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| location          = [[inventory::Pisani Dossi MS]], [[museum::Museo archeologico Villa Pisani Dossi]]<br/>Corbetta, Italy
 
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| Beck catalog      = [[BC::—]]
 
| Beck catalog      = [[BC::—]]
 
| Also known as      =  
 
| Also known as      =  
| Type              = {{plainlist | [[type::Fencing manual]] | [[type::Wrestling manual]] }}
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| [[type::Fencing manual]]
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| Date              = 10 February [[year::1409]]
 
| Date              = 10 February [[year::1409]]
 
| Place of origin    = Milan, Italy
 
| Place of origin    = Milan, Italy
| Language(s)        = {{plainlist | [[language::Renaissance&nbsp;Latin]] | [[language::Middle Italian]] }}
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| Language(s)        = {{plainlist
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| [[language::Renaissance&nbsp;Latin]]
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| [[language::Middle Italian]]
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}}
 
| Scribe(s)          = Unknown
 
| Scribe(s)          = Unknown
 
| Author(s)          = [[author::Fiore de'i Liberi]]
 
| Author(s)          = [[author::Fiore de'i Liberi]]
 
| Compiled by        =  
 
| Compiled by        =  
| Illuminated by    = [[artist::Altichiero da Zevio]] (?)
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| Illuminated by    = [[artist::Michelino Molinari da Besozzo]] (or follower)
 
| Patron            =  
 
| Patron            =  
 
| Dedicated to      = Niccolò III Marquis d'Este
 
| Dedicated to      = Niccolò III Marquis d'Este
 
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| Material          = Parchment, in a cardboard <br/>folder
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| Material          = Parchment, in a cardboard folder
 
| Size              = 36 [[folia]]
 
| Size              = 36 [[folia]]
| Format            = Double-sided; four illustrations <br/>per side, with text above
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| Format            = Double-sided; two to six illustrations <br/>per side, with text above
 
| Condition          =  
 
| Condition          =  
| Script            = [[script::Bastarda]]
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| Website            =  
 
| Website            =  
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'''''Flos Duellatorum''''' ("The Flower of Battle", Pisani Dossi MS) is an [[nationality::Italian]] [[fencing manual]] authored by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]] and dated 10 February 1409.<ref>Internally dated on [[:File:Pisani-Dossi MS 1r.jpg|folio 1r]]</ref> The original was long believed to have been lost during World War II, but it is now known that it remained in the collection of the Pisani Dossi family in Italy.<ref>[http://www.swordforum.com/forums/showthread.php?53114-dei-Liberi-s-Pisani-Dosi-Located dei Liberi's Pisani-Dosi Located]. Sword Forum International. Retrieved 29 January 2012.</ref> Novati described this manuscript as an unbound collection of leaves, covered with a cardboard folder with a marbled paper cover.<ref>Novati, pp 29-30.</ref> It consists of approximately 35 [[folia]] and possesses two different prefaces, one in [[Renaissance Latin]] and a second in [[Middle Italian]]. The body of the text includes four to six illustrations per page, each with only a brief couplet or quatrain to explain it. This manuscript is typically referred to as either the '''Novati''' or '''Pisani Dossi'''.
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'''''Flos Duellatorum''''' ("The Flower of Battle", Pisani Dossi MS) is a contemporary copy<ref>It does not match the descriptions of any of the fencing manuscripts in the d'Este library in the 15th century.</ref> of an [[nationality::Italian]] [[fencing manual]] authored by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]] and dated 10 February 1409.<ref>Internally dated on [[:File:Pisani-Dossi MS 02a.jpg|carta 2a]]</ref> The original was long believed to have been lost during World War II, but it is now known that it remained in the collection of the Pisani Dossi family and is currently housed in the [[Museo archeologico Villa Pisani Dossi]] in Corbetta, Italy. Novati described the Pisani Dossi MS as an unbound collection of leaves, covered in a cardboard folder with a marbled paper cover.<ref>Novati, pp 29-30.</ref> This manuscript is often referred to as the '''Novati''' (for the facsimile) or '''Pisani Dossi''' (for the original).
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Like the [[Fior di Battaglia (MS Ludwig XV 13)|MS Ludwig ⅩⅤ 13]], it is dedicated to Niccolò III, Marquis d'Este. It consists of approximately 35 leaves and includes two different prefaces, one in Renaissance Latin and a second in Friulian Italian with Viennese touches. The body of the text includes four to six illustrations per page, with gold leafing on the crowns and garters, each with only a brief couplet or quatrain in a neat [[Humanist]] hand to caption it.
  
