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'''Torquato d'Alessandri''' was an [[nationality::Italian]] [[fencing master]] at the turn of the [[century::17th century]]. Little is known about this master's life, but he was been Bolognese by birth and seems to have been an initiate of the tradition of [[Filippo di Bartolomeo Dardi]]. A fencing manual by d'Alessandri, titled ''[[Il Cavalier Compito (Torquato d'Alessandri)|Il Cavalier Compito]]'' ("The Complete Cavalier") and dedicated to a certain Guiseppe Cesari d'Arpino, was published in Viterbo in 1609.
 
'''Torquato d'Alessandri''' was an [[nationality::Italian]] [[fencing master]] at the turn of the [[century::17th century]]. Little is known about this master's life, but he was been Bolognese by birth and seems to have been an initiate of the tradition of [[Filippo di Bartolomeo Dardi]]. A fencing manual by d'Alessandri, titled ''[[Il Cavalier Compito (Torquato d'Alessandri)|Il Cavalier Compito]]'' ("The Complete Cavalier") and dedicated to a certain Guiseppe Cesari d'Arpino, was published in Viterbo in 1609.
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Latest revision as of 20:58, 18 December 2021

Torquato d'Alessandri
Born 16th century
Bologna, Italy (?)
Died 17th century
Occupation Fencing master
Patron Guiseppe Cesari d'Arpino (?)
Movement Dardi tradition
Influences
Genres Fencing manual
Language Italian
Notable work(s) Il Cavalier Compito (1609)

Torquato d'Alessandri was an Italian fencing master at the turn of the 17th century. Little is known about this master's life, but he was been Bolognese by birth and seems to have been an initiate of the tradition of Filippo di Bartolomeo Dardi. A fencing manual by d'Alessandri, titled Il Cavalier Compito ("The Complete Cavalier") and dedicated to a certain Guiseppe Cesari d'Arpino, was published in Viterbo in 1609.

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