1 edition of A treatise on the theory and practice of the art of fencing found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Art of fencing|
|Statement||by George Roland|
|Contributions||Simson, G., illustrator, Forrester & Morison|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||181 pages, 12 unnumbered leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||181|
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The book is divide into three : $ A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of the Art of Fencing. By George Roland. Archd Constable and Company: London. " by 6" v, vi-xvii, viii, , pp. DETAILS. A scarce, first edition copy of fencing master George Roland's treatise on fencing.
Signed by Roland to the front endpaper. McARTHUR (John). The Army and Navy Gentleman's Companion; or a New and Complete Treatise on the Theory and Practice of ying the Intricacies of Small-Sword Play; and Reducing the Art to the most Easy & Familiar Principles by regular progressive Lessons.
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Treatises. Modern historical European martial arts reconstruction is founded on the study of so-called fencing manuals. While most regions of the world have produced a few martial arts treatises over the centuries, the European treatise tradition far exceeded any other in both its complexity and its sheer volume: well over a hundred and fifty distinct manuscripts and hundreds more printed works survive from the Medieval and Early Modern time periods.
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The Art of Sword Combat: A German Treatise on Swordmanship price Ridolfo Capoferro's the Art and Practice of Fencing: A Practical Translation for the Modern Swordsman 6. The Theory and Practice of Historical Martial Arts 8. The full title of this excellent book is “The Army and Navy Gentlemen’s Companion or A New and Complete Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Fencing’ which says all that is really needed in any title.
The book is divide into three parts. The second half of the book provides a clear, practical, detailed guide to its use, as well as to the theory and practice of historical fencing.
Francesco Alfieri’s Lo Spadone (The Two-Handed Sword), translated here, provides a “missing link” between medieval and modern martial s: Fencing book of approx.French translation edition ofanother ofand German editions of these in / Concerned primarily with sword & dagger, and also with single sword and sword & cape.
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*This instalment of The Swordsman’s Quick Guide has been included as a chapter in the author's book The Theory and Practice of Historical Martial Arts.* Fencing theory is the intellectual, abstract structure that fencers use to describe, define, and explain their s: 4.
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