Wiktenauer logo.png

Page:DiGraſsi his true Arte of Defence (Giacomo di Grassi) 1594.pdf/28

From Wiktenauer
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page contains changes which are not marked for translation.

This page has been proofread, but needs to be validated.

MOst great is the care and considerations which the paces or footstepps requier in this exercise, because from them in a maner more thē from anie other thing springeth all offence and defence. And the bodie likewise ought with all diligence to be kept firme and stable, turned towards the enemie, rather with the right shoulder, then with the brest. And that beecause a man ought to make himself as smal a mark to thenemie as is posible, And if he be occasioned to bēd his body any way, he must bend it rather backwards then forwards, to thende that it be far of from danger, considering the bodie can neuer