List of sieges

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A siege is a prolonged military assault and blockade on a city or fortress with the intent of conquering by force or attrition. A chronological list of sieges follows.

Military sieges[edit]

Ancient[edit]

The Burning of Troy (1759/62), oil painting by Johann Georg Trautmann

Before 1000 BC[edit]

10th century BC[edit]

9th century BC[edit]

  • Siege of Samaria (9th century BC) (Bible Reference: II Kings 6:24 – 7:7)

8th century BC[edit]

7th century BC[edit]

Fall of Nineveh (1829), by John Martin

6th century BC[edit]

5th century BC[edit]

4th century BC[edit]

A naval action during the siege of Tyre, Andre Castaigne (1898–1899)
Siege of Rhodes (305 BC) (1882 illustration).

3rd century BC[edit]

Archimedes Directing the Defenses of Syracuse (1895), by Thomas Ralph Spence
The Decline of the Carthaginian Empire by J. M. W. Turner, oil on canvas (1817)

2nd century BC[edit]

1st century BC[edit]

1st century[edit]

The Siege and Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans Under the Command of Titus, A.D. 70 by David Roberts, 1850

2nd century[edit]

3rd century[edit]

4th century[edit]

The walls of Amida

5th century[edit]

Medieval[edit]

6th century[edit]

Totila razes the walls of Florence: 14th century illustration from Giovanni Villani's Nuova Cronica
  • Siege of Beroea (540) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Antioch (540) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Dara (540) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Petra (541) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Sisauranon (541) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Verona (541) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Florence (542) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Naples (542–543) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Sergiopolis (542) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Edessa (544) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Otranto (544) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Auximum (544) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Pesaro (544) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Fermo (544) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Ascoli (544) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Spoleto (545) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Assisi (545) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Perugia (545) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Piacenza (545) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Rome (546–547) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Septem (547)
  • Siege of Rossano (548) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Petra (549) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Rome (549–550) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Centumcellae (549) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Reggio (549) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Messina (549) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Topeiros (549)
  • Siege of the Abasgian fortress (549)
  • Siege of Petra (550–551) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Archaeopolis (550) – Lazic War
  • Siege of Ancona (551) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of the Sicilian forts (551) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Caranalis (551) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Crotone (551) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Rome (552) – Gothic War (535–554)
  • Siege of Centumcellae (552–553) – Gothic War (535–554)
The capture of Pavia by the Lombard King, Alboin

7th century[edit]

  • Siege of Padua (601)
  • Siege of Monselice (602)
  • Siege of Cremona (603) – Byzantine–Lombard wars
  • Siege of Mantua (603) – Byzantine–Lombard wars
  • Siege of Edessa (603) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Dara (603) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Thessalonica (604)
  • Siege of Orléans (604)
  • Siege of Mardin (606–608) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Kerteba (608) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of San (608) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Basta (608) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Balqa (608) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Sanhur (608) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Demqaruni (609) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Theodisiopolis (609) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Caesarea (611) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628
  • Siege of Caesarea Maritima (614) by the Persians
  • Siege of Jerusalem (614) by the Persians under Shahrbaraz
  • Siege of Chalcedon (615) – Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628

8th century[edit]

9th century[edit]

10th century[edit]

  • Siege of Mopsuestia (965) – Byzantine conquest of Cilicia
  • Siege of Bari (968)
  • Siege of Kiev (968)
  • Siege of Manzikert (968) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Antioch (968–969) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Capua (969)
  • Siege of Avellino (969)
  • Siege of Antioch (971) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Dorostolon (971) by the Byzantines
  • Siege of Nisibis (972) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Baalbek (975) – Syrian campaigns of John Tzimiskes
  • Siege of Beirut (975) – Syrian campaigns of John Tzimiskes
  • Siege of Byblos (975) – Syrian campaigns of John Tzimiskes
  • Siege of Tripoli (975) – Syrian campaigns of John Tzimiskes
  • Siege of Regensburg (976)
  • Siege of Passau (977)
  • Siege of Paris (978)
  • Siege of Taranto (982)
  • Siege of Verdun (984)
  • Siege of Apameia (985) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Marçon (987)
  • Siege of Abydos (989)
  • Siege of Nantes (992)
  • Siege of Brandenburg (992)
  • Siege of Langeais (994)
  • Siege of Aleppo (994–995) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Tripoli (995) – Arab–Byzantine wars
  • Siege of Langeais (995–996)
  • Siege of Poitiers (995)
  • Siege of Tours (996)
  • Siege of Châteauneuf (996)
  • Revolt of Tyre (996–998)
  • Siege of Bellac (997)
  • Siege of Rochemeaux (997)
  • Siege of Castel Sant'Angelo (998)
  • Siege of Zadar (998) by the emperor Samuil of Bulgaria

