That time the city of Strasbourg nearly danced itself to death
Victory at this treacherous castle cost the Ottoman Turks their Vienna campaign
So begins the true story of the last officially sanctioned judicial duel in France’s history
Obsessed with an ancient king, Heinrich Himmler hunted for a skeleton, held ghostly candlelit ceremonies in a crypt, and transformed a medieval church into a sinister SS temple
Saint Barbara, beheaded by her own father, became the patron saint of artillery
Archaeology suggests the Vikings played this board game to practice "strategical and tactical warfare”
Find out what drove Eastern Roman Emperor Flavius Valens to defeat and how the Goth became the "arbiter of war," heralding the rise of medieval knights.
In March 1455, the information age of medieval Europe began with Johannes Gutenberg's invention of the printing press.