The Double-Armed Man: Images of the Medieval in Early Modern Military Idealism View Full Text


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DATE

1992

AUTHORS

Simon Barker

ABSTRACT

The hero of this essay is the extraordinary figure who first appeared as an illustration at the beginning of William Neade’s 1625 book of military theory and tactics, The Double-Armed Man.1 I shall return to him later, along with his rather less heroic mounted counterpart, leaving him for the moment as the accompanying caption describes, standing ‘coucht and charged for the horse with his Sword drawne’. Neade’s text is one example from a wide-ranging canon of early modern documents arguing the case for an enhanced awareness of the military requirements of the developing late-Tudor and early-Stuart state, and the frontispiece illustration is a perfect image of this canon’s relentless idealism. My particular concern is with the way in which this idealism is guaranteed for the reader by means of a not altogether untroubled marshalling of representations of medieval militarism and chivalry. More... »

PAGES

101-121

Book

TITLE

From Medieval to Medievalism

ISBN

978-0-333-53274-4
978-1-349-22233-9

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