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Completed Translation (from the Nuremberg) Complete translation
by Thomas Stoeppler

Nuremberg Transcription (ca. 1389) [edit]
by Dierk Hagedorn

Glasgow Transcription (1508) [edit]
by Dierk Hagedorn




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[1] Here begin the fencing techniques of the other masters: Hanko priest of Doebringen, Andre the Jew, Josts from the neice, Niclas of prussia.

If he is a bold man /
Who also likes to dare
To learn the art of the sword /
and also wishes to practice it seriously
Because it is a gentleman´s game /
and brings lots of pleasure and fun
And before knights and squires /
so that he can fence well
I will give him three pieces of advice /
which he should always adhere to

 



[15]

The first advice is also good /
whoever fences easily
wittily and without all wrath /
this fencer seldom will lose
If he additionally fences according to the teachings /
he will win even more

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Completed Translation (from the Nuremberg) Complete translation
by Thomas Stoeppler

Nuremberg Transcription (ca. 1389) [edit]
by Dierk Hagedorn

Glasgow Transcription (1508) [edit]
by Dierk Hagedorn




[1]



[5]




[10]

[1] Here begin the fencing techniques of the other masters: Hanko priest of Doebringen, Andre the Jew, Josts from the neice, Niclas of prussia.

If he is a bold man /
Who also likes to dare
To learn the art of the sword /
and also wishes to practice it seriously
Because it is a gentleman´s game /
and brings lots of pleasure and fun
And before knights and squires /
so that he can fence well
I will give him three pieces of advice /
which he should always adhere to

 



[15]

The first advice is also good /
whoever fences easily
wittily and without all wrath /
this fencer seldom will lose
If he additionally fences according to the teachings /
he will win even more