Joachim Meyer Faktbok MS A.4°.2 – Index of the longsword section Page 5

Joachim Meyer wrote a fencing book probably around 1560 which is found in the Library of the University of Lund, Sweden and has the signature of MS A.4°.2 also known as the Meyers Faktbok. In this article I transcribed the index of the treatise on the longsword and compare it to the printed version of … Continue reading Joachim Meyer Faktbok MS A.4°.2 – Index of the longsword section Page 5

Martin Siber in the MI.29 transcribed and translated

The Zedel of Martin Siber is found in at least three surviving manuscripts. The MI29, Salzburg, the E. E.1939.65.341, Glasgow, and the MS Var.82, Rostock. The latter belonging to Joachim Meyer. I transcribed the Zedel from all three manuscripts. MI.29, Salzburg, 1491 E.1939.65.341, Glasgow, 1508 Ms Var. 82 Rostock, 1570 This is the transcription and translation of … Continue reading Martin Siber in the MI.29 transcribed and translated