For centuries Armenian residents of the Transcaucasian stronghold of Kars watched invaders come and go—until its final betrayal
In 685, the Picts clashed with Angles in a fight that some historians believe forged the roots of present-day Scotland
Peter Hoskins' latest history of the Hundred Years’ War examines the lives of rival generals Black Prince Edward and Jean II
In March 1455, the information age of medieval Europe began with Johannes Gutenberg's invention of the printing press.
Fortunes turned for the opposing Christian and Muslim armies in this pivotal clash of the 1095–99 First Crusade