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Die Meisterlieder des Hans Folz (MS Q.566)
|Die Meisterlieder des Hans Folz|
|MS Q.566, Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek|
|Place of origin||Nuremberg, Germany|
|Language(s)||Early New High German|
|Scribe(s)||August L. Mayer|
|Material||Paper, in a modern binding|
|Size||256 folia (210 mm x 155 mm)|
|External data||Library catalog entry|
|Images||Digital scans (1250x1750)|
Die Meisterlieder des Hans Folz ("The Mastersongs of Hans Folz"; MS Q.566) is a German manuscript containing a fencing manual, created in 1479. The original currently rests in the Weimar Classics and Art collection of the Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek in Weimar, Germany. This manuscript contains a number of writings by Hans Folz von Worms, including his mastersongs, but it's uncertain whether he was responsible for its fencing teachings.
|1r - 142v|
|143r - 147v||Abhandlung über die Fechtkunst|
|147v - 148v||Recital on the long sword by H. Beringer|
|149r - 256v|
At present, only the pages containing fencing content have been uploaded.
- Internally dated on folio 57r.
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For further information, including transcription and translation notes, see the discussion page.
|Images||Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek||DFG-Viewer|
|Transcription||Andreas Meier||Index:Die Meisterlieder des Hans Folz (MS Q.566)|