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'''''Do Arte de Esgrima''''' ("On the Art of Fencing", MS PBA 58) is a [[nationality::Portuguese]] [[fencing manual]] written in Spanish by [[Domingo Luis Godinho]] in 1599. It currently rests in the Colecção Pombalina of the [[Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal]] in Lisbon, Portugal. Although written after [[Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza]] founded the [[Verdadera Destreza]], ''Do Arte de Esgrima'''s terminology and techniques appear to align with surviving fragments of the [[esgrima común]] ("common fencing") of earlier Iberian masters such as [[Jaime Pons]], [[Pedro de la Torre]], and [[Francisco Román]]. It also shows some similarities to the work of the French master [[Henry de Sainct Didier]], though that is likely due to both sharing similar influences. ''Do Arte de Esgrima'' contains information on [[side sword|sword alone]], sword and [[shield]], sword and [[buckler]], sword and [[dagger]], sword and cloak, double swords, and the [[montante]].
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'''''Arte de Esgrima''''' ("On the Art of Fencing", MS PBA 58) is a [[nationality::Portuguese]] [[fencing manual]] written in Spanish by [[Domingo Luis Godinho]] in 1599. It currently rests in the Colecção Pombalina of the [[Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal]] in Lisbon, Portugal. Although written after [[Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza]] founded the [[Verdadera Destreza]], ''Arte de Esgrima'''s terminology and techniques appear to align with surviving fragments of the [[esgrima común]] ("common fencing") of earlier Iberian masters such as [[Jaime Pons]], [[Pedro de la Torre]], and [[Francisco Román]]. It also shows some similarities to the work of the French master [[Henry de Sainct Didier]], though that is likely due to both sharing similar influences. ''Arte de Esgrima'' contains information on [[side sword|sword alone]], sword and [[shield]], sword and [[buckler]], sword and [[dagger]], sword and cloak, double swords, and the [[montante]].
  
 
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Revision as of 18:50, 13 January 2019

Arte de Esgrima
MS PBA 58, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal
Lisbon, Portugal
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Type Fencing manual
Date 1599
Language(s) Spanish
Scribe(s) Unknown
Author(s) Domingo Luis Godinho
Material ??
Size 137 folia (?)
Format Double-sided
External data Library catalog entry
Treatise scans Digital scans

Arte de Esgrima ("On the Art of Fencing", MS PBA 58) is a Portuguese fencing manual written in Spanish by Domingo Luis Godinho in 1599. It currently rests in the Colecção Pombalina of the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal in Lisbon, Portugal. Although written after Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza founded the Verdadera Destreza, Arte de Esgrima's terminology and techniques appear to align with surviving fragments of the esgrima común ("common fencing") of earlier Iberian masters such as Jaime Pons, Pedro de la Torre, and Francisco Román. It also shows some similarities to the work of the French master Henry de Sainct Didier, though that is likely due to both sharing similar influences. Arte de Esgrima contains information on sword alone, sword and shield, sword and buckler, sword and dagger, sword and cloak, double swords, and the montante.

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Additional Resources

  • Godinho, Luis. Arte de Esgrima. Ed. Valle Ortiz, Manuel; Rivera, Tim. Santiago de Compostela: AGEA Editora, 2015. ISBN 978-84-16121-26-7

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