The Book Of The Sword
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Review: The Book of the Sword: With 293 IllustrationsUser Review - Goodreads
THE BOOK OF THE SWORD by Sir Richard F. Burton is one of the most deservedly famous treatises on weaponry of the last 130 years. Burton himself was a worthy representative of the extraordinary Brits ...
Review: The Book of the Sword: With 293 IllustrationsUser Review - Miroku Nemeth - Goodreads
I did my thesis for my second MA in English Lit. on Burton (over a decade ago), so, in many ways, I appreciate his writing--which is, well, very erudite, opinionated, and often pedantic in the extreme ... Read full review
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Richard F. Burton -- The Book of the Sword ch. 13
2xx] relate, for reference purposes, to the original page numbers of The Book of the Sword. 1 Florus, ii. 3. [p. 262]. 2 Bronze, &c., p. 297. ...
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The Life of Sir Richard Burton, by Thomas Wright (chapter26)
This year was published Burton’s The Book of the Sword, which he dedicated, appropriately, to the memory of his old friend Alfred Bates Richards, ...
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About the International Hopology Society
Burton, Sir Richard F. 1884 The Book of the Sword. London: Chatto and Windus, p. 1. IHS MISSION The IHS exists to study the evolution and development of ...
Reflections on Fencing, Sir Richard Burton
In a diagram from Sir Richard Burton's The Book of the Sword , we see why. When the man with the saber raises his sword to strike, he is completely ...
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The Duellist - Classical Fencing UK
The Book of the Sword - Sir Richard Burton :12/12/2003 ... A fascinating read, which will always be several volumes too short. The Book of the Sword ...
Writings by Sir Richard Burton
The Book of the Sword. London, 1884. Ananga Ranga; (Stage of the Bodiless One) or, The Hindu Art of Love. (Ars Amoris Indica). Translated from the Sanskrit, ...
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Espada ropera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In "The Book of the Sword", its author, Richard Francis Burton stated the origins of espada ropera. It has its roots in prehistoric times and Richard Burton ...
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Paternosters: The "paternoster blade"
Stone, to give him full credit, does cite his source, which is Richard F. Burton's The Book of the Sword. London, 1884. Since that book is long out of ...
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Sir Richard F. Burton - The Book of the Sword (1884). Preeminent hand weapon through a long period of history, consisting of a metal blade varying in length ...
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The Book of the Sword by Richard F. Burton. · A history of the development of the sword, including 293 illustrations. 4. European Swords by Anthony North ...