Unknown "Fechtbüch I.33"

Plate 1 Plate 11 Plate 21 Plate 31 Plate 41 Plate 51 Plate 61
Plate 2 Plate 12 Plate 22 Plate 32 Plate 42 Plate 52 Plate 62
Plate 3* Plate 13 Plate 23 Plate 33 Plate 43 Plate 53 Plate 63
Plate 4 Plate 14 Plate 24 Plate 34 Plate 44 Plate 54 Plate 64
Plate 5 Plate 15 Plate 25 Plate 35 Plate 45 Plate 55 Plate 65
Plate 6 Plate 16 Plate 26 Plate 36 Plate 46 Plate 56 Plate 66
Plate 7 Plate 17 Plate 27* Plate 37 Plate 47 Plate 57 Plate 67
Plate 1 Plate 11 Plate 21 Plate 31 Plate 41 Plate 51  
Plate 9 Plate 19 Plate 29 Plate 39 Plate 49 Plate 59  
Plate 10 Plate 20 Plate 30 Plate 40 Plate 50 Plate 60  

Note: " * " indicates colour photo accompanies the B&W image.

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The animated gif on the left is a sequence of the images found in I.33. It is thought that the symbol indicated the beginning of a sequence of forms. Occasionally, it is thought that the last image before the next sequence may be a counter move.

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See a German version of the I.33 presentation at Gladius et Codex, Switzerland.
 
 
 

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