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Transcription notes (75r - 86r)

The Goliath Fechtbuch (MS German Quarto 2020) of the Biblioteka Jagiellonska in Kraków, Poland holds a chapter called “Fechtbuch im Meser”. After several empty pages, another chapter starts that contains various pieces with the Quaterstaff as the exercising tool for the most staff weapons. In this posting I present a transcription of that book. If any translation is wanted, please let me know and I will see what I can do.

Matt Galas recognized the fencing as the same as in EgenolphDer Altenn Fechter anfengliche Kunst” of 1531. I added the sections of the same pieces of this book next to the ones in the Goliath. The additional pieces that are not identified in this document are collected in the picture next to this text. Apparently both writers of the books copied from another older document. This manuscript could be the one of Andreas Pauernfeindt of 1516 but it could be that all three authors may have drawn from elder sources because they differ too much for being a direct copy.

Note: This is a not proofread, uncorrected version. My first draft. If you have any recommendations, corrections, or annotations that will improve the content on this page, please help me by commenting. You will find the original image of this transcription here: Link to the Wiktenauer.

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The transcription is created to make the text readable. So the abbreviations and errors are resolved and marked:

[ ] Square Brackets: resolved abbreviation.
{ } Curved Brackets: added missing words or letters