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Sword Fighting: An Introduction to the Single-Handed Sword and Buckler

by Herbert Schmidt

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HEMA (1) I.33 (1) medieval (1) swords (1)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764348264, Hardcover)

In the sequel to the first volume, which introduced the long sword, Herbert Schmidt explains single-handed sword fighting techniques with a buckler, or small shield. “Single-handed sword” here refers to the sword wielded in one hand, as used throughout almost the entire Middle Ages. This book analyzes historical evidence, taken mainly from the 13th-century German combat manual Manuscript I:33, or “Tower Manuscript,” the oldest and most widely trusted European sword fighting manual in existence. Find information on binds, posture, footwork, free fighting, and individual plays taken from the writings of fencing masters Hans Talhoffer, Andre Lignitzer, and Paulus Kal in this modern textbook that allows anyone interested―whether beginner or advanced―to work and improve his single-handed sword fighting skills.

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