Category Archives: Ringeck

Liechtenauer 31-38

Liechtenauer writes, Before and After, these two thing, are to all skill a well-spring. Weak and Strong, Indes – that word – always remember. So should you learn with skill to work and defend. If you are scared willingly, no … Continue reading

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Liechtenauer 28-30 cont.

According to Ringeck, Liechtenauer is specifically talking about the first cut in the engagement. The concern is that if a right hander cuts from the left he may be find himself in a bind in the left, which is disadvantagous … Continue reading

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Ringeck – Introduction

Ringeck, Notes on Introduction Ringeck claims that Johannes Liechtenauer wrote down his techniques using “secret and hidden words” so that they wouldn’t become widely known. That may have been true, but Lindholm and Svärd have put forth an alternate theory … Continue reading

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Liechtenauer, Notes on L16-27

For studying Ringeck, I am using both the Tobler and Lindholm/Svärd translations. Since they present the text in a different order, I am using Master Liechtenauer’s verse as a cross reference. Using the version found on pages 2-7 of Tobler, … Continue reading

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