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| <p>Firstly, a nails-up ripped  tajo [rasgado] and withdrawing the right foot that is in front, and taking it and continuing with a nails-down ''reves'', withdrawing the foot, and taking the left foot forward with a […] that doesn't uncover the body, and then the right foot with a ''reves'' in the same small manner, and like this give four similar, and turn back to […] with the right foot, playing the sword in this same manner that […] ahead. And after testing [''tentando''] the opposing sword on the inside […] it will remain, give him a thrust to the eyes and if he will put it in below mine, lifting it up.</p>
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| <p>Firstly, a nails-up gripped ''tajo'' [''rasgado''] and withdrawing the right foot that is in front, and taking it and continuing with a nails-down ''reves'', withdrawing the foot, and taking the left foot forward with a […] that doesn't uncover the body, and then the right foot with a ''reves'' in the same small manner, and like this give four similar, and turn back to […] with the right foot, playing the sword in this same manner that […] ahead. And after testing [''tentando''] the opposing sword on the inside […] it will remain, give him a thrust to the eyes and if he will put it in below mine, lifting it up.</p>
 
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Revision as of 19:24, 7 August 2017

Sobre el arte de la esgrima
MS II/1579(2), Biblioteca del Palacio Real de Madrid
Madrid, Spain
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Type Fencing manual
Date ca. 1580
Language(s) Spanish
Author(s) Unknown
Size 258 folia
External data Library catalog entry
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Sobre el arte de la esgrima ("On the Art of Fencing") is a brief, anonymous passage on folio 184r of a Spanish manuscript (MS II/1579(2)) that dates to ca. 1580.[1] The original rests in the holdings of the Biblioteca del Palacio Real de Madrid in Madrid, Spain. This is one of very few sources for instructions on the use of the montante, an Iberian greatsword.

Provenance

Contents

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Additional Resources

References

  1. Valle Ortiz, Curtis, p39.
  2. SÁNCHEZ DE CARRANZA, J. Libro de la Filosofia de las Armas. SanLucar : en casa del autor, 1582. f.147r.

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Translation Tim Rivera Spanish Swordsmanship Society
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Transcription Manuel Jesús Valle Ortiz, Mary Dill Curtis Index:Sobre el arte de la esgrima (MS II/1579(2))
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