New book: Translation of Di Mazo's Spada Maestra (1696)

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New book: Translation of Di Mazo's Spada Maestra (1696)

Postby Reinier » 23 May 2016 12:03

For those of you who are not active on FB or have not noticed this there:

With great pleasure, I can now announce the publication of "The Spada Maestra of Bondì di Mazo", an English translation of (wait for it...) Bondì di Mazo's "La Spada Maestra", a rapier treatise dealing with single sword, sword and dagger, sword and targe and sword and cape, published in Venice in 1696, prepared by Matteo Butera, Francesco Lanza, Jherek Swanger and Reinier van Noort.
The paperback, landscape version (mimicking the original) is now available here:
http://www.lulu.com/shop/reinier-van-no ... 01312.html

We are still working on a hardcover (portrait) version, and hope to have this out in a few weeks.

And don't forget to use the coupon code LULURC for 25% off and free mail shipping!!

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…en A alſoo liggende kan aen B, ſonder eenigh beletſel, met de zijde van ſijn hooft, op het aengeſicht van B, ſoo veel ſtoten als hy begeert. – Nicolaes Petter, 1674.

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