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Landsknecht Woodcuts & Paintings

Collection by Stuart Mulligan

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Woodcuts & paintings of Landsknechts

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Krumphaw (crooked hew) to the arms against a downward cut. From "Goliath" (MS Medieval Weapons, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Historical European Martial Arts, Historical Art, Mystery Of History, Art History, Fighting Poses, Medieval Paintings

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Title: Goliath (MS Germ.Quart.2020), Page: Folio 31v, Date: 1510-1520

century Lucas Cranach the Elder - Portrait of John Frederick I, Elector of Saxony (Private coll. Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Men, Renaissance Clothing, Caspar David Friedrich, Lucas Cranach, Landsknecht, German Fashion, Historical Art

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Title: Goliath (MS Germ.Quart.2020), Page: Folio 114r, Date: 1510-1520 Historical European Martial Arts, Fight Techniques, Landsknecht, Sword Fight, Western Art, Self Defense, Fencing, 16th Century, Mma

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Title: Goliath (MS Germ.Quart.2020), Page: Folio 114r, Date: 1510-1520

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Two Lannge Orter (Longpoint) out of the Long Cut Historical European Martial Arts, Landsknecht, Long Cut, 16th Century, Warfare, Weapons, Texts, Medieval, Paintings

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Paulus Hector Mair (Paulsen Hektor Mair, Paulus Hector Meyer; 1517 – 1579) was a 16th century German aristocrat, civil servant, and fencer. He was born in 1517 to a wealthy and influential Augsburg patrician family. In his youth, he likely received training in fencing and grappling from the masters of Augsburg fencing guild, and early on developed a deep fascination with fencing treatises. He began his civil service as a secretary to the Augsburg City Council; by 1541, Mair was the City…