Talhoffer Fechtbuch (Cod.icon. 394)
|Cod.icon. 394, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek|
An image from the 1467 manuscript
|Language(s)||Early New High German|
|Size||137 folia (?)|
|Format||Double-sided; two illustrations |
per side, with text above
|Exemplar(s)||Codex Icon 394a (1467)|
The Codex Icononografico 394 was copied in 1820 from the Codex Icononografico 394a, a German fencing manual created by Hans Talhoffer in 1467. The original currently rests in the holdings of Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich, Germany.
These contents are from the 1467 edition, from which it was copied.
|2r - 35r||Longsword by Hans Talhoffer|
|35v - 40v||Armored fencing by Hans Talhoffer|
|41r - 53r||Poleaxe by Hans Talhoffer|
|53v - 86r||Longshield by Hans Talhoffer|
|86v - 96v||Dagger by Hans Talhoffer|
|96v - 112r||Grappling by Hans Talhoffer|
|113r - 116v||Messer by Hans Talhoffer|
|117r - 122r||[[Arming sword|Sword and buckler by Hans Talhoffer|
|122v - 126v||Duel Between a Man and a Woman by Hans Talhoffer|
|127r - 136v||Mounted fencing by Hans Talhoffer|
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|Transcription||Index:Talhoffer Fechtbuch (Cod.icon. 394)|