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Grzegorz Żabiński, born in 1975, is a Medievalist with long-standing interest in European martial arts, arms and armour, and warfare. In 2002 he received his Doctorate in History from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow for a thesis on Bloßfechten in an early 16th century manuscript. In the same year, with Bartłomiej Walczak he published the book Bauman Fechtbuch: A Medieval Fighting Book from the Fifteenth Century on the Longsword, Falchion, Dagger, and Wrestling. Currently he is working with Walczak on a book containing transcription and translation, plus full comparison and interpretation, of Gladiatoria and KK 5013. Apart from that, in cooperation with Jacob Norwood he prepares his dissertation for publication. His areas of practical European martial arts interest include swordsmanship, wrestling, and archery.
The following articles include translations by Grzegorz Żabiński.
Grzegorz Żabiński has transcribed some portion of the following texts.
Grzegorz Żabiński has produced or contributed to the following books and journal articles.
- Hull, Jeffrey; Grzegorz Żabiński and Monika Maziarz (2007). Dueling the Fighting Arts of German Chivalry Knightly Dueling: The Fighting Arts of German Chivalry. Boulder, CO: Paladin Press. ISBN 978-1-581606744.
- Żabiński, Grzegorz; Bartłomiej Walczak (2002). Codex Wallerstein: A Medieval Fighting Book from the Fifteenth Century on the Longsword, Falchion, Dagger, and Wrestling. Boulder, CO: Paladin Press. ISBN 978-1-58160-585-3.
- Żabiński, Grzegorz (2008). "Unarmored Longsword Combat by Master Liechtenauer via Priest Döbringer." Masters of Medieval and Renaissance Martial Arts: 59-116. Ed. Jeffrey Hull. Boulder, CO: Paladin Press. ISBN 978-1-58160-668-3.
- Żabiński, Grzegorz (2010). The Longsword Teachings of Master Liechtenauer. The Early Sixteenth Century Swordsmanship Comments in the "Goliath" Manuscript. Poland: Adam Marshall. ISBN 978-83-7611-662-4.