Also the middle ages is cursed by - in some ways- being thought of as "good for skirmish games" which is often the kiss of death as far as historical accuracy goes.
For myself I've had an interest in the period since my earliest wargaming days but of later have not owned any medieval armies- the 40mm Wars of the Roses are not yet table ready- since the 1990s.
Nevertless I still have the books- from basic Army lists to Froissart and Jean le Bel taking in deVries and Verbruggen, I even have a few odd painted units.
|French Kinight - all of whom actually existed and fought at either Crecy or Poitiers- some at both . All the heraldry is hand painted as I can't abide transfers as they never fit and you can't get the arms you want.|
|Close up of the above- shoing King John of Bohemis- red flag- and his standard bearer.|
|Early Handgunners- yes the Middle Ages saw the birth of gunpowder weapons.|
All of these armies have characteristics of their own so you know I can't decide.
|Bowmen of England. The lads to sort out the French of the first picture.|