Compendio di Scherma - Christiani - c.1680

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Compendio di Scherma - Christiani - c.1680

Postby Piermarco » 04 Apr 2012 21:25

Transcription of a short but previously obscure rapier treatise :)

http://schoolofthesword.com/Christiani% ... iption.pdf

It is the "other Italian manuscript" alluded to in this thread (and also mentioned in the Trivulziana's 1884 catalogue):

http://www.swordforum.com/forums/showth ... an-Sources
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Re: Compendio di Scherma - Christiani - c.1680

Postby Michael Chidester » 05 Apr 2012 12:45

Cool. I've wondered if we were going to start turning up briefer, minor Italian works, as there are so many on the German side.
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Re: Compendio di Scherma - Christiani - c.1680

Postby Carletto » 30 Apr 2014 21:16

Grazie Pim.
What kind of rapier is used in this method, in your opinion?
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