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Difference between revisions of "Cort Bevvijs' Van t'Rapier alleen (MS KB.72.F.37)"
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|Cort Bevvijs' Van t'Rapier alleen|
|MS KB.72.F.37, Koninklijke Bibliotheek|
The Hague, Netherlands
Title page, fol. 1r
|Also known as||Cort Bevvijs' Van t'Rapier alleen. Wat |
veranderingen úijt het verset vanden
buijten steeck connen geschieden, met
de tegen-veranderinge van dien.
|Place of origin||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Material||Paper, with a parchment cover|
|Size||24 folia (215 mm × 315 mm)|
|Format||Double-sided; one illustration per side, |
with text above
|External data||Library catalog entry|
|Treatise scans||Digital scans (print)|
Cort Bevvijs' Van t'Rapier alleen ("A Short Demonstration of the Single Rapier"; MS KB.72.F.37) is a Dutch fencing manual created between 1602 and 1608 by Pieter Bailly. It currently rests in the holdings of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek in The Hague, Netherlands. It treats the use of the rapier, but rather than presenting a system based on the popular Italian fencing it seems to preserve a native Dutch style.
|1r - 24v||Rapier by Pieter Bailly|
- Galas, S. Matt and Steenput, Eli. "The Cort Bewijs of Pieter Bailly: A Dutch Rapier Manual, Circa 1602 – 1608." Arts de Combat. Théorie et pratique en Europe XIVe-XXe siècle. Ed. Fabrice Cognot. Burgundy: De Taille et d'Estoc, 2011. ISBN 2-907594-10-9
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|Transcription||Reinier van Noort||Index:Cort Bevvijs' Van t'Rapier alleen (MS KB.72.F.37)|
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