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Chapter 15


    I must thank Mike Rasmusson, for his generosity for allowing me to use his translated texts, of the fight masters from

Peter von Danzig, Collection of Teachings by Various Masters, Origin: Germany, 1452, (Transcript by Grzegorz Zabinski), Biblioteca dell'Academica Nazionale dei Lincei e Corsiniana, Italy

Sigmund Ringeck, Die Ritterlich Kunst des Langen Schwerts, c.1455-1460, (Transcript by Martin Wierschin, 1965), Sächsische Landesbibliothek, Germany

Hans Talhoffer, Alte Armatur und Ringkunst, 1459, Origin: Germany, Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Denmark

Hans Talhoffer, Fechtbuch aus dem Jahre 1467, 1467, (Modern German translation by Gustav Hergsell, 1887; published by VS Books, 1998), Germany

Uncredited, Goliath, c.1500, Origin: Germany, (Revised and illustrated edition of 1452 text, reconstructed and transcribed by Grzegorz Zabinski, 1989), Biblioteka Jagiellonski, Poland

Christian Egenolph, Der Altenn Fechter Anfengliche Kunst, 1529, (Transcript by Alexander Kiermayer of Ochs), Germany

Joachim Meyer, Gründtliche Beschreibung der Kunst des Fechtens, 1570, (Transcript by Alexander Kiermayer of Ochs), Germany

Jakob Sutor, Neu Kunstliches Fechtbuch, 1612, origin: Germany, (Transcript by Marlon Hoess-Boettger of Die Freifechter.), Leuven Universiteitsbibliotheek, Belgium

Hans-Peter Hils, Meister Johann Liechtenauers Kunst des langen Schwertes, 1985, University of Freiberg and Peter Lang GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

The images used in these pages are from Fechtbuch aus dem Jahre 1467, Alte Armatur und Ringkunst, Goliath, Meyer's Fechtbuch, and Neu Kunstliches Fechtbuch. The text background for the glossary, projects, and Talhoffer pages is from Alte Armatur und Ringkunst. The text background for the dictionary and Goliath pages is from Goliath

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