Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen der Sammlung Klingelmayer

In this article, eight one-handed swords from the collection of Mr. Andreas Klingelmayer are presented with text, images and detailed measurements. The examined weapons range from the 16th to the 19th century. A precise reconstruction of the blades is made possible with the included measurements. Furthermore, various measured parameters indicate handling characteristics.

Title: Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen der Sammlung Klingelmayer
Reference: n/a
Date: 2017
Language: German
Author: Florian Fortner, Julian Schrattenecker
Size: 39 pages, 17,2MB

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Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen der Khevenhüller Sammlung Hochosterwitz

In this article, seven one-handed swords from the Khevenhüller Collection on Castle Hochosterwitz are presented with text, images and detailed measurements. The examined weapons range from the 15th to the 17th century. A precise reconstruction of the blades is made possible with the included measurements. Furthermore, various measured parameters indicate handling characteristics.

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Title: Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen der Khevenhüller Sammlung auf der Burg Hochosterwitz
Reference: n/a
Date: 2016
Language: German
Author: Florian Fortner, Julian Schrattenecker
Size: 41 pages, 24,8MB

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Aa298, Gundaker of Liechtenstein “Über die Fechtkunst”

A notebook on destreza (referencing Luys Pacheco de Narvaez) with numerous additional loose leaves, some of them with high probability the second part of HS381, some of them illustrated. Written in 1615-1616 by Prince Gundaker of Liechtenstein.

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Title: Über die Fechtkunst
Reference: HS381, Palais Liechtenstein Archive
Date: 1615-1616
Language: Italian, German, Spanish
Author:  Prince Gundaker of Liechtenstein
Size: 94 pages, 530MB

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Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen des Wiener Heeresgeschichtlichen Museums

In this article, 10 one-handed swords from the “Wiener Heeresgeschichtliches Museum (HGM)” are presented with text, images and detailed measurements. The examined weapons range from the 16th to 18th century. A precise reconstruction of the blades is made possible with the included measurements. Furthermore, various measured parameters indicate handling characteristics.

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Title: Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen des Wiener Heeresgeschichtlichen Museums
Reference: n/a
Date: 2016
Language: German
Author: Florian Fortner, Julian Schrattenecker
Size: 37 pages, 107MB

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Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen des Wiener Bürgerlichen Zeughauses

In this article, two one-handed swords and five two-handed swords from the “Wiener Bürgerliches Zeughaus are presented with text, images and detailed measurements. The examined weapons are from the 15th to 17th century. A precise reconstruction of the blades is made possible with the included measurements. Furthermore, various measured parameters indicate handling characteristics.

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Title: Detaillierte Vermessung von Blankwaffen des Wiener Bürgerlichen Zeughauses
Reference: n/a
Date: 2015
Language: German
Author: Florian Fortner, Julian Schrattenecker
Size: 34 pages, 130MB

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Msc. Dresd. C13, Johann Georg Paschen “Eigentliche Beschreibung des Stossfechtens in einfachen Rappir”

A transcript of a manuscript on Italian fencing, written in 1671 by Johann Georg Paschen (Pascha). The fencing style is closely related to Salvator Fabris’ style but offers even more text on fencing theory, 428 fencing lections and a very detailed description of the rules for proceeding with resolution. The original manuscript can be found at the SLUB Dresden website.

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Title: Eigentliche Beschreibung des Stossfechtens in einfachen Rappir
Reference: Msc. Dresd. C13, Sächsische Landesbibliothek
Date: 1671
Language: German
Author:  Johann Georg Paschen (Pascha)
Size: 193 pages, 1.1MB

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