Sigmund Ringeck's Knightly Art of the Longsword

Sigmund Ringeck s Knightly Art of the Longsword Ringeck s invaluable th century compilation of the lessons of German fencing master Johannes Liechtenauer is given new life by two modern students of the sword The original text is presented with ex

Ringeck s invaluable 15th century compilation of the lessons of German fencing master Johannes Liechtenauer is given new life by two modern students of the sword The original text is presented with extensive interpretations and detailed, instructive drawings to capture the medieval swordsman s art.

Longsword A longsword also spelled as long sword or long sword is a type of European sword characterized as having a cruciform hilt with a grip for two handed use around German school of fencing The German school of fencing Deutsche Schule Kunst des Fechtens is a system of combat taught in the Holy Roman Empire during the Late Medieval, Renaissance, and Loot Sitemap Dangerous Obsession, Maria Barrett Riceyman Steps, Arnold Bennett, Peter

German school of fencing The German school of fencing Deutsche Schule Kunst des Fechtens is a system of combat taught in the Holy Roman Empire during the Late Medieval, Renaissance, and Loot Sitemap Dangerous Obsession, Maria Barrett Riceyman Steps, Arnold Bennett, Peter

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  1. James Knowles

    Pros: Original Text, English Translation, A Modern InterpretationCons: Starting to show its age, but only barely I started studying Renaissance martial arts just before this book came out. It really helped me get acquainted with the style and substance of the German combat manuals. It's fairly "newbie friendly". As I progressed, I came to disagree with some of the interpretations, but that's what they are: modern interpretations the best the authors could do at the time. Cutting-edge research ha [...]

  2. Ben

    On a par with Christian Henry Tobler's Secrets of German Medieval Swordsmanship, this work has the added benefit of footwork diagrams, and the consequences of each attack shown in the illustrations, leaving no doubt that this was a lethally effective martial art. Having been published after Mr. Tobler's first book, the research here is slightly more up-to-date.

  3. Drew Lackovic

    I've read a couple medieval sword work manuals now, and while this book provides very good practice attacks/parries, it lacks in a number of important basics -- footwork, and solo drills. Granted, this book is a more or less direct translation of the original 15th century text, which had none of these things, but for my situation -- practicing alone, the teachings of this book aren't really all that useful since I don't have a partner to practice with. To be fair, the drawings and descriptions a [...]

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