Many thanks to fellow gamers from the society on the day, including George who guided us through Impetus ruleset. Also it was great to meet blog followers, both those known and previously unknown to me and for the complimentary comments you made.
Anyway, here are some photos...
View from behind the Anglo-Burgundian lines, looking towards Cravant town walls
View along the Yonne river, with Cravant on the left bank.
The Yonne river from the other end of the table, with the bridge.
View of the French siege camp on the hill outside Cravant.
The earl of Salisbury's contingent form up.
Lord Willoughby on the English right-hand side, opposite the bridge and road to Cravant.
Two bombards inside the French palisaded encampment.
Inside the walls of Cravant.
The industrious miller continues at work, despite the imminent onslaught.
The large Scots contingent of Buchan, constable of France.
Traditional entertainment continues in the French camp.
The Scots assemble outside the siege camp.
The bridge over the Yonne, with the English forces arrayed for battle in the distance.
The French burying casualties from the siege, perhaps resulting from dysentery rather than combat.
More Hundred Years War hot fighting action shots to come soon....