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'''Hans 'Pfaffen' Döbringer''' (Hanko Döbringer) was a 14th or [[century::15th century]] [[nationality::German]] [[fencing master]]. ''Pfaffen'' means "priest" and seems to indicate that he was a cleric as well as a swordsman. Döbringer is not mentioned by [[Paulus Kal]] as being a member of the [[Fellowship of Liechtenauer]], and his exact relation to the grand master [[Johannes Liechtenauer]] is uncertain.
 
'''Hans 'Pfaffen' Döbringer''' (Hanko Döbringer) was a 14th or [[century::15th century]] [[nationality::German]] [[fencing master]]. ''Pfaffen'' means "priest" and seems to indicate that he was a cleric as well as a swordsman. Döbringer is not mentioned by [[Paulus Kal]] as being a member of the [[Fellowship of Liechtenauer]], and his exact relation to the grand master [[Johannes Liechtenauer]] is uncertain.
  
Döbringer is often erroneously credited with authoring the [[Codex Döbringer (MS 3227a)|MS 3227a]], when in fact he, along with [[Andres Juden]], [[Jobs von der Nyssen]], and [[Nicklass Preußen]], is but one of four masters credited with writing a brief addendum to Liechtenauer's [[Recital]] found therein. The rest of the manuscript is a compilation text consisting of treatises on a variety of mundane and mystical topics by a number of other authors. Döbringer's treatise, on the other hand, is the only part that appears in multiple fencing treatises, being included in the [[Glasgow Fechtbuch (MS E.1939.65.341)|Glasgow Fechtbuch]].
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Döbringer is often erroneously credited with authoring the [[Pol Hausbuch (MS 3227a)|Pol Hausbuch]], when in fact he, along with [[Andres Juden]], [[Jobs von der Nyssen]], and [[Nicklass Preußen]], is but one of four masters credited with writing a brief addendum to Liechtenauer's [[Recital]] found therein. The rest of the manuscript is a compilation text consisting of treatises on a variety of mundane and mystical topics by a number of other authors. Döbringer's treatise, on the other hand, is the only part that appears in multiple fencing treatises, being included in the [[Glasgow Fechtbuch (MS E.1939.65.341)|Glasgow Fechtbuch]].
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 22:13, 7 January 2020

Hans Döbringer
Born 14th century (?)
Died date of death unknown
Occupation
Movement Liechtenauer tradition
Influences Johannes Liechtenauer
Genres Fencing manual
Language Early New High German
Manuscript(s)
First printed
english edition
Żabiński, 2008

Hans 'Pfaffen' Döbringer (Hanko Döbringer) was a 14th or 15th century German fencing master. Pfaffen means "priest" and seems to indicate that he was a cleric as well as a swordsman. Döbringer is not mentioned by Paulus Kal as being a member of the Fellowship of Liechtenauer, and his exact relation to the grand master Johannes Liechtenauer is uncertain.

Döbringer is often erroneously credited with authoring the Pol Hausbuch, when in fact he, along with Andres Juden, Jobs von der Nyssen, and Nicklass Preußen, is but one of four masters credited with writing a brief addendum to Liechtenauer's Recital found therein. The rest of the manuscript is a compilation text consisting of treatises on a variety of mundane and mystical topics by a number of other authors. Döbringer's treatise, on the other hand, is the only part that appears in multiple fencing treatises, being included in the Glasgow Fechtbuch.

References