This recently re-discovered transcript by an anonymous German noble could fill an important gap in the documentation of German fencing approaches between Paschen and Schmidt.
Under the sponsorship of the new Administration, we’re preparing a limited release of the manuscript.
Posted in 17th Century, 18th Century, Duel, fencing, fencing art, HEMA, Images, quarterstaff, rapier, smallsword, Sword Fighting, Transcriptions
Tagged alchemy, Fechtmanuskript, fencing manuscript, german swordplay, German thrust fencing, kreussler, smallsword fencing
We may not be up-to-date any more on what old fencing and wrestling manuals are available and accessible by now. But we just found a careful transcription of von Eyb’s fencing and wrestling sections that deserve greater exposure. Here ya go… Continue reading
Posted in 15th century, 16th Century, HEMA, Ordeal, Sword Fighting, Transcriptions, wrestling
Tagged fechtbuch, HEMA, historical european martial arts, Kriegsbuch, von eyb
HEMA BOMB SHELL!
One of the foremost researcher-practitioners of Renaissance Martial Arts is supplementing his line of instructional workshops with a new line of combative gear.
It’s MANDATORY as of April 15, 2014—the result of a coup staged by HEMA bigwigs!
We have the inside story!
Posted in fencing, HEMA, Images
Tagged authenic martial arts, axel pettersson, fencing master accreditation, gear, HEMA, historical armed combat, historical fencing, Ken Mondschein, lululemon, Matt Galas, nasdaq:lulu, renaissance martial arts, scott brown, Sydney Anglo, USFCA