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Howdy! My name is Anthony Giljum. I actually got my start in historical fencing doing SCA rapier fencing for about 4 years in New Mexico, where I focused primarily on studying Fabris' rapier out of Lo Schermo. In 2017, I moved to Houston, where I joined Texas Armizare in Spring, Texas, training Meyer's longsword under John Schmidt. I have a passing (albeit somewhat rusty) knowledge of modern German, which I hope to apply in translating some of the untranslated works on Wiktenauer.