Stanislas Iscovesco

Stanislas Iscovesco

Stanislas Iscovesco
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Boy's Manual of Seamanship and Gunnery Sword Exercise NAVAL CUTLASS EXERCISE

Really cool document. It is the Boy's Manual Of Seamanship And Gunnery. It talkes about all of the ins and outs of seamanship and weaponry of the american navy.

German Friedrich Christian Christmann member of the French Imperial guard who fought during the Napoleonic Wars his Theoretical-Practical manual of the Sabre published 1838

German Friedrich Christian Christmann member of the French Imperial guard who fought during the Napoleonic Wars his Theoretical-Practical manual of the Sabre published 1838

the-history-of-fighting

Studying various world martial arts and related artwork. Join me here to keep up with what I’m learning or visit my martial arts history website; The History of Fighting Martial.

Restoration of Marozzo's Side Sword Illustrations by Adelheid Zimmerman — Kickstarter

Adelheid Zimmerman is raising funds for Restoration of Marozzo's Side Sword Illustrations on Kickstarter! Restoration and Reproduction of Illustrations from Achillies Marozzo's Opera Nova, first printed in 1536

Combat with Sword, Staff, and Lance Artist/Maker(s): Fiore Furlan dei Liberi da Premariacco, author [Italian, about 1340/1350 - before 1450] Date: about 1410 Medium: Tempera colors, gold leaf, silver leaf, and ink on parchment Dimensions: Leaf: 27.9 x 20.6 cm (11 x 8 1/8 in.) Object Number: 83.MR.183.31 Department: Manuscripts

Combat with Sword, Staff, and Lance Artist/Maker(s): Fiore Furlan dei Liberi da Premariacco, author [Italian, about 1340/1350 - before 1450] Date: about 1410 Medium: Tempera colors, gold leaf, silver leaf, and ink on parchment Dimensions: Leaf: 27.9 x 20.6 cm (11 x 8 1/8 in.) Object Number: 83.MR.183.31 Department: Manuscripts

Guards of the I.33 or Tower Fechtbuch

Overhook and stab through the abdomen in Talhoffer's sword and buckler. This position is achieved by parrying from the inside against a forehand cut and reaching up under the blades to wrap the opponent's sword arm.

A page from a Medieval swordplay manual.  Why am I posting this?  Because there were systematic training systems - martial arts - in every culture... not just Asia.  Why aren't there any on your game world?

A page from a Medieval swordplay manual. Why am I posting this? Because there were systematic training systems - martial arts - in every culture.

Esgrima antigua - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Detail of Medieval Royal Armouries Ms. illustration of a woman named Walpurgis training with a sword and buckler