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If he steps forward with his right leg, then be dexterous and squat down firmly and shove against his neck with your left elbow. Thus you throw him over your left leg.
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If he steps forward with his right leg, then be dexterous and squat down firmly and shove his neck with your left elbow. Thus you throw him over your left leg.
 
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If he has taken your foot and you have taken his, then regardless of which foot is taken, the strong man will place his left foot between both of the opponents feet, thus he throws him.
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If he has taken your foot and you have taken his, then regardless which of his feet is taken (??), the strong man will place his left foot between both of the opponents feet, thus he throws him.
 
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Latest revision as of 17:47, 26 March 2021

Hans Czynner
Born date of birth unknown
Died date of death unknown
Occupation Fencing master (?)
Citizenship Passau, Germany (?)
Movement Liechtenauer tradition
Influences
Genres
Language Early New High German
Notable work(s) Über die Fechtkunst und den Ringkampf
Archetype(s) MS 963 (1538)
Signature Hans Czynner sig.jpg

Hans Czynner was a 16th century German fencing master, possibly from the city of Passau.[citation needed] Little is known about this master, but he seems to have been an initiate of, or at least familiar with, the tradition of Johannes Liechtenauer. He authored a manuscript in 1538 entitled Über die Fechtkunst und den Ringkampf ("On the Art of Fencing and Wrestling"), which contained both his own teachings and several treatises by 15th century masters from the Fellowship of Liechtenauer.

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