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If the conditions were so bad that the crossing of horsemen aroused such wonder then it is likely that the crossing by foot soldiers and wagons would have been very hazardous if not ­impossible. One historian has claimed that elements of the army passed by the town of Rieux, about three miles south-west of Carbonne, approaching the ram­­­­parts, assessing the defenses and then deciding to pass on since the ramparts ������������������������������������� Blaise Binet quoted in Henri Ménard, Carbonne, huit siècles d’histoire (Saint-Girons, 1985), p.

The Eulogium tells us that Burgo Dei had a fortified abbey. 70 It seems most likely that the vanguard was at Déols, a little over a mile from the prince’s middle guard. 71 These differences of interpretation are important because the locations of the three divisions on 23 August give an indication of the conduct of operations. At one extreme we have the three divisions concentrated within 3 miles of each other at Saint-Maur, Déols, and Châteauroux. At the other extreme, the army is spread out across 48 miles between Villedieu-surIndre and Saint-Amand-Montrond.

Rogers has set out the course of events clearly elsewhere and evaluated the arguments for the prince having been either seeking or attempting to avoid battle. 77 The examination of the two earlier phases of the chevauchée support his thesis. First, until the crossing of the Vienne the emphasis was on deploying the force intact. In the second phase the focus was on destruction of towns and castles, but in a measured fashion with resources being conserved with the aim of combat with the French. The wide sweep to the east of the rearguard and its convergence with the main force in the vicinity of Châteauroux also points to a coherent plan to concentrate force for battle with the French.

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