We’re reprehensibly behind in our reading—and in the writing of reviews. And we apologize for the unhappy circumstance that Christopher Holzman’s recent Art of the Dueling Sabre may have eluded your Christmas list due to our negligence.
That’s why we hasten to make amends… Continue reading
Jéann Daniel L’Ange was fencing master at the Electoral Palatinate court and at the University of Heidelberg. His Deutliche Erlärung der Adelichen und Ritterlichen freyen Fecht-Kunst of 1664 is an independently mastered take on the “Italian manner” of rapier fencing, containing many practical hints and recommendations from L’Ange’s own experiences.
Such as what to keep in mind when selecting a place to fight your opponent… Continue reading
Italian Lunge vs. French Parry
The spread of the Italian School…
Italian épée fencing… or are these foils?
Posted in 19th Century, Epee, fencing
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