Warfare in News

Posted on Wednesday 15th April

Dr Susan Rose, author of England's Medieval Navy 1066-1509: Ships, Men & Warfare (Seaforth Publishing, 2013), is to be presented with the Anderson Medal, awarded by the Society for Nautical Research.

The judging committee felt that the author ‘has done a magnificent job in researching and writing about an era that is often neglected and perhaps sometimes ignored in maritime history. Her book, which interpreted a difficult subject in an easily read and coherent way, was also very well referenced and illustrated.’

The presentation ceremony, along with a talk by Dr Rose, will take place in the Leopold Muller Lecture Theatre at the National Maritime Museum on Thursday, 16 April. For booking information, visit the SNR website.

Further Reading

England's Medieval Navy 1066-1509

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England's Medieval Navy 1066-1509

(Hardback - 208 pages)
by Susan Rose

We are accustomed to think of England in terms of Shakespeare's 'precious stone set in a silver sea', safe behind its watery ramparts with its naval strength resisting all invaders. To the English of an earlier period – from the 8th to the 11th centuries – such a notion would have seemed ridiculous. The sea, rather than being a defensive wall, was a highway by which successive waves of invaders arrived, bringing destruction and fear… Read more...


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