Posts Tagged ‘european’

The Legend of the Sword Arts – Part 4

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

swordarts.blogspot.com Brings this very special series on The Legend of the Sword Arts – Exploring a 10 Part Documentary on the little known history and heritage of the Medieval and Renaissance Combat. We also take a deep look into the Sword Arts skills of the European Martial Arts, along with the close combat fighting techniques. […]

Sword training

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

An example of European Renaissance sword technique

The Humanistic Tradition Book 3: The European Renaissance, The Reformation, and Global Encounter (Paperback)

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Interdisciplinary in approach and topical in focus, the sixth edition of The Humanistic Tradition continues to bring to life humankind’s creative legacy. With more than 800 illustrations and some 150 literary sources in accessible translations, this widely acclaimed humanities survey takes a global perspective that is at once selective and engaging, and helps students better […]

15th Century European Closed Knight Steel Helmet

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

This 18 gauge steel closed helmet is an excellent example of those worn by knights in 15th century Europe. The closed style helmet helps to protect the face and cheek area better than other helmet styles of the time. Though a medieval knight has only the eye-slit for vision in the helmet, it was thought […]

European Weapons and Armour: From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution/Companion Vol to the Author’s the Archaeology of Weapons (Hardcover)

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

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European Weapons and Armour: From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution (Hardcover)

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Both a work of scholarship, and a treasury of information, for anyone seeking a factual and vivid account of the story of arms from the Renaissance period to the Industrial Revolution. The author chooses as his starting-point the invasion of Italy by France in 1494, which sowed the dragon’s teeth of all the successive European […]

Renaissance sword training

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

This is a small fraction of what you would learn at a European sword school.

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