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Durchlaufen

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Durchlaufen (running through) is one of the 17 Hauptstucke in the recital of Johannes Liechtenauer, and is the action of ducking under your opponents arm while high in the bind, in order to initiate grappling techniques. Several plays are featured in the gloss of Sigmund Schining ain Ringeck.

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  1. This text is a repitition of the first paragraph on folio 68r, but this is the illustration that corresponds to the text in Goliath (folio 54v).
  2. K. "with both hands".
  3. 3.0 3.1 R. "hang down behind you".
  4. G. "next to this".
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  8. R. "when in the running-in he also drives-up with the arms".
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  10. Word omitted from the Dresden and the Rostock.
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  12. Corrected from »dim«.
  13. Line omitted from the Glasgow.
  14. D. "left hand inverted".
  15. 15.0 15.1 D. "your".
  16. "With an inverted hand" omitted from the Dresden.
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  19. 19.0 19.1 G. "his".
  20. "Thus you" omitted from the Glasgow.
  21. Corrected from »rechtem«.
  22. Corrected from »sinem«.
  23. D. "One other wrestling at the sword".
  24. Clause omitted from the Glasgow.
  25. Sentence omitted from the Glasgow.
  26. D. "A sword taking".