3,500 French Soldiers at the Battle of Agincourt (1415) Added to Abt 250,000 English Already at Medievalsoldier.org

The following teaser is from an article posted October 6, 2016 at newswise.com:

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If you’ve ever wondered whether your ancestors served as a medieval soldier in the Hundred Years War, a newly launched website from historians at the universities of Southampton and Reading, UK, may have the answer.

The names of over 3,500 French soldiers linked to the Battle of Agincourt (1415) have been added to www.medievalsoldier.org. They join the quarter of a million names already available for English armies who fought in a number of campaigns, including Agincourt– forming what’s believed to be the largest database of medieval people in the world. This latest stage of the Soldier in Later Medieval England project has been supported by the charity Agincourt 600 and by both universities.

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Thanks to ResearchBuzz for the heads-up.