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'''Das Buch von Füßringen''' ("The Book of Grappling on Foot") is an anonymous [[nationality::German]] [[wrestling manual]] from the late [[century::15th century]]. The first known version appears in the ''[[Das Landshuter Ringerbuch (Hans Wurm)|Landshuter Ringerbuch]]'', printed by [[Hans Wurm]] in the 1490s and reprinted twice in the next 20 years.<ref>[[Sydney Anglo|Anglo, Sydney]]. ''The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe''. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000. pp 187</ref> In the 1510s, a more extensive copy was included in the [[Goliath Fechtbuch (MS Germ.Quart.2020)|MS German Quarto 2020]]. This version is notable as the first appearance of a game called "grappling in the pit" (''[[ringen im Grüblein]]''),<ref>The term "Grüblein" appears on the first page of Hans Wurm's version, but is not defined or otherwise used in the text.</ref> in which two grapplers fight with certain handicaps (which would be more thoroughly explained in 1539 by [[Fabian von Auerswald]]).
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'''Das Buch von Füßringen''' ("The Book of Grappling on Foot") is an anonymous [[nationality::German]] [[wrestling manual]] from the late [[century::15th century]]. The first known version appears in the ''[[Das Landshuter Ringerbuch (Hans Wurm)|Landshuter Ringerbuch]]'', printed by [[Hans Wurm]] in the 1490s and reprinted twice in the next 20 years.<ref>[[Sydney Anglo|Anglo, Sydney]]. ''The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe''. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000. pp 187</ref> In 1535-40, a more extensive copy was included in the [[Goliath Fechtbuch (MS Germ.Quart.2020)|MS Germ.quart. 2020]]. This version is notable as the first appearance of a game called "grappling in the pit" (''[[ringen im Grüblein]]''),<ref>The term "Grüblein" appears on the first page of Hans Wurm's version, but is not defined or otherwise used in the text.</ref> in which two grapplers fight with certain handicaps (which would be more thoroughly explained in 1539 by [[Fabian von Auerswald]]).
  
 
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* Bleibrunner, Hans. ''Das Landshuter Ringerbuch von Hans Wurm: ein farb. Blockbuch aus d. Jahre 1500''. Munich: Süddeutscher Verlag, 1969.
 
* Bleibrunner, Hans. ''Das Landshuter Ringerbuch von Hans Wurm: ein farb. Blockbuch aus d. Jahre 1500''. Munich: Süddeutscher Verlag, 1969.
 
* Minkowski, Helmut. {{Google books|KyUMAAAAYAAJ|Das Ringen im Grüblein: eine spätmittelalterliche Form des deutschen Leibringens}}. Stuttgart: K. Hofmann, 1963.
 
* Minkowski, Helmut. {{Google books|KyUMAAAAYAAJ|Das Ringen im Grüblein: eine spätmittelalterliche Form des deutschen Leibringens}}. Stuttgart: K. Hofmann, 1963.
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* [[Rainer Welle|Welle, Rainer]]. "Ein unvollendetes Meisterwerk der Fecht- und Ringkampfliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts sucht seinen Autor: der Landshuter Holzschneider und Maler Georg Lemberger als Fecht- und Ringbuchillustrator?" ''Codices manuscripti & impressi.'' Supplementum 12. Purkersdorf: Verlag Brüder Hollinek, 2017.
 
* [[Rainer Welle|Welle, Rainer]]. ''"…und wisse das alle höbischeit kompt von deme ringen". Der Ringkampf als adelige Kunst im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert.'' Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus-Verlagsgesellschaft, 1993. ISBN 3-89085-755-8
 
* [[Rainer Welle|Welle, Rainer]]. ''"…und wisse das alle höbischeit kompt von deme ringen". Der Ringkampf als adelige Kunst im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert.'' Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus-Verlagsgesellschaft, 1993. ISBN 3-89085-755-8
  

Latest revision as of 02:12, 1 July 2021

Das Buch von Füßringen
The Book of Grappling on Foot
Wurm ff 1v-2r.jpg
Also Known as Ringen im Grüblein
Author(s) Unknown
Illustrated by Unknown
Date late 15th century
Genre Wrestling manual
Language Early New High German
State of Existence Original hypothetical,
several copies exist
Manuscript(s) MS Germ.Quart.2020 (1535-40)
Concordance by Michael Chidester
Translations slovenský preklad

Das Buch von Füßringen ("The Book of Grappling on Foot") is an anonymous German wrestling manual from the late 15th century. The first known version appears in the Landshuter Ringerbuch, printed by Hans Wurm in the 1490s and reprinted twice in the next 20 years.[1] In 1535-40, a more extensive copy was included in the MS Germ.quart. 2020. This version is notable as the first appearance of a game called "grappling in the pit" (ringen im Grüblein),[2] in which two grapplers fight with certain handicaps (which would be more thoroughly explained in 1539 by Fabian von Auerswald).

Treatise

Additional Resources

  • Bleibrunner, Hans. Das Landshuter Ringerbuch von Hans Wurm: ein farb. Blockbuch aus d. Jahre 1500. Munich: Süddeutscher Verlag, 1969.
  • Minkowski, Helmut. Das Ringen im Grüblein: eine spätmittelalterliche Form des deutschen Leibringens. Stuttgart: K. Hofmann, 1963.
  • Welle, Rainer. "Ein unvollendetes Meisterwerk der Fecht- und Ringkampfliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts sucht seinen Autor: der Landshuter Holzschneider und Maler Georg Lemberger als Fecht- und Ringbuchillustrator?" Codices manuscripti & impressi. Supplementum 12. Purkersdorf: Verlag Brüder Hollinek, 2017.
  • Welle, Rainer. "…und wisse das alle höbischeit kompt von deme ringen". Der Ringkampf als adelige Kunst im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus-Verlagsgesellschaft, 1993. ISBN 3-89085-755-8

References

  1. Anglo, Sydney. The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000. pp 187
  2. The term "Grüblein" appears on the first page of Hans Wurm's version, but is not defined or otherwise used in the text.