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Philippo Vadi's De Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi.
“Guy has the rare talent of making this material accessible” -Neal Stephenson (from his Foreword to Swordfighting)
From the late fifteenth century comes a detailed manuscript on knightly combat, written by Philippo Vadi. Dedicated to one of the most famous Italian condottiere of the age, Guidobaldo, Duke of Urbino, this book covers the theory of combat with the longsword, as well as dozens of techniques of the sword, the spear, the pollax, and the dagger.
This black and white paperback edition of The Art of Sword Fighting in Earnest includes a detailed introduction, setting Vadi and his combat style in their historical context, a complete translation of the manuscript, and a detailed commentary from the perspective of the practising martial artist.
Please note it does not include a facsimile of the manuscript, which is available as a seperate volume here.
This volume is the second edition of Dr. Windsor’s earlier work, Veni Vadi Vici, updating the translation and the introduction. This is essential reading for any practitioner of knightly combat, academic historian, or enthusiast for the quattrocento period of Italian history.
“Guy Windsor’s greatest gift to WMA/HEMA is his marvellous ability to translate period language into a meaningful experience for modern WMA/HEMA practitioners and he has once more shown his ability to do exactly that.” – Adam (reviewing Veni Vadi Vici)
Broschiert, 210 S., zahlr. s/w-Abb. Text auf Englisch!