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A performer rides to take his place in the joust at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, Texas Scarborough 04

Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza (Hieronimo de Carança; 1539-1600?) was a 16th century Spanish knight, philosopher, and fencing master. In 1569, Carranza published a detailed fencing manual entitled On the Philosophy of Arms and its Skill, and Christian Offense and Defense. Amidst extensive philosophical musings, this manual presented a new system of rapier fencing based on science and geometry which he called The True Skill in contrast to the "common fencing" taught by other masters.

Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza (Hieronimo de Carança; 1539-1600?) was a 16th century Spanish knight, philosopher, and fencing master. In 1569, Carranza published a detailed fencing manual entitled On the Philosophy of Arms and its Skill, and Christian Offense and Defense. Amidst extensive philosophical musings, this manual presented a new system of rapier fencing based on science and geometry which he called The True Skill in contrast to the "common fencing" taught by other masters.

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Equestrian armor of Francis I of France made around Réunion des…

Shaffron and Crinet 1480-1495 The Metropolitan Museum of Art "This is a rare example of a late Gothic shaffron preserved with its matching crinet. The combination of the shaffron’s slender, pointed shape and its radiating ridges, together with the Italian-style armorer’s marks, suggests that it is a work alla tedesca (in the German fashion) by an Italian master. The mark, an orb surmounted by a cross above the letters ROM ROM, has been attributed to the Milanese armorer Romain ...

museum-of-artifacts: “ Gothic shaffron and crinet (Horse’s Head and Neck Defenses).

RENAISSANCE 16TH Cuirass and horse armour (ca. 1526) which belonged to Ferdinand I, the grandson of Empreror Maximilian. from Augsburg, Germany Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ruestkammer, Vienna, Austria

Cuirass and horse armour (ca. which belonged to Ferdinand I, the grandson of Empreror Maximilian. from Augsburg, Germany

Armor for horse and man, and field armor. Armor for horse and man: Italy (probably Milan), ~1565. Field Armour: Italy, ~1575.

Armor for horse and man, and field armor. Armor for horse and man: Italy (probably Milan), Field Armour: Italy,

Старинные шлемы и доспехи.15-16 век. Часть 2. - Интересное и забытое - быт и курьезы прошлых эпох.

“An amazing Italian helmet dated and created by renowned armorer Filippo Negroli. Currently on view at The Met Fifth Avenue.

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