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Product Description: The Late Middle Ages (c.1350 - 1500) provides us with many of our stock, childhood images of the 'Middle Ages': the knight in shining armour, the joust, lords and ladies dressed in rich, voluminous robes and elegant dresses. Yet it is a paradox, for at the start of the period, Europe had endured the worst pandemic of recorded history: the Black Death, the climate was rapidly cooling, causing massive crop failures and France and England were locked in the brutal, dynastic struggle of the Hundred Years War...read more

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9781937439156 | Freelance Academy Pr, July 30, 2014, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: The Late Middle Ages (c.

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By Stephen Hand (editor), Steven Hick (editor) and Gregory Mele (editor)

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9781891448355 | Chivalry Bookshelf, December 1, 2005, cover price $24.95

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Product Description: For the first time, a color fascimile and translation will be available from this important 15th century master of late Italian Medieval swordsmanship. Master Fillipo Vadi's work, previously overlooked and underestimated by fencing scholars, presents the student of historical swordsmanship or of miltiary history a fresh, stunningly beautiful look into the mind of an Italian fencing master...read more
By Gregory Mele (trans) and Luca Porzio (trans)

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9781891448164 | Chivalry Bookshelf, January 1, 2003, cover price $59.95 | About this edition: For the first time, a color fascimile and translation will be available from this important 15th century master of late Italian Medieval swordsmanship.

Product Description: The rich corpus of medieval German fighting manuals has been used by Western martial artists as a basis for the reconstruction of a European martial art that persisted for nearly three centuries. Building upon the German 'fechtbucher' (fighting manuals) with modern training methodology, Gregory Mele and the Chicago Swordplay Guild present, for the first time, a systematic approach to the study of this powerful fighting tradition...read more

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9781891448201 | Chivalry Bookshelf, December 1, 2002, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: The rich corpus of medieval German fighting manuals has been used by Western martial artists as a basis for the reconstruction of a European martial art that persisted for nearly three centuries.

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