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Activity Discovered & transcribed Ms. GBf18.a, which included a fragment of the a fight-verse from 'Magister Beringois' ('Fightlore of Beringois MS GBf18a') Discovered & transcribed Cod. Guelf. 38.21 Aug. 2°, which included the only known work attributed to David Lienhart Sollinger Translated all German manuscripts on Fencing pre-dating 1600 (privately published) (2015), Warbook: Complete translation of the Works of Ludwig von Eyb (A full translation of Ludwig (VI) von Eyb zum Hartenstein's 1511 Kriegsbuch (Warbook), based upon the Signatur Ms. B 26 of Universitäts-Bibliothek-Erlangen. Using original scans by permission of Universitäts-Bibliothek-Erlangen.) (2012) Bestellen 7020 translation The Seven Stances of Hans Medel (translation from Engstrom transcription) Fechtspruch (Hans Sachs, transcription and translation - privately disseminated) Fechtlied of Hans Folz (MS Q.566) (transcription, translation and Biography) Reichsstadt "Schätze" Nr. 82 (transcription - privately disseminated) Discovery of a reference to the Fechtbuch of Hans Entner Critical Edition of the Gladiatoria Manuscripts (transcription and translation) Critical Edition of the Talhoffer Manuscripts (transcription and translation) Martin Syber Fechtlehre (transcription and translation) Nicolaüs Augsburger (transcription and translation) Hugo Wittenwiler (partial translation, Long Sword section) Jobst von Württemberg (translation) Hans Czyner (translation, based upon Bergner & Giessauf (2006) Wurgegriff und Mordschlag) Additional: Ein khurtzer Vnderricht vnd Einleydung wie fortheyl Im ringen zu geprauchen sey (Wassmansdorff, (Bl. 93a)) (transcription and translation of Wrestling teachings) Additional: Karl Wassmannsdorff, Sechs Fechtschulen, Heidelberg (transcription Cross-comparison of techniques identifed using the Paleoeskirmological Method Book: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2009); Knightly Martial Arts (on Amazon) Paper: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2008); The Epistemology of Historical Combat Systems Paper: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2009); German Commonplace or Customary fencing (Critical edition): A cross-comparison between sources on English Two-hand Sword, German Zweihander, Spanish Montante & Italian Spadone (Privately disseminated, included translation. Revised 2014 - to be Publically available) Paper: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2011); BEST 7020, Köln fechtbuch (translation) Paper: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2012); De Veris Principiis Artis Dimicatoria (The True Principles of the Art of Combat): A Short Treatise by Henry Von Gunterrodt dated 1579 (full Latin transcription, translation in draft - online shortly) Paper: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2012); MS GBf18a: Fightlore of Magister Beringois (transcription & Stemmatology with Hans Folz account, identification of new sub-tradition, original 2012 paper) Paper: James Wallhausen (pseudonym) (2012); Cod. Guelf. 38.21 Aug. 2°: Messerfechtens of David Lienhart Sollinger (transcription - back online shortly, Wiktenauer listing) Book: Jamie Acutt (2012-2013); An Critical Edition of the Johannes Liechtenauer Fightlore (transcription, translation, Computer-assisted Stemmatology) Paper: Jamie Acutt (2014); Johannes Liechtenauer: An investigation into the sociology behind the witnesses of the German corpus Paper: Jamie Acutt (2014); Liechtenauer the Scholastic: A Study of Aristotelian Scholasticism and how it relates to framing the topics covered by the Liechtenauer corpus Book: Jamie Acutt (2014); Unarmed Fencing (Die Freifechtens of Jakob Happel) (Critical edition of Happel's works on Unarmed Combat, transcription and translation) Paper: Jamie Acutt (2016); A Statistical Analysis of the Martial Art presented in the Liechtenauer fechtbücher Foundation of 'New Chivalry' as an updated Holistic approach to an Historical Combat System Foundation of The 'Devonshire Wrestling Society' as a recreational and reconstructionist group for a traditional Devon martial art. Paper: Jamie Acutt (2016); German Sword & Buckler Fencing (Critical Edition) Paper: Jamie Acutt (2016); The Liechtenauer Playbook Paper: Jamie Acutt (2016); Unknown & Lost German Fencing Manuscripts

Peer-reviewed Scientific Periodicals & Journals

IMAS Journal (2015); Risk in Hand-to-Hand Combat: Applying an Operational Risk Assessment Model to better understand the function of Martial Arts, Volume 004 Issue 004, Autumn 2015, pp. 26-79. IMAS Journal (2016); The Cybernetics of the Martial Arts: A proposed application of Cybernetics to the study of the function of Martial Arts, Volume 005 Issue 002, Spring 2016, pp.18-85. ICSSPE Journal (2016); Aristotelian Science behind a Medieval European Martial Art, International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education, Special Bulletin.

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