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MEDIEVAL TACTICS Medieval tactics were essential for an attack or siege of a castle Many tactics and strategies helped develop much-improved version of an attacking artifact like weapons and sieging machinery The knights of Medieval England which were the cavalry improved as the years went by but never actually had any tactics or strategies The usual knight would just go out there and fight The knights were the counter offensive against a small siege but they were ineffective against a large siege of a castle A siege was very essential for medieval warfare Siege was like the most important part of an attack that is if youre attacking a castle As you know no one inhabited New England back then in the Medieval Ages so many nations were competing for it One of them was Rome Rome inhabited New England first and as being the first settlers they left some of their customs which among them was the key to war The Roman legion composed of a huge amount of infantry and some cavalry was an important factor in Roman War However if Rome and England were compared then the cavalry of Rome later developed into the Knight The well trained infantry of Romes legion for attacking and invading now was set to defend in Medieval England as it more compares to the castle Now that you know some about the origination of the Knight and the castle lets get into the tactics used by the land units of Medieval England like the knight and the archers The knight being the cavalry of the castle and also the last line of defense between invaders and the castle were inferior to a well trained army of foot soldiers Usually it was the knights ability and bravery decided the medieval battle The Medieval Knight was trained from childhood However they were never taught any strategies So when it came to fighting in
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