While various fencers have entire spectrum of different views on source material for HEMA, last video of YouTuber Shadiversity video is even more surprising. Is his talk, he responses to previous Matt Easton’s point about the letter “H” in the … Continue reading Video Digest #16 – Are treatises our only source?
The beloved HEMA wiki – Wiktenauer – is getting regular updates on one of the most well-known German masters recently, since the new 1570 manuscript of his came out. The latest one is the transcription of the Meyer’s chapter about … Continue reading Scholarly Digest: Meyer in both hands
And the time has come for the big games this year… The HEMA Minsk invitational gala tournament, part of the cultural programme of the European Games of 2019 in Belarus. Quite a mouthful, isn’t it? But aside from being a … Continue reading This week playing at… Minsk European Games
Another week, another Video Digest. When I scout the net for HEMA videos, I try to find weird and unusual stuff that is still useful and interesting. That is to balance a bit the more popular sources that most of … Continue reading