- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- Introduction: Military Engineers from Polymath Courtiers to Specialist Troops
- 1 ‘Qualifications, knowledge and courage’: Dutch Military Engineers, c.1550–c.1660
- 2Military Engineers in France before Vauban (1500–1650)
- 3Military Engineers, Maps and the Survival of the Savoyard State (1559–1798)
- 4 Military Engineers and the Development of the Princely State in Germany
- 5 Cartography and Conflict: The Board of Ordnance and the Construction of the Military Landscape of Scotland, 1689–1815
- 6Fiscal and Technical Limitations on Venetian Military Engineering in the <i>Stato da Mar</i> in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
- 7 Military Engineering in the Ottoman Empire
- 8 Military Engineers and the Rise of Imperial Russia
- 9 Amphibious Engineers and the Margins of Seaborne Empires
- 10French Military Engineers in the American Colonies, 1635–1776
- 11 The Civilian Contribution of the Spanish Royal Engineers, 1500–1800
- Conclusion: Servicing Early-Modern European Sovereignties
- Military Engineers
- Bruce P. Lenman
- Edinburgh University Press
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