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
Despite all efforts to force the history of 19th-century saber fencing into a corset of linear descendancy, it would appear that historical reality is an uncooperative witness.
Like in the controversy if the Italian duelling saber or the good old broadsword were the prime manifestations of fencing’s practicability. Let’s weigh some historians’ views…
Posted in 19th Century, 20th Century, fencing, Saber
Tagged amberger, broadsword, radaelli saber, Saber, sabre, säbel, sciabola, sciabola di terreno, Sydney Anglo