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The '''Hans Endter Fechtuch''' is a [[nationality::German]] [[fencing manual]] created by Hans Endter some time before 1562.{{cn}} It was previously held by the [[Germanisches Nationalmuseum]] in Nuremberg, Germany; it was lost during World War II, and its current location is unknown. The manuscript was analyzed by [[Carl Michael Wiechmann-Kadow]] in the 19th century, from whom we know that it is a fragmentary copy of [[Johannes Liechtenauer]]'s [[epitome]] on the longsword; Wiechmann-Kadow speculated that it was based on the [[Codex Danzig (Cod.44.A.8)|Codex 44.A.8]],{{cn}} but this may simply be because he was not aware any other copies of the epitome.
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The '''Hans Endter Fechtuch''' is a [[nationality::German]] [[fencing manual]] created by Hans Endter some time before 1562.{{cn}} It was previously held by the [[Germanisches Nationalmuseum]] in Nuremberg, Germany; it was lost during World War II, and its current location is unknown. The manuscript was analyzed by [[Carl Michael Wiechmann-Kadow]] in the 19th century, from whom we know that it is a fragmentary copy of [[Johannes Liechtenauer]]'s [[Recital]] on the longsword; Wiechmann-Kadow speculated that it was based on the [[Codex Danzig (Cod.44.A.8)|Codex 44.A.8]],{{cn}} but this may simply be because he was not aware any other copies of the Recital.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:15, 17 May 2015

Hans Endter Fechtbuch
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Type Fencing manual
Date before 1562
Language(s) Early New High German
Scribe(s) Hans Endter (?)
Author(s) Johannes Liechtenauer
Compiled by Hans Endter
Illustrated by Unknown
Size 3 folia
Format Double-sided; text with one
miniature per side

The Hans Endter Fechtuch is a German fencing manual created by Hans Endter some time before 1562.[citation needed] It was previously held by the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg, Germany; it was lost during World War II, and its current location is unknown. The manuscript was analyzed by Carl Michael Wiechmann-Kadow in the 19th century, from whom we know that it is a fragmentary copy of Johannes Liechtenauer's Recital on the longsword; Wiechmann-Kadow speculated that it was based on the Codex 44.A.8,[citation needed] but this may simply be because he was not aware any other copies of the Recital.

Provenance

Contents

1r - 3v

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Copyright and License Summary

For further information, including transcription and translation notes, see the discussion page.

Work Author(s) Source License
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Translation James Wallhausen Private communication
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Transcription Carl Michael Wiechmann-Kadow Index:Hans Endter Fechtbuch
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