11th century[edit]

  • Siege of Pavia (1004)
  • Siege of Multan (1005–1006)
  • Siege of Bhera (1006)
  • Siege of Valenciennes (1006–1007)
  • Siege of Nairn (1009)
  • Siege of Bari (1010–1011)
  • Siege of Montbazon (1011)
  • Siege of Lebusa (1012)
  • Siege of Makrievo (1014) – Byzantine conquest of Bulgaria
  • Siege of Montbazon (1015)
  • Siege of Pernik (1016) – Byzantine conquest of Bulgaria
  • Siege of Uflach (1016)
  • Siege of Tours (1016)
  • Siege of Glogau (1017)
  • Siege of Niemcza (1017)
  • Siege of Montboyau (1021)
  • Siege of Capua (1024–1026)
  • Siege of Pavia (1026)
  • Siege of Montboyau (1026)
  • Siege of Saumur (1026)
  • Siege of Somnath (1026)
  • Siege of Amboise (1027)
  • Siege of Le Lude (1027)
  • Siege of Saumur (1027)
  • Siege of Bautzen (1029)
  • Siege of Azaz (1030)
  • Siege of Edessa (1031)
  • Siege of Bautzen (1031)
  • Siege of Sens (1032)
  • Siege of Sarsawa (1033)
  • Siege of Milan (1037) by the emperor Conrad II
  • Siege of Hansi (1037–1038)
  • Siege of Langeais (1038)
  • Siege of Messina (1038)
  • Siege of Germond (1039)
  • Siege of Montgomery (1039)
  • Siege of Zaranj (1040)
  • Siege of Syracuse (1040)
  • Siege of Tours (1042–1043)
  • Siege of Bari (1043) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Isfahan (1050–1051)
  • Siege of Taq (1051)
  • Siege of Alençon (1051)
  • Siege of Domfront (1051)
  • Siege of Arques (1052)
  • Siege of Medina (1053–54) by the Byzantines
  • Siege of Benevento (1054) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Manzikert (1054)Byzantine–Seljuq wars
  • Siege of Reggio (1057) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Capua (1057–1058) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Thimert (1058–1060)
  • Siege of Aquino (1058) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Galeria (1059)
  • Siege of Cariati (1059) – Byzantine–Norman wars
  • Siege of Reggio (1059–1060) – Byzantine–Norman wars
  • Siege of Melfi (1061) – Byzantine–Norman wars
  • Siege of Messina (1061) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Enna (1061) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Capua (1062) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Kuriyagawa (1062) – Former Nine Years' War
  • Siege of Troina (1062–1063) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Cerami (1063) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Graus (1063)
  • Siege of Barbastro (1064) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Palermo (1064) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Valencia (1065), a siege during the reign of Ferdinand I of León and Castile
  • Siege of Exeter (1068)
  • Siege of Bari (1068–1071) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Iconium (1069) – Byzantine–Seljuq wars
  • Siege of Brindisi (1070) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Palermo (1071–1072) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Zamora (1072)
  • Siege of Lüneburg (1072) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Trani (1073) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Amalfi (1073) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Heimenburg (1073) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Asenburg (1073) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Harzburg (1073) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Wiganstein (1073) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Moseburg (1073) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Sassenstein (1073) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Spatenburg (1074) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Vokenroht (1074) – Saxon Rebellion
  • Siege of Naples (1074) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Norwich Castle (1075) – Revolt of the Earls
  • Siege of Syracuse (1076) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Salerno (1076–1077) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Sigmaringen (1077) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Würzburg (1077) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of La Flèche (1077)
  • Siege of Trapani (1077) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Naples (1077–78) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Tübingen (1078) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Taormina (1078) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Gerberoi (1080)
  • Siege of La Flèche (1081)
  • Siege of Durazzo (1081) – Byzantine–Norman wars
  • Siege of Rome (1081–1084)
  • Siege of Almenar (1082) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Larissa (1082–1083) – Byzantine–Norman wars
  • Siege of Carpi (1083)
  • Siege of Castel Sant'Angelo (1084)
  • Siege of Augsburg (1084) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Burgdorf (1084) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Toledo (1085) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Antioch (1085)
  • Siege of Syracuse (1085–86) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Regensburg (1086) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Würzburg (1086) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Numa (1086) – Gosannen War
  • Siege of Agrigento (1087) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Castrogiovanni (1087) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Tudela (1087) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Kanazawa (1087) – Gosannen War
  • Siege of Pevensey Castle (1088) – Rebellion of 1088
  • Siege of Rochester Castle (1088) – Rebellion of 1088
  • Siege of Gleichen (1088) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Quedlinburg (1088) – Great Saxon Revolt
  • Siege of Butera (1089) – Norman conquest of Southern Italy
  • Siege of Mantua (1090–1091)
  • Siege of Toledo (1090) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Governolo (1090)
  • Siege of Courcy (1091)
  • Siege of Seville (1091)
  • Siege of Breval (1092)
  • Siege of Monteveglio (1092)
  • Siege of Valencia (1093–1094) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Huesca (1094) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Chernigov (1094)
  • Siege of Cuarte (1094) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Nogara (1094)
  • Siege of Tynemouth Castle (1095)
  • Siege of Morpeth Castle (1095)
  • Siege of Newcastle (1095)
  • Siege of Bamburgh Castle (1095)
  • Siege of Amalfi (1096)
  • Siege of Xerigordos (1096) – part of the People's Crusade
  • Siege of Wieselburg (1096)
  • Siege of Huesca (1096) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Nicaea (1097) – part of the First Crusade
  • Siege of Antioch (1097–1098) – part of the First Crusade
  • Siege of Capua (1098)
  • Siege of Jerusalem (1098)

