The Hitchhiker's Guide to Windows CE .Net by Randy W. Moore

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to Windows CE .Net by Randy W. Moore

When resemblance use of fire by ancient medieval Slavs and Baltic peoples there are differences. The first of the above cases, the use of fire during the siege of Thessalonica Slavs and their allies the rational from the perspective of the destruction of enemy fortifications, could be arson gate. The expansion of the fire around the wall in the form of a ring is not in itself of any damage moglonanesti city fortifications, and another as a purely magical function it is difficult to explain such actions. Liwa and letty, erecting a wall of fire next to the wood and earthen fortifications of the enemy, they tried to set fire to, and, as the "Chronicle of Livonia" very successful. This practice can be explained both by the nature buzzed fortifications, very sensitive to the effects of fire and the absence of other more effective means of storming enemy strongholds {55}. Teutons, as seen from the source of evidence used special siege weapons and treated, apparently, was originally skeptical about the tactics of their newfound allies, {56}. At the same time, we can not deny the magic component "Balta" way to capture the fortifications, considering the level of development of the local society of the time, and the fact that this method is originated in the pagan era, from which, in spite of the baptism of a number of tribes, nations Baltic countries have not yet reached. It is significantly different from the action in similar cases and "Teutonic", and probably Russian. In this regard, this interesting fact. Heinrich Latvian constantly stressed opposed arms lettov and Liv from Russian and Germans (they did not have armor protection). Russian in this respect no different from the "Teutonic" {57}. But, as follows from the text of the chronicle, Russian, like the Baltic nations, had no technical adaptations to assault cities {58}. Their first attempt to build a siege by the technique according to the German model is difficult to recognize successful {59}. Subsequently, and the Baltic nations, and Russian built similar machines and used them more successfully than at first. So, in the defense of Dorpat from the Crusaders, led by Russian prince Vyachko deposited "built their machines and tools paterelly against Christian, and sent their archers and arrows balistariev against Christians" {60}. However, after Russian troops rather clumsily precipitated city. Heinrich Latvian not much sinned against the truth when he wrote that "the great and powerful Russian troops kings never managed to take the faith and subjugate the Christian at least one lock" {61}. Rather, it occasionally locks taken, but not a direct assault, and starve {62}.


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