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Sigmund Ringeck's Knightly Arts of Combat: Sword-And-Buckler Fighting, Wrestling, and Fighting in Armor

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The lessons of influential 15th-century fencing master Sigmund Ringeck are brought to life once again by David Lindholm and Peter Svard, the duo behind Sigmund Ringeck's Knightly Art of the Longsword. This lavishly illustrated companion to Longsword examines Ringeck's instruction on fighting with the sword and buckler, fighting in armor with longsword and spear, and wrestl ...more
Paperback, 285 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Paladin Press
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William Stacey
Jan 18, 2014 William Stacey rated it really liked it
This was a wonderful resource book. The more I learn about sword-fighting, the more I realize how little I knew and how everything I thought I knew was wrong. It really is quite surprising and humbling.

This novel is the second work by the authors (David Lindhold and Peter Svard) that examines the written teachings of 15th century fencing master Sigmund Ringeck. This book is a translation and interpretation of his documented martial art--and this is a hugely important fact: Western sword-fighting
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Ben
May 04, 2007 Ben rated it liked it
Mr. Lindholm's companion book to Sigmund Ringeck's Knightly Art of the Longsword covers the material in Ringeck's works that relate to wrestling, dagger, sword & buckler, and armored fighting. This book stands alone, or as a continuation of the first volume. I would have liked for it to be printed in hardback, but I still count it as a worthy addition to my WMA library.
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