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Investigation on the collation of the first Fight book (Leeds, Royal Armouries, Ms I.33)

& translation of Europe’s oldest personal combat treatise, Royal Armouries MS I.33 (Union City: Chivalry Bookshelf, 2003). Hester, James, ‘A Few Leaves Short of a Quire: Is the “Tower Fechtbuch” Incomplete?’, Arms & Armour, 9 (2012), 20-24. Leng, Rainer, Hella Frühmorgen-Voss, Norbert H. Ott, Ulrike Bodemann, Peter Schmidt, and Christine Stöllinger-Löser, Katalog Der Deutschsprachigen Illustrierten Handschriften Des Mittelalters Band 4/2, Lfg. 1/2: 38: 38. Fecht- Und Ringbücher, C.H. Beck (München: Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2008

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Fighting in women’s clothes The pictorial evidence of Walpurgis in Ms. I.33

) (Leiden: Brill, 2016), pp. 481-546. Crowfoot, Elisabeth, Pritchard, Frances, Staniland, Kay, Textiles and Clothing 1150-1450. Medieval finds from excavations in London: 4 (London: Boydell Press, 2001²). De Dillmont, Thérèse, Encyklopaedie der weiblichen Handarbeiten (Dornach/Elsass 1893). Forgeng, Jeffrey L., “Introduction. Royal Armouries MS. I.33”, in Forgeng, Jeffrey L., ed., The Medieval Art of Swordmanship. A Facsimile and Translation of Europe’s Oldest Personal Combat Treatise. Royal Armouries MS I.33 (Union City: Chivalry Bookshelf, 2003

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Prologues, Poetry, Prose and Portrayals: The Purposes of Fifteenth Century Fight Books According to the Diplomatic Evidence

VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY VI.1. Primary sources Filippo Vadi, Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi: 15 th Century Swordsmanship of Master Filippo Vadi (ed. and trans. Porzio, Luca and Mele, Gregory) (Union City: Chivalry Bookshelf, 2002). Fiore dei Liberi, Fior di Battaglia , ca.1410 (Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum, MS Ludwig XV 13), online: < > (accessed 31/08/2016). Fiore dei Liberi, Flos Duellatorum , 1409 (Private Collection

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Visualizing the Fight Book Tradition: Collected Martial Knowledge in the Thun-Hohenstein Album

German Fechtbuch Tradition,” in The Noble Art of the Sword: Fashion and Fencing in Renaissance Europe 1520-1630 , ed. by Tobias Capwell (London: The Wallace Collection, 2012), 164-176 Forgeng, Jeffrey L, “The Martial Arts Treatise of Paulus Hector Mair,” in Die Kunst des Fechtens, ed. by Elisabeth Vavra and Matthias Johannes Bauer (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2017), 267-283 Forgeng, Jeffrey L, The Medieval Art of Swordsmanship: A Facsimile and Translation of Europe’s Oldest Personal Combat Treatise, Royal Armouries Ms I.33 (Union City and

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Limits of Understanding in the Study of Lost Martial Arts
Epistemological Reflections on the Mediality of Historical Records of Technique and the Status of Modern (Re-)Constructions

). Daniel, Ute, Kompendium Kulturgeschichte: Theorien, Praxis, Schlüsselwörter , 5th edn (Frankfurt a. M.: Suhrkamp, 2006). Forgeng, Jeffrey L., The Medieval Art of Swordsmanship: A Facsimile & Translation of Europe’s Oldest Personal Combat Treatise, Royal Armouries MS I.33 (Union City: Chivalry Bookshelf, 2003). Frank, Adam D., Taijiquan and the Search for the Little Old Chinese Man: Understanding Identity Through Martial Arts (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006). Grondin, Jean, ‘The Hermeneutical Circle’, in The Blackwell Companion to

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On the Art of Fighting: A Humanist Translation of Fiore dei Liberi’s Flower of Battle Owned by Leonello D’Este

Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001). Anglo, Sydney, “The Man Who Taught Leonardo Darts: Pietro Monte and his ‘Lost’ Fencing Book”, The Antiquities Journal 69 (1983), 261–278. Baxandall, Michael, “Guarino, Pisanello, and Manuel Chrysoloras.” The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 28 (1965), 183–204. Bestor, Jane Fair, “Bastardy and Legitimacy in the Formation of a Regional State in Italy: The Estense Succession”, Comparative Studies in Society and History 38/3 (1996), 549–585. Boccia

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Historical European Martial Art a crossroad between academic research, martial heritage re-creation and martial sport practices

V. BIBLIOGRAPHY Agnew, Vanessa, ‘History’s Affective Turn: Historical Reenactment and Its Work in the Present’, Rethinking History , 11 (2007), 299–312. Anglo, Sydney, The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000). Archer, Neil, ‘Virtual Poaching and Altered Space: Reading Parkour in French Visual Culture’, Modern & Contemporary France , 18 (2010), pp. 93–107. Askew, Graham N., Frederico Formenti, and Alberto E. Minetti, ‘Limitations Imposed by Wearing Armour on Medieval Soldier’s Locomotor Performance

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A Kampfschwert from the 15th century – a reinterpretation of the so called ‘Teutonic estoc’ from the Princes Czartoryski Collection in Cracow, Poland

References Anglo, S., 2000. The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe. New Haven - London: Yale University Press. Bodemer, H., 2008. Das Fechtbuch. Untersuchungen zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der bildkünstlerischen Darstellung der Fechtkunst in den Fechtbüchern des mediterranen und westeuropäischen Raumes vom Mittelalter bis Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts. Ph.D. Universität Stuttgart. Available at: [Accessed 1.06.2012] Bogacki, M., 2009. Broń wojsk polskich w okresie

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