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Fighting With The Quarterstaff
by David Lindholm

Surveying the whole of historical record, David Lindholm, a long-time martial arts instrutor and University lecturer, presents a practical guide for combat with the ...

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Schools and Masters of Fencing: From the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century (Dover Military History, Weapons, Armor)
by Egerton Castle

The standard reference on historical swordsmanship since its 1885 publication, this volume is still widely considered the definitive work on fencing history and the ...

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The Art of Dueling: Salvator Fabris' rapier fencing treatise of 1606
by Salvator Fabris

The Italian Rapier has held a special place in the history of European swordsmanship. Famous for generations after his death, Salvatore Fabris became the personal ...

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—Updated Dec 11, 2006



Arte of Defence: An Introduction to the Use of the Rapier
by William E. Wilson

No sword and no historical style of swordsmanship is as romanticized as is the rapier of the Italian Renaissance. From the quarrels, brawls and duels of Shakespeare ...

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