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''De re militari et de duello'' was printed in Naples in 1476-77 by [[Sixtus Riessinger]]; the Latin edition was reprinted in 1509 and 1515 in Milan, and in 1543 by Benedictum Bonnyn in Lyon, France.
 
''De re militari et de duello'' was printed in Naples in 1476-77 by [[Sixtus Riessinger]]; the Latin edition was reprinted in 1509 and 1515 in Milan, and in 1543 by Benedictum Bonnyn in Lyon, France.
  
In 1501, Diego Enriquez de Castillo translated the treatise to Spanish, mediated by an as-yet-unidentified Toscano (Italian?) version, perhaps Pozzo's original text. Enriquez' translation doesn't seem to have ever been published, but the Toscano version was translated to Spanish again in 1544 and published in Seville by Dominico de Robertis, under the title ''Libro llamado batalla de dos'' ("Book Called the Battle of Two").
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In 1501, Diego Enriquez de Castillo translated the treatise to Spanish, mediated by an as-yet-unidentified Toscano (Italian?) version, perhaps Pozzo's original text. This translation is preserved in two manuscripts held by the Biblioteca Nacional de España, MSS 936 and 944. Enriquez' translation doesn't seem to have ever been published, but the Toscano version was translated to Spanish again in 1544 and published in Seville by Dominico de Robertis, under the title ''Libro llamado batalla de dos'' ("Book Called the Battle of Two").
  
 
Some time before 1518, the text was translated into Italian, and several Italian editions were printed in Venice thereafter, including in 1518, 1521, 1523, 1525, 1530, 1536, 1540, and 1544.
 
Some time before 1518, the text was translated into Italian, and several Italian editions were printed in Venice thereafter, including in 1518, 1521, 1523, 1525, 1530, 1536, 1540, and 1544.
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In 1536, the Italian version was lifted by [[Achille Marozzo]] and integrated into his own work on dueling, published as book 5 of his treatise ''[[Opera Nova (Achille Marozzo)|Opera nova]]'', which also saw several editions over the subsequent century.
 
In 1536, the Italian version was lifted by [[Achille Marozzo]] and integrated into his own work on dueling, published as book 5 of his treatise ''[[Opera Nova (Achille Marozzo)|Opera nova]]'', which also saw several editions over the subsequent century.
  
Finally, in ca. 1580, the Italian version was translated to English; Thomas Bedingfield's translation is recorded in a manuscript entitled ''Questions of Honor and Arms'' (MS V.b.104), but doesn't seem to have ever been published.
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Finally, in ca. 1580, the Italian version was translated to English by Thomas Bedingfield and titled ''Questions of Honor and Arms''. This translation is preserved in a manuscript held by the Folger Shakespeare Library, MS V.b.104, but doesn't seem to have ever been published.
  
 
== Contents ==
 
== Contents ==

Revision as of 01:56, 9 June 2018

De re militari et de duello
Questions of Honor and Arms
Pozzo title 3.jpg
Title page to the 1521 edition
Full title Duello: libro de re imperatori,
principi signori, gentil'homini,
et de tutti armigeri, cõtinente
disfide concordie, pace, casi
accadenti, et iudicii con ragione
essempli, et authoritate de
poeti
Author(s) Paride del Pozzo
Place of origin Napoli, Italy
Language Renaissance Latin
Publisher Sixtus Riessinger
Publication date 1476, 1501, 1509, 1515, 1518,
1521, 1523, 1525, 1530, 1536,
1540, 1543, 1544, 1560, 1580
Pages 376 pages
Treatise scans

De re militari et de duello ("On Military Matters and On Dueling") is an Italian treatise on dueling laws and customs written in Renaissance Latin by Italian jurist Paride del Pozzo and published in 1476. It seems to have been quite popular, published in at least thirteen editions over the subsequent century and translated into three other languages; sections were also lifted by Achille Marozzo and formed one the of core components of his own enormously popular treatise on Bolognese fencing.

Publication History

De re militari et de duello was printed in Naples in 1476-77 by Sixtus Riessinger; the Latin edition was reprinted in 1509 and 1515 in Milan, and in 1543 by Benedictum Bonnyn in Lyon, France.

In 1501, Diego Enriquez de Castillo translated the treatise to Spanish, mediated by an as-yet-unidentified Toscano (Italian?) version, perhaps Pozzo's original text. This translation is preserved in two manuscripts held by the Biblioteca Nacional de España, MSS 936 and 944. Enriquez' translation doesn't seem to have ever been published, but the Toscano version was translated to Spanish again in 1544 and published in Seville by Dominico de Robertis, under the title Libro llamado batalla de dos ("Book Called the Battle of Two").

Some time before 1518, the text was translated into Italian, and several Italian editions were printed in Venice thereafter, including in 1518, 1521, 1523, 1525, 1530, 1536, 1540, and 1544.

In 1536, the Italian version was lifted by Achille Marozzo and integrated into his own work on dueling, published as book 5 of his treatise Opera nova, which also saw several editions over the subsequent century.

Finally, in ca. 1580, the Italian version was translated to English by Thomas Bedingfield and titled Questions of Honor and Arms. This translation is preserved in a manuscript held by the Folger Shakespeare Library, MS V.b.104, but doesn't seem to have ever been published.

Contents

1 - 373 Treatise on duelling by Paride del Pozzo

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Title pages

1476 edition (Latin)
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1501 edition (Spanish)
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1501 edition (Spanish)
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1509 edition (Latin)
1515 edition (Latin)
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1518 edition (Italian)
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1521 edition (Italian)
Pozzo title 3.jpg
1523 edition (Italian)
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1523 edition (Italian)
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1525 edition (Italian)
1530 edition (Italian)
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1536 edition (Italian)
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1540 edition (Italian)
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1543 edition (Latin)
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1544 edition (Italian)
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1544 edition (Spanish)
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1560 edition (Italian)
1580 edition (English)
MS V.b.104 003r.jpg

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