12th century[edit]

  • Siege of Haifa (1100) – Crusades
  • Siege of Le Mans (1100)
  • Second Siege of Arsuf (1101) – Crusades
  • Siege of Caesarea (1101) – Crusades
  • Siege of Latakia (1101–1103)
  • Siege of Acre (1102) – Crusades
  • Siege of Arundel (1102)
  • Siege of Bridgnorth (1102)
  • Siege of Jaffa (1102) – Crusades
  • Siege of Tripoli (1102–1109) – Crusades
  • Siege of Acre (1103) – Crusades
  • Siege of Al-Rahba (1103)
  • Siege of Acre (1104) – Crusades
  • Siege of Nuremberg (1105)
  • Siege of Cologne (1106)
  • Siege of Apamea (1106) – Crusades
  • Siege of Malatya (1106)
  • Siege of Castellum Arnaldi (1106) – Crusades
  • Siege of Al-Rahba (1107)
  • Siege of Hebron (1107) – Crusades
  • Siege of Douai (1107)
  • Siege of Dyrrhachium (1107–1108) – Byzantine–Norman wars
  • Siege of Uclés (1108) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Bratislava (1108)
  • Siege of Sidon (1108) – Crusades
  • Siege of Jableh (1109) – Crusades
  • Siege of Nakło (1109)
  • Siege of Głogów (1109)
  • Siege of Baalbek (1110)
  • Siege of Beirut (1110) – Crusades
  • Siege of Novara (1110)
  • Siege of Sidon (1110) – Norwegian Crusade
  • Siege of Atarib (1110) – Crusades
  • Siege of Le Puiset (1111)
  • Siege of Vetula (1111) – Crusades
  • Siege of Tyre (1111–1112) – Crusades
  • Siege of Nicaea (1113) – Byzantine–Seljuq wars
  • Siege of Hornburg Castle (1113)
  • Siege of Mousson (1113)
  • Siege of Bar (1113)
  • Siege of Cologne (1114)
  • Siege of Kafartab (1115) – Crusades
  • Siege of Jaffa (1115) – Crusades
  • Siege of Marqab (1116) – Crusades
  • Siege of Laodicea (1119) – Byzantine–Seljuq wars
  • Siege of Sozopolis (1120) – Byzantine–Seljuq wars
  • Siege of Jerash (1121) – Crusades
  • Siege of Mainz (1121)
  • Siege of Tbilisi (1121–1122) – Georgian–Seljuk wars
  • Siege of Aschaffenburg Castle (1122)
  • Siege of Faulquemont Castle (1122)
  • Siege of Zardana (1122) – Crusades
  • Siege of Balis (1122) – Crusades
  • Siege of Kharput (1123) – Crusades
  • Siege of Jaffa (1123) – Crusades
  • Siege of Schulenburg Castle (1123)
  • Siege of Manbij (1124)
  • Siege of Azaz (1124) – Crusades
  • Siege of Tyre (1124) – Crusades
  • Siege of Aleppo (1124–1125) – Crusades
  • Siege of Raffaniya (1126) – Crusades
  • Siege of Al-Rahba (1127)
  • Siege of Bayonne (1130–1131)
  • Siege of De'an (1132) – Jin–Song Wars
  • Siege of Kastamone (1132)
  • Siege of Kastamone (1133)
  • Siege of Savur (1134) – Crusades
  • Siege of Gangra (1135)
  • Siege of Montferrand (1137) – Crusades
  • Siege of Anazarbos (1137) – Crusades
  • Siege of Vahka (1137) – Crusades
  • Siege of Antioch (1137) – Crusades
  • Siege of Kafartab (1138) – Crusades
  • Siege of Aleppo (1138) – Crusades
  • Siege of Shaizar (1138) – Crusades
  • Siege of Buza'a (1138) – Crusades
  • Siege of Coria (1138) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Baalbek (1139)
  • Siege of Oreja (1139) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Neocaesarea (1139–1140)
  • Siege of Weinsberg (1140)
  • Siege of Banias (1140) – Crusades
  • Siege of Coria (1142) – Reconquista
  • Siege of Li Vaux Moise (1144) – Crusades

