The culture of medieval Europe saw warfare as inherently masculine. In spite of that, the learned wrote treatises on female soldiers. Kings made laws regulating women in arms, and the sources speak of Ethelfled, Sikelgaita and the mysterious female warrior dressed in a green cloak outside the city of Acre. Who were they? Author and lecturer Stefan Högberg takes a closer look at women in military roles during the Middle Ages.
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