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SPADA II: An Anthology of Swordsmanship by Stephen Handcontributor

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  1. The School of Fencing: With a General Explanation of the Principal Attitudes and Positions Peculiar to the Art by Domenico Angelo (2005)
  2. Teaching & Interpreting Historical Swordsmanship by B. A. Reid (2005)
  3. Spada: An Anthology of Swordsmanship in Memory of Ewart Oakeshott by Members of Wordplay Syposium International (2003)
  4. Highland Swordsmanship : Techniques of the Scottish Swordmasters by William Hope (2001)
  5. The Art of Combat: A German Martial Arts Treatise of 1570 by Joachim Meyer (2006)
  6. Medieval Sword & Shield: The Combat System of Royal Armouries MS I.33 by Paul Wagner (2004)
  7. Il Fior di battaglia di Fiore dei Liberi da Cividale (Il Codice Ludwig XV 13 del J. Paul Getty Museum) by Massimo Malipiero (2002)
  8. Schoole of the Noble and Worthy Science of Defence by Joseph Swetnam (1986)
  9. English Swordsmanship: The True Fight of George Silver by Stephen Hand (2006)
  10. Fencing: A Renaissance Treatise by Camillo Agrippa (2009)
  11. Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi: 15th Century Swordsmanship of Master Fillipo by Fillipo Vadi (2002)
  12. Venetian rapier : the school, or salle : Nicoletto Giganti's 1606 rapier fencing curriculum : with new introduction, complete text translation, and original illustrations by Nicoletto Giganti (2010)
  13. Fighting with the German Longsword by Christian Henry Tobler (2004)
  14. The Swordman's Companion: A Modern Training Manual for the Medieval Longsword by Guy Windsor (2009)
  15. Sword in Two Hands: A Full-Color Modern Training Guide based on the Fior di Battaglia of Fiore dei Liberi by Brian R. Price (2007)

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