The Pisani Dossi MS was published in facsimile by [[Francesco Novati]] in 1902, making it the only version of Fiore de'i Liberi's manual whose images are considered [[wikipedia:public domain|public domain]]. However, it is unclear how accurate this facsimile is, as evidence suggests that Novati may have hired an artist to create a tracing of the original manuscript rather than reproducing it directly.<ref>[http://www.swordforum.com/forums/showthread.php?2238-Lost-Kal-Found-in-Plain-Sight! Lost Kal - Found in Plain Sight!]. Sword Forum International. Retrieved 29 January 2012.</ref> This would have provided ample opportunity for errors to creep into the images, and might also account for the significant divergences from the artistic style of the [[Fior di Battaglia (MS Ludwig XV 13)|Getty]] and the [[Fior di Battaglia (MS M.383)|Morgan]].
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The Pisani Dossi MS was published in facsimile by [[Francesco Novati]] in 1902, making it the only version of Fiore de'i Liberi's manual whose images are considered [[wikipedia:public domain|public domain]].  
  
 
== Provenance ==
 
== Provenance ==
  
The known provenance of the Pisani Dossi MS is:<ref>[[Matt Easton|Easton, Matt]]. "[http://www.fioredeiliberi.org/fiore/ Fiore dei Liberi - Fior di Battaglia - Flos Duellatorum]". [[Schola Gladiatoria]]. Retrieved 30 October 2010.</ref>
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The known provenance of the Pisani Dossi MS is:<ref>[[Matt Easton|Easton, Matt]]. "[http://www.fioredeiliberi.org/fiore/ Fiore dei Liberi - Fior di Battaglia - Flos Duellatorum]". [[Schola Gladiatoria]]. Retrieved 11 December 2015.</ref>
  
 
* Completed by Fiore de'i Liberi on 10 February, 1409. Though it was dedicated to Niccolò III d'Este, there is no evidence that it ever passed into his library.
 
* Completed by Fiore de'i Liberi on 10 February, 1409. Though it was dedicated to Niccolò III d'Este, there is no evidence that it ever passed into his library.
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|-  
 
|-  
 
! id="page" | [[Fiore de'i Liberi|2a]]
 
! id="page" | [[Fiore de'i Liberi|2a]]
| Latin Preface by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Latin Preface by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|2a - 2b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|2a - 2b]]
| Italian Preface by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Italian Preface by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|3a - 5b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|3a - 5b]]
| [[Grappling]] by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| [[Grappling]] by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|5b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|5b]]
| Baton by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Baton by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|6a - 12b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|6a - 12b]]
| [[Dagger]] by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| [[Dagger]] by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|12b - 13a]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|12b - 13a]]
| Four strikes of the sword by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Four strikes of the sword by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|13a - 14b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|13a - 14b]]
| [[Longsword]] in one hand by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| [[Sword]] in one hand by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|15a - 16b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|15a - 16b]]
| [[Staff weapons]] by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| [[Staff weapons|Spear]] by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|16b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|16b]]
| The Seven Swords by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Seven Swords diagram by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|17a - 24b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|17a - 24b]]
| Longsword in two hands by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Sword in two hands by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|25a - 26b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|25a - 26b]]
| [[Armored fencing]] by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Sword in [[Armored fencing|armor]] by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|27a - 28a, 36a]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|27a - 28a, 36a]]
| [[Pole weapons]] by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| [[Pole weapons|Axe]] in armor by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|29a - 33b, 34b]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|29a - 33b, 34b]]
| [[Mounted fencing]] by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| [[Mounted fencing]] by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|34a]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|34a]]
| Spear vs. cavalry by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Spear vs. cavalry by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|35a - 36a]]
 
! [[Fiore de'i Liberi|35a - 36a]]
| Sword vs. dagger by Fiore de'i Liberi
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| Sword vs. dagger by [[Fiore de'i Liberi]]
  
 
|-  
 
|-  
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
  
These images are sourced from Francesco Novati's 1902 edition of the manuscript. The manuscript itself is in the private collection of the Pisani Dossi family in Italy, but is not available for study.{{-}}
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These images are sourced from Francesco Novati's 1902 facsimile of the manuscript. The manuscript itself is in the private collection of the Pisani Dossi family in Italy, but is not available for study.{{-}}
  
 
{{image|page=1|Pisani-Dossi MS 01a.jpg|Carta 1a}}
 
{{image|page=1|Pisani-Dossi MS 01a.jpg|Carta 1a}}
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== Additional Resources ==
 
