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| Date             = ca. [[year::1580s]]
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| Place of origin = Paris, France (?)
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| Place of origin   = Paris, France (?)
| Language(s)     = [[language::Italian]]
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'''''Nobilissimo discorso intorno il schermo''''' ("[[title::Most Noble Discourse on Defense]]", MS Italien 1527), is an [[nationality::Italian]] [[fencing manual]] written in the 1580s by [[Girolamo Cavalcabo]]. It currently rests in the holdings of the [[Bibliothèque Nationale de France]] in Paris, France. Cavalcabo's treatise discusses the [[rapier]], both single and with various secondary weapons, and is consistent with the Bolognese fencing tradition. Though it doesn't seem to have ever been published in Italian, the treatise was translated and published in [[Middle French]] in 1597 and [[Early New High German]] in 1611.
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'''''Nobilissimo discorso intorno il schermo''''' ("[[title::Most Noble Discourse on Defense]]", MS Italien 1527), is an [[nationality::Italian]] [[fencing manual]] written in the 1580s by [[Girolamo Cavalcabo]]. It currently rests in the holdings of the [[Bibliothèque nationale de France]] in Paris, France. Cavalcabo's treatise discusses the [[rapier]], both single and with various secondary weapons, and is consistent with the Bolognese fencing tradition. Though it doesn't seem to have ever been published in Italian, the treatise was translated and published in [[Middle French]] in 1597 and [[Early New High German]] in 1611.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:55, 24 February 2020

Nobilissimo discorso intorno il schermo
MS Italien 1527, Bibliothèque nationale de France
Paris, France
MS Italien 1527 IVv1r.png
WiktenauerLeng
WierschinHils
Type Fencing manual
Date ca. 1580s
Place of origin Paris, France (?)
Language(s) Italian
Author(s) Girolamo Cavalcabo
External data Library catalog entry
Treatise scans B&W photocopy

Nobilissimo discorso intorno il schermo ("Most Noble Discourse on Defense", MS Italien 1527), is an Italian fencing manual written in the 1580s by Girolamo Cavalcabo. It currently rests in the holdings of the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, France. Cavalcabo's treatise discusses the rapier, both single and with various secondary weapons, and is consistent with the Bolognese fencing tradition. Though it doesn't seem to have ever been published in Italian, the treatise was translated and published in Middle French in 1597 and Early New High German in 1611.

Provenance

Contents

[Manuscript not available for study]

Gallery

Additional Resources

References

Copyright and License Summary

For further information, including transcription and translation notes, see the discussion page.

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Transcription Index:Nobilissimo discorso intorno il schermo (MS Italien 1527)
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