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{{Infobox manuscript
 
{{Infobox manuscript
 
<!----------Name---------->
 
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| name           = [[name::Cabinet d'escrime de l'espee et poingnardt]]
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| name               = [[name::Cabinet d'escrime de l'espee et poingnardt]]
| location       = [[inventory::MS KB.73.J.39]], [[museum::Koninklijke Bibliotheek]]<br/>The Hague, Netherlands
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| location           = [[inventory::MS KB.73.J.39]], [[museum::Koninklijke Bibliotheek]]<br/>The Hague, Netherlands
 
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| Index number   = [[WI::—]]
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| Index number       = [[WI::—]]
| Wierschin's catalog=[[WC::—]]
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| Wierschin's catalog= [[WC::—]]
| Hils' catalog   = [[HK::—]]
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| Hils' catalog     = [[HK::—]]
| Beck catalog   = [[BC::—]]
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| Beck catalog       = [[BC::—]]
| Also known as   = ''Showcase of Fencing with the <br/>Sword and Dagger, Composed in <br/>Former Times by Mr. Peloquin, <br/>Captain and One of the Four <br/>Leading Fencing Masters of France.''
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| Also known as     = ''Showcase of Fencing with the <br/>Sword and Dagger, Composed <br/>in Former Times by Mr. <br/>Peloquin, Captain and One of <br/>the Four Leading Fencing <br/>Masters of France.''
| Type           = [[type::Fencing manual]]
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| Type               = [[type::Fencing manual]]
| Date           = before 1609[[year::1600s| ]]
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| Date               = before [[year::1609]]
| Place of origin =  
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| Place of origin   =  
| Language(s)     = [[language::Middle French]]
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| Language(s)       = [[language::Middle French]]
| Scribe(s)       = [[scribe::J. de La Haye]]
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| Scribe(s)         = [[scribe::J. de La Haye]]
| Author(s)       = [[author::Captain Peloquin]]
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| Author(s)         = [[author::Captain Peloquin]]
| Compiled by     =  
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| Compiled by       =  
| Illuminated by =  
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| Illuminated by     =  
| Patron         =  
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<!----------Form and content---------->
 
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| Material       = Paper, in a leather binding
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| Material           = Paper, in a leather binding
| Size           = 28 [[folia]]
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| Size               = 28 [[folia]]
| Format         = Double-sided; one illustration per <br/>side, with text alongside
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| Format             = Double-sided; one illustration <br/>per side, with text alongside
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'''Cabinet d'escrime de l'espee et poingnardt''' ("Showcase of Fencing with the Sword and Dagger", MS KB.73.J.39) is a 17th century copy of a [[nationality::French]] [[fencing manual]] created in ca. 1585 by [[Captain Peloquin]].{{cn}} It currently rests in the holdings of the [[Koninklijke Bibliotheek]] in The Hague, Netherlands. It contains both descriptive text and abstract fencing diagrams, and is one of the first manuals documenting the French fencing tradition.
 
'''Cabinet d'escrime de l'espee et poingnardt''' ("Showcase of Fencing with the Sword and Dagger", MS KB.73.J.39) is a 17th century copy of a [[nationality::French]] [[fencing manual]] created in ca. 1585 by [[Captain Peloquin]].{{cn}} It currently rests in the holdings of the [[Koninklijke Bibliotheek]] in The Hague, Netherlands. It contains both descriptive text and abstract fencing diagrams, and is one of the first manuals documenting the French fencing tradition.
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== Contents ==
 
== Contents ==
  
{| class="wikitable treatise"
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{| class="treatise"
 
|-  
 
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! id="page" | Folio
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! id="page" | [[Captain Peloquin|1r - 28v]]
! Contents
 
 
 
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! [[Captain Peloquin|1r - 28v]]
 
 
| [[Rapier]] and [[dagger]] by Captain Peloquin
 
| [[Rapier]] and [[dagger]] by Captain Peloquin
  

Revision as of 22:31, 4 January 2015

Cabinet d'escrime de l'espee et poingnardt
MS KB.73.J.39, Koninklijke Bibliotheek
The Hague, Netherlands
KB.73.J.39 1r.jpg
WiktenauerLeng
WierschinHils
Also known as Showcase of Fencing with the
Sword and Dagger, Composed
in Former Times by Mr.
Peloquin, Captain and One of
the Four Leading Fencing
Masters of France.
Type Fencing manual
Date before 1609
Language(s) Middle French
Scribe(s) J. de La Haye
Author(s) Captain Peloquin
Material Paper, in a leather binding
Size 28 folia
Format Double-sided; one illustration
per side, with text alongside

Cabinet d'escrime de l'espee et poingnardt ("Showcase of Fencing with the Sword and Dagger", MS KB.73.J.39) is a 17th century copy of a French fencing manual created in ca. 1585 by Captain Peloquin.[citation needed] It currently rests in the holdings of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek in The Hague, Netherlands. It contains both descriptive text and abstract fencing diagrams, and is one of the first manuals documenting the French fencing tradition.

Provenance

Contents

1r - 28v Rapier and dagger by Captain Peloquin

Gallery

Additional Resources

References