The oldest known European fencing manual — Royal Armouries

In this monthly blog series, our collections team write about their Object of the Month, chosen from our collection. In this month’s blog, Stuart Ivinson, Librarian at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, explores the history of the treasured manuscript I.33, ahead of the publication of Jeffrey Forgeng’s latest transcription. A jewel of the collection One of […]

Also a favorite of mine, and a manuscript and system I personally study. Although, I have never had the privilege to study it in person. Another to add to the lists of blogs I wish to write ;).

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