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      Italian Fencers: Salvator Fabris, Edoardo Mangiarotti, Giacomo Di Grassi, Ridolfo Capo Ferro, Nedo Nadi, Valentina Vezzali, Dario Mangiarotti

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      • Publisher: Books LLC
      • Publishing date: 20100915
      • Language: English
      • ISBN-13: 9781157107200
      • ISBN: 1157107206

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      Chapters: Salvator Fabris, Edoardo Mangiarotti, Giacomo Di Grassi, Ridolfo Capo Ferro, Nedo Nadi, Valentina Vezzali, Dario Mangiarotti, Camillo Agrippa, Italo Santelli, Frederico Ghisliero, Aldo Nadi, Andrea Baldini, Vincentio Saviolo, Giulio Gaudini, Achille Marozzo, Giovanna Trillini, Gustavo Marzi, Antonella Ragno-Lonzi, Aldo Montano, Giancarlo Cornaggia Medici, Margherita Granbassi, Giuseppe Delfino, Irene Camber, Francesco Alfieri, Luigi Tarantino, Franco Riccardi, Matteo Tagliariol, Carlo Pavesi, Stefano Barrera, Elisa Di Francisca, Stefano Cerioni, Salvatore Sanzo, Giuseppe Cei, Luigi Cantone, Nicoletto Giganti, Fabio Dal Zotto, Alfredo Rota, Giuseppe Radaelli, Alessandro Puccini, Gianpiero Pastore, Dino Urbani, Riccardo Nowak, Antonio Conte, Stefano Carozzo, Diego Confalonieri, Ilaria Salvatori, Diego Occhuizzi, Giovanni Dall'agocchie. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 125. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Salvator Fabris (1544-1618) was an Italian fencing master from Padua. During his life he taught in various European countries, most notably in Denmark where he was the fencing instructor of King Christian IV. It was during his time in Copenhagen that he published his treatise on rapier fencing, Lo Schermo, overo Scienza dArme, in 1606. The treatise became a fencing bestseller around Europe, and was reprinted until 1713 and translated into several languages, notably into German, and again in 2005, into English. His treatise, first published by Henrico Waltkirch, is also regarded as one of the finest examples of baroque printing, with its 191 copperplate engravings by Ian Halbeeck, Francesco Valeggio and possibly other artists. This book is also important to bibliophiles because it is the first Danish book to feature copperplate engravings. Fabris was also the Supreme Knigh...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=3414428

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