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Hi everybody :) I am a poor student in high school. I live in the Czech Republic. If you don't know where it is, don't be sad. It's a small country in central Europe. I have one big love: History. Exactly Historical Fencing. I am not good at it, bud I like to read lots of about it. I can't read in Medival Germany or Renaissance Latin. Butt pššt :) a have a lot of time ahead. And no fencing group :/ but it will be okay ;) I don't have one beyond a half year. And I am still here :D At this moment I read Gründtliche Beschreibung der Kunst des Fechtens by Joachim Mayer translated to Czech (the language of Czech Republic) by Gild of Saint Michael (link on the end :). And I love a book named: Šerm majstra Lichtenauera. It's Slovakia (another small country, next to our). And it's about Cod. 44. A.8 and HS 3227a. I love it because it shows what can be readen between lines. What means grammar mistakes, line brakes, or timing of words (Lichtenauer is X Lichtenauer was) and more than I can think about it.
So that's me :).
Gild of Saint Michael: https://www.facebook.com/www.cech.sv.michaela.cz/
Šerm Majstra Lichtenauera by Martin Fabian and Ondřej Vodička, Bratislava 2018, ISBN: 978-80-972976-0-2