Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi – 15th Century Swordsmanship of Master Filippo Vadi (Hardcover) / Author: Fillipo Vadi / Translator: Luca Porzio ; de Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi (Italian, Hardcover) / Author: Philippo Vadi ; ; Fencing, Combat sports & self-defence, Sports & outdoor recreation. De Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi. Philippo Vadi. Translated by Guy Windsor. Page 2 . To my most illustrious Prince. Guido di Montefeltro. Duke of Urbino. I offer this.
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The main body of text is largely a redaction of the writings of Fiore de’i Liberigenerally repeating the text of Liberi’s Flos Duellatorum ; the layout is likewise very similar to that of his later Florius de Arte Luctandi.
Arfe seems almost certain that Vadi stood in the tradition of Liberi, or at the very least possessed a copy of his fencing manual. However, this manuscript cannot be written off as a mere gladiagoria of Liberi, as it augments his offering with a lengthy, sixteen chapter introduction that illuminates many of the subtleties of Medieval Italian fencing.
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Sword by Philippo di Vadi. Axe by Philippo di Vadi.
Sword in Armor by Philippo di Vadi. Staff Weapons by Philippo di Vadi.
De Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi (MS Vitt.Em.1324)
Dagger by Philippo di Vadi. Grappling by Philippo di Vadi.
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma. The School of European Swordsmanship. Marco Rubboli and Luca Cesari.