Wars of the Age of Louis XIV, 1650-1715: An Encyclopedia of Global Warfare and Civilization, 1st Edition

  • Cathal J. Nolan
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  • ISBN-10: 0313359202
  • ISBN-13: 9780313359200
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 607 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released June 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008

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Overview

Describes and defines important events, technologies, and individuals from this seminal period of global military history.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other FrontMatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Preface.
Introduction.
Note on Dates.
1: abatis..
2: absolutism..
3: Acadia..
4: Act of Succession (1701)..
5: Act Of Union (March 4/15, 1707)..
6: Admiralty..
7: Aix–la–Chapelle, Peace of (May 2, 1668)..
8: Alexis (1629–1676)..
9: Algiers..
10: Almanza, Battle of (April 14/25, 1707)..
11: Alsace..
12: alti bölük sipahileri..
13: Altona, Treaty of (July 10/20, 1689)..
14: amphibious warfare..
15: Andrussovo, Treaty of (January 30/February 9, 1667)..
16: Angelets rebellion (1669–1672)..
17: Anglo-Dutch Brigade..
18: Anglo-Dutch Naval Agreement (1689)..
19: Anglo-Dutch War, First (1652–1654)..
20: Anglo-Dutch War, Second (1665–1667)..
21: Anglo-Dutch War, Third (1672–1674)..
22: Anglo-Spanish War (1655–1660)..
23: Anjou, Philip, duc d’ (1683–1746)..
24: Anne of Austria (1601–1666)..
25: Anne of Great Britain (1665–1714)..
26: anoblis..
27: Anti-Habsburg War (1703–1711)..
28: approach..
29: Apraxin, Fedor Mateyevitch (1661–1728)..
30: armateurs..
31: army of observation..
32: army of relief..
33: arrière-ban..
34: arsenal..
35: Articles of War..
36: artillery..
37: artillery fortress..
38: artillery park..
39: artillery train..
40: asiento..
41: askeri..
42: assault..
43: Athlone, Godard van Reede, 1st Earl of (1644– 1703)..
44: attack..
45: Audijos rebellion (1663)..
46: auget..
47: Augusta, Battle Of (april 22,1676)..
48: Augustus II of Poland (1670–1733)..
49: Aurangzeb (1618–1707)..
50: Austrian Empire..
51: Austrian Netherlands..
52: Austro-Ottoman War, First (1683–1699)..
53: Autorament Cudzoziemski..
54: Autorament Narodowy..
55: Ayscue, George (1616–1671)..
56: Azaps..
57: Baden, Treaty of (August 27/September 7, 1714)..
58: bahsşisş..
59: ballast..
60: Banat krajina..
61: Banner system..
62: banquette..
63: Bantry Bay, Battle of (May 1/11,1689)..
64: Barbary corsairs..
65: Barbets..
66: barbette..
67: Barfleur-La Hogue, Battle of (May 19–24/May 29–June 4, 1692)..
68: barge..
69: bark..
70: barracks..
71: barrier fortresses..
72: Barrier Treaty, First (October 18/29, 1709)..
73: Barrier Treaty, Second (January 18/29, 1713)..
74: Barrier Treaty, Third (November 4/15, 1715)..
75: Bart, Jean (1650–1702)..
76: bastion..
77: batardeau..
78: Batoh, Battle of (June 2–3, 1652)..
79: battalion..
80: batter..
81: battery..
82: battle..
83: battle cries..
84: bayonet..
85: Beachy Head, Battle of (February 21/March 2, 1653)..
86: Beachy Head, Battle of (June 30/July 10, 1690)..
87: beat the chamade..
88: bedel-i nüzul..
89: before the mast..
90: belaying pin..
91: beldar..
92: Belize..
93: Belle Île, raid on (June–August 1674)..
94: Berestczko, Battle of (June 28–31 1651)..
95: berm..
96: Berwick, James, 1st Duke of (1670–1734)..
97: Bévézieres, Battle of (1690)..
98: bey..
99: Beyliks..
100: billets/billeting..
101: Blake, Robert (1599–1657)..
102: Blenheim (Blindheim), Battle of (August 2/13, 1704)..
103: blockship..
104: blunderbuss..
105: boarding..
106: boarding axe..
107: boarding pike..
108: bomb..
109: bombardment..
110: bomb ketch..
111: bonnet..
112: Bonnets Rouges rebellion (1675)..
113: Boufflers, Louis François, duc de (1644–1711)..
114: bounty..
115: Bourbon dynasty..
116: Bournonville, Duke of (1616–1690)..
117: bow(ing)..
118: bowman..
119: boyar..
120: boyau..
121: Boyne, Battle of (July 1/11, 1690)..
122: branch..
123: Brandenburg..
124: Brazil..
125: breach..
126: breastwork..
127: Breda, Treaty of (July 11/21, 1667)..
128: bricole..
129: brigade..
130: brigantine..
131: British Army..
132: British establishment..
133: broadside..
134: buccaneers..
135: Buda, siege of (June 17–September 2, 1686)..
136: Bulavin, Kondratay (c. 1660–1708)..
137: bullionism..
138: cabotage..
139: Cadogan, William (1675–1726)..
140: caltrop..
141: Camisards, revolt of (1702–1705)..
142: camouflet..
143: camp volant..
144: Candia, siege of (1666–1669)..
145: cannelure cutting..
146: cannon..
147: cannon of seven..
148: cannon shot rule..
149: capital..
150: capitulation..
151: caponnière..
152: captaincy-general..
153: Carbisdale, Battle of (April 27, 1650)..
154: carcass..
155: Carlos II of Spain (r. 1665–1700)..
156: Carpi, Battle of (July 9, 1701)..
157: carronade..
158: Cartagena, Battle of (November 5, 1650)..
159: casemate..
160: Casimir, John II (r. 1648–1668)..
161: Cassano, Battle of (August 16, 1705)..
162: Cassel, Battle of (April 11, 1677)..
163: catamaran..
164: Catinat, Nicholas (1637–1712)..
165: cauldron..
166: cavalier (cavalry)..
167: cavalier (fortification)..
168: cavalier de tranche..
169: Cavaliers..
170: cavalry..
171: cebelu..
172: cebici basi..
173: Cebicis (cebicilar)..
174: Ceylon..
175: chamade..
176: chamber..
177: Charles II of England (1630–1685)..
178: Charles VI of Austria..
179: chase gun..
180: Château-Renault, François Louis (1637–1716)..
181: chavush..
182: cheesemongers..
183: chemin des rondes..
184: chevaux de frise..
185: Chiari, Battle of (September 1/12 1701)..
186: China..
187: Chinese armies..
188: choragiew..
189: Cimarrones..