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Dr Gavin Robinson is a professional palaeographer and director of Different Hand Ltd. He gained his PhD from Reading University in 2001, and has since published on horse supply, cavalry tactics and allegiance in the English Civil War.[1] He was a community moderator at Your Archives, and used to blog at Investigations of a Dog.

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  • 'Horse Supply and the Development of the New Model Army', War in History, 15 (2008), 121-41; 'Equine Battering Rams? A Reassessment of Cavalry Charges in the English Civil War' Journal of Military History 75/3 (2011), 719-31; Horses, People and Parliament in the English Civil War: Extracting Resources and Constructing Allegiance (Ashgate, 2012).