13th century[edit]

14th century[edit]

15th century[edit]

Early modern[edit]

15th century[edit]

16th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

  • Siege of Tönning (1700) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Kaiserswerth (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Saint Donas (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Castiglione (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Landau (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Borgoforte (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Guastalla (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Venlo (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Stevensweert (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Roermond (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Nöteborg (1702) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Liége (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Rheinberg (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Hulst (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Trarbach (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of St. Augustine (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Andernach (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Governolo (1702) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Neubourg (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Kehl (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Bonn (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Thorn (1703) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Nago (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Arco (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Breisach (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Huy (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Limburg (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Landau (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Augsburg (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Guadeloupe (1703) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Castello de Vide (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Wagingera (1704)
  • Siege of Barcelona (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Susa (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Portalegre (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Vercelli (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Rain (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Narva (1704) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Villingen (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Susa (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Fort Isabella (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Gibraltar (1704) – eleventh siege of Gibraltar, by Sir George Rooke's Anglo-Dutch fleet
  • Siege of Ulm (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Twelfth Siege of Gibraltar (1704–05) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Ivree (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Landau (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Verrua (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Trarbach (1704) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Colonia del Sacramento (1704–1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of St. John's (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Valencia de Alcantara (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Albuquerque (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Huy (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Liège (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Second Siege of Huy (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Chivasso (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Mirandola (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Nice (1705–06) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Zoutleeuw (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Barcelona (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Hagenau (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Badajoz (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Zandvliet (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Diest (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of San Mateo (1705) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Alcantara (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Barcelona (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Hagenau (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Turin (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Oostende (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Menin (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Alicante (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Dendermonde (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Ath (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Pavia (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Cuenca (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Pizzigetone (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Elche (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Cartagena (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Casale (1706) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Milan (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Villena (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Xàtiva (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Port Royal (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Toulon (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Gaeta (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Pensacola (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Susa (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Lérida (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Morella (1707) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Tortosa (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Exilles (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Lille (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Fenestrelles (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of San Felipe (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Leffinghe (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Denia (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Saint Ghislain (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Brussels (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Alicante (1708–09) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Ghent (1708) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Veprik (1709) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Tournai (1709) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Mons (1709) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Viborg (1710) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Douai (1710) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Béthune (1710) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Aire (1710) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Saint Venant (1710) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Port Royal (1710) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Gerona (1710–1711) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Kassa (1711) – Rákóczi's War of Independence
  • Siege of Aren fort (1711) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Bouchain (1711) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Venasque (1711) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Stralsund (1711–15) – Great Northern War
  • Siege of Castel-Leon (1711) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Cardona (1711) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Le Quesnoy (1712) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Landrecies (1712) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Marchiennes (1712) – War of the Spanish Succession
  • Siege of Douai (1712) – War of the Spanish Succession

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20th century[edit]

21st century[edit]

Police sieges[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Siege Watch". Archived from the original on 30 September 2018. Retrieved 29 September 2018.
1.^ The Battle of Khe Sanh was not technically a siege since the defending forces were being resupplied and reinforced.