Archaeology and anthropology of medieval warfare

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Medieval History
Vol. 10 (June 2004), p. 50-57

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The excavation of part of a mass grave from the battle of Towton in AD 1461 has provided the first opportunity to study medieval warfare and the lethal effects of battle with modern archaeological and forensic anthropological methods