== Additional Resources ==
  
* [[Fiore de'i Liberi|dei Liberi, Fiore]]; [[Marco Rubboli|Rubboli, Marco]]; [[Luca Cesari|Cesari, Luca]]. ''Flos Duellatorum. Manuale di Arte del Combattimento del XV secolo''. Rome: [[Il Cerchio Iniziative Editoriali]], 2002. ISBN 88-8474-023-1
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* Deacon, Jacob Henry. "Prologues, Poetry, Prose and Portrayals: The Purposes of Fifteenth Century Fight Books According to the Diplomatic Evidence". ''[[Acta Periodica Duellatorum]]'' '''4'''(2): 69-90. 2016. {{doi|10.36950/apd-2016-014}}
* [[Francesco Novati|Novati, Francesco]]. ''[http://www.fioredeiliberi.org/manuscripts/novati/ Flos Duellatorum, Il Fior di Battaglia di Maestro Fiore dei Liberi da Premariacco]''. Bergamo: 1902.
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* Malipiero, Massimo (in Italian). ''Il Fior di battaglia di Fiore dei Liberi da Cividale: Il Codice Ludwing ⅩⅤ 13 del J. Paul Getty Museum''. Udine: Ribis, 2006. ISBN 887-44503-5-4
* Rapisardi, Giovani. ''Fiore de' Liberi Flos Duellatorum - in armis, sine armis equester et pedesta''. Gladitoria Press, 1998.  
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* [[Francesco Novati|Novati, Francesco]] (in Italian). ''[[:File:Novati (Full).pdf|Flos Duellatorum, Il Fior di Battaglia di Maestro Fiore dei Liberi da Premariacco]]''. Bergamo: Instituto Italiano d'Arte Grafiche, 1902.
* [[D. Luigi Zanutto|Zanutto, D. Luigi]]. ''[http://historicalfencing.org/Zanutto-Fiore%20da%20Premariacco.pdf Fiore di Premariacco ed I Ludi e Le Feste Marziali e Civili in Friuli]''. Udine: D. Del Bianco, 1907.
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* Палій, Людмила Іванівна (in Ukrainian). "Витоки художнього стилю ілюстрацій «Квітки Битви» майстра Фіоре Фріулано деі Лібері". ''Науковий вісник Ужгородського університету'' '''2'''(43): 84-102, 2020. {{doi|10.24144/2523-4498.2(43).2020.217366}}
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* Rapisardi, Giovanni (in Italian). ''Fiore de’ Liberi Flos Duellatorum - in armis, sine armis equester et pedesta''. Gladitoria Press, 1998. ISBN 978-888-94041-6-4
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* [[Marco Rubboli|Rubboli, Marco]]; [[Luca Cesari|Cesari, Luca]] (in Italian). ''Flos Duellatorum. Manuale di Arte del Combattimento del ⅩⅤ secolo''. Rome: [[Il Cerchio Iniziative Editoriali]], 2002. ISBN 88-8474-023-1
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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| authors    = [[Francesco Novati]]
 
| authors    = [[Francesco Novati]]
 
| source link =  
 
| source link =  
| source title= [[:File:Novati.pdf|'' Flos Duellatorum, Il Fior di Battaglia di Maestro Fiore dei Liberi...'']]
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| source title= [[:File:Flos Dvellatorvm in Armis, sine Armis, Eqvester, Pedester (Novati).pdf|''Flos Dvellatorvm in Armis, sine Armis, Eqvester, Pedester'']]
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Latest revision as of 21:08, 4 May 2021

Flos Duellatorum
Pisani Dossi MS, Museo archeologico Villa Pisani Dossi
Corbetta, Italy

Pisani-Dossi MS 01b.jpg
Pisani-Dossi MS 02a.jpg
Title page, fol. 1r
WiktenauerLeng
WierschinHils
Type
Date 10 February 1409
Place of origin Milan, Italy
Language(s)
Scribe(s) Unknown
Author(s) Fiore de'i Liberi
Illustrated by Michelino Molinari da Besozzo (or follower)
Dedicated to Niccolò III Marquis d'Este
Material Parchment, in a cardboard folder
Size 36 folia
Format Double-sided; two to six illustrations
per side, with text above
Treatise scans

Flos Duellatorum ("The Flower of Battle", Pisani Dossi MS) is a contemporary copy[1] of an Italian fencing manual authored by Fiore de'i Liberi and dated 10 February 1409.[2] The original was long believed to have been lost during World War II, but it is now known that it remained in the collection of the Pisani Dossi family and is currently housed in the Museo archeologico Villa Pisani Dossi in Corbetta, Italy. Novati described the Pisani Dossi MS as an unbound collection of leaves, covered in a cardboard folder with a marbled paper cover.[3] This manuscript is often referred to as the Novati (for the facsimile) or Pisani Dossi (for the original).

