Episode 8 of The Medieval Podcast – It was one of the most famous battles of the Middle Ages, and one that has been studied by many historians. Yet, we do not know exactly where the battle was fought. Danièle speaks with Michael Livingston about his latest research on where the battlefield might be.
Michael Livingston is a Professor of English at The Citadel, and has written extensively on medieval military history. His Battle of Crécy: A Casebook (with Kelly DeVries) won the 2017 Distinguished Book Prize from the international Society for Military History. You can learn more about Michael on his website or follow him on Twitter @medievalguy
Michael’s research about the location of the Battle of Agincourt appears in Medieval Warfare magazine Issue IX:1 – .
See also Tim Sutherland’s article The Battle of Agincourt: An Alternative Location?
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Top Image: A 15th century view of the Battle of Agincourt from Chronique d’Enguerrand de Monstrelet, BnF MS Français 2680, folio 208