle private neighborhoods and homes. A wall of encryption guards the Internet. Without it, all the commerce, all the electronic exchange of ideas and information vanishes. The Internet would be as desolate as old Sparta. The effects of the Civilian Revolution linger, too.

To this day, most of us find identity in the jobs we perform rather than our skill in battle. We enjoy our luxuries, but like Thucydides, we have our doubts, clinging to the ancient fantasy that primitive peoples are inherently more virtuous than we descendants of the wall builders. We abhor war. And we sit through sequel after sequel of The Purge , quietly relishing the violence that walls long ago expelled from our world.

Contact us at editors time. View of the ancient fortification wall of the fort at Phyle, north-west of Athens, photographed in By David Frye August 21,