Like the MS Ludwig ⅩⅤ 13, it is dedicated to Niccolò III, Marquis d'Este. It consists of approximately 35 leaves and includes two different prefaces, one in Renaissance Latin and a second in Friulian Italian with Viennese touches. The body of the text includes four to six illustrations per page, with gold leafing on the crowns and garters, each with only a brief couplet or quatrain in a neat Humanist hand to caption it.

The Pisani Dossi MS was published in facsimile by Francesco Novati in 1902, making it the only version of Fiore de'i Liberi's manual whose images are considered public domain.

Provenance

The known provenance of the Pisani Dossi MS is:[4]

  • Completed by Fiore de'i Liberi on 10 February, 1409. Though it was dedicated to Niccolò III d'Este, there is no evidence that it ever passed into his library.
  • before 1663 – belonged to Schier de' Prevosti da Valbregaglia, passed into the library of the Sacchi da Bucinigo family (purchased before 1902, Carlo Alberto Pisani Dossi).
  • before 1902-present – owned by the Pisani Dossi family.

Contents

As the foliation of the manuscript is not known, the carta numeration from Novati's facsimile will be used instead.

2a Latin Preface by Fiore de'i Liberi
2a - 2b Italian Preface by Fiore de'i Liberi
3a - 5b Grappling by Fiore de'i Liberi
5b Baton by Fiore de'i Liberi
6a - 12b Dagger by Fiore de'i Liberi
12b - 13a Four strikes of the sword by Fiore de'i Liberi
13a - 14b Sword in one hand by Fiore de'i Liberi
15a - 16b Spear by Fiore de'i Liberi
16b Seven Swords diagram by Fiore de'i Liberi
17a - 24b Sword in two hands by Fiore de'i Liberi
25a - 26b Sword in armor by Fiore de'i Liberi
27a - 28a, 36a Axe in armor by Fiore de'i Liberi
29a - 33b, 34b Mounted fencing by Fiore de'i Liberi
34a Spear vs. cavalry by Fiore de'i Liberi
35a - 36a Sword vs. dagger by Fiore de'i Liberi
36b Closing

Gallery

These images are sourced from Francesco Novati's 1902 facsimile of the manuscript. The manuscript itself is in the private collection of the Pisani Dossi family in Italy, but is not available for study.

Carta 1a
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Carta 1b
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Carta 2a
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Carta 2b
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Carta 3a
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Carta 3b
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Carta 4a
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Carta 4b
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Carta 5a
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Carta 5b
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Carta 6a
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Carta 6b
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Carta 8a
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Carta 7a
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Carta 7b
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Carta 8b
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Carta 9a
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Carta 9b
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Carta 10a
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Carta 10b
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Carta 11a
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Carta 11b
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Carta 12a
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Carta 12b
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Carta 13a
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Carta 13b
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Carta 14a
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Carta 14b
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Carta 15a
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Carta 15b
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Carta 16a
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Carta 16b
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Carta 17a
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Carta 17b
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Carta 18a
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Carta 18b
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Carta 19a
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Carta 19b
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Carta 20a
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Carta 20b
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Carta 21a
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Carta 21b
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Carta 22a
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Carta 22b
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Carta 23a
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Carta 23b
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Carta 24a
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Carta 24b
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Carta 25a
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Carta 25b
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Carta 26a
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Carta 26b
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Carta 27a
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Carta 27b
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Carta 28a
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Carta 28b
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Carta 29a
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Carta 29b
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Carta 30a
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Carta 30b
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Carta 31a
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Carta 31b
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Carta 32a
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Carta 32b
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Carta 33a
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Carta 33b
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Carta 34a
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Carta 34b
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Carta 35a
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Carta 35b
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Carta 36a
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Additional Resources

  • Deacon, Jacob Henry. "Prologues, Poetry, Prose and Portrayals: The Purposes of Fifteenth Century Fight Books According to the Diplomatic Evidence". Acta Periodica Duellatorum 4(2): 69-90. 2016. doi:10.36950/apd-2016-014
  • Malipiero, Massimo (in Italian). Il Fior di battaglia di Fiore dei Liberi da Cividale: Il Codice Ludwing ⅩⅤ 13 del J. Paul Getty Museum. Udine: Ribis, 2006. ISBN 887-44503-5-4
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References

  1. It does not match the descriptions of any of the fencing manuscripts in the d'Este library in the 15th century.
  2. Internally dated on carta 2a
  3. Novati, pp 29-30.
  4. Easton, Matt. "Fiore dei Liberi - Fior di Battaglia - Flos Duellatorum". Schola Gladiatoria. Retrieved 11 December 2015.

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