Alberto Dainese

Alberto Dainese

Alberto Dainese
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Spinello Aretino, byname for Spinello di Luca Spinelli; c.1336-1410. Fresco, 14th picture of a cycle with scenes from the life of St.Benedict. Florence, San Miniato al Monte, sacristy, east wall, lower row, right.

Spinello Aretino, byname for Spinello di Luca Spinelli; c.1336-1410. Fresco, 14th picture of a cycle with scenes from the life of St.Benedict. Florence, San Miniato al Monte, sacristy, east wall, lower row, right.

Sword from Western Europe dated to circa 1400. Finished in steel, silver, copper and leather. Total length 102.24cm, blade length 81.28cm, weight 1673g. The latin inscription on the pommel reads "here, too, virture has its due reward" (Virgil, Aeneid, book 1, line 461). Currently housed at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sword from Western Europe dated to circa 1400. Finished in steel, silver, copper and leather. Total length 102.24cm, blade length 81.28cm, weight 1673g. The latin inscription on the pommel reads "here, too, virture has its due reward" (Virgil, Aeneid, book 1, line 461). Currently housed at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sword from Western Europe dated to circa 1400. Finished in steel, silver, copper and leather. Total length 102.24cm, blade length 81.28cm, weight 1673g. The latin inscription on the pommel reads "here, too, virture has its due reward" (Virgil, Aeneid, book 1, line 461). Currently housed at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sword from Western Europe dated to circa 1400. Finished in steel, silver, copper and leather. Total length 102.24cm, blade length 81.28cm, weight 1673g. The latin inscription on the pommel reads "here, too, virture has its due reward" (Virgil, Aeneid, book 1, line 461). Currently housed at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Modern period swords of different types. First 13 (2 and half rows) are transitional 16th century forms from arming swords to side swords towards a basket hilted sword. 14th sword is a Scottish basket hilted claymore, almost all the rest are Venetian Schiavone, then the last row and one sword before that are rapiers.

Modern period swords of different types. First 13 (2 and half rows) are transitional 16th century forms from arming swords to side swords towards a basket hilted sword. 14th sword is a Scottish basket hilted claymore, almost all the rest are Venetian Schiavone, then the last row and one sword before that are rapiers.

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Rapier Possibly Sebastian Hernandez (active between: c. 1560 - 1600) , Swordsmith Germany or Toledo, Spain

Rapier Possibly Sebastian Hernandez (active between: c. 1560 - 1600) , Swordsmith Germany or Toledo, Spain

Things I Am Not Allowed to Do at Fencing : Photo

Things I Am Not Allowed to Do at Fencing : Photo

BNF Nouvelle acquisition française 5243 Guiron le Courtois

BNF Nouvelle acquisition française 5243 Guiron le Courtois

1390, Italy.

1390, Italy.

Jourdain de Blaye, Padua, 1400

Jourdain de Blaye, Padua, 1400