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De duello, vel De re militari in singulari certamine (Paride del Pozzo)
|De re militari et de duello|
|Questions of Honor and Arms|
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
|Author(s)||Paride del Pozzo|
|Place of origin||Napoli, Italy|
|Publication date||1476, 1518, 1521, 1523, 1525,|
1530, 1536, 1540, 1543, 1544,
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; it was also lifted by Achille Marozzo and formed on the of core components of his own enormously popular treatise on Bolognese fencing.
De re militari et de duello was printed in Naples in 1476-77 by Sixtus Riessinger; the Latin edition was reprinted in 1543 by Benedictum Bonnyn in Lyon, France.
Some time before 1518 it was translated into Italian, and several Italian editions were printed in Venice thereafter, including in 1518, 1521, 1523, , 1530, 1536, 1540, and 1544.
Also in 1544, it was translated into Spanish and published in Seville, Spain under the title Libro llamado batalla de dos ("Book Called Battle of Two").
In ca. 1580, it was translated a third time; Thomas Bedingfield's English 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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