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Exercitiorum Atque Artis Militaris Collectanea (Pedro Monte)

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Exercitiorum Atque Artis Militaris Collectanea
Collected Martial Arts and Exercises
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Full Title Pietro Montei Exercitiorum
Atque Artis Militaris
Collectanea in Tris Libros
Distincta
Also Known as Collectanea
Author(s) Pedro Monte
Dedicated to Galeazzo da Sanseverino
Place of Origin Milan
Language Renaissance Latin
Genre(s)
Publisher Giovani Angelo Scinzenzler
Publication Date 27 July 1509
Pages 120
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Exercitiorum Atque Artis Militaris Collectanea ("Collected Martial Arts and Exercises") is a Spanish fencing manual by Pedro Monte printed in Milan in 1509.[1] It was an attempt to capture the entire art of war, including all styles of armed and unarmed combat of which Monte was aware.

Publication History

Monte's Exercitiorum Atque Artis Militaris Collectanea was first published in Milan on 27 July 1509 by Giovani Angelo Scinzenzler.

A Spanish-language manuscript copy also exists (the MS a.IV.23), which may possibly have been Monte's original draft.

Contents

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Gallery

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Additional Resources

  • Fontaine, Marie-Madeleine (in French). Le condottiere Pietro del Monte, philosophe et écrivain de la Renaissance, 1457-1509. Geneva-Paris: Slatkine, 1991. ISBN 978-2051011839

References

  1. According to the final page

Copyright and License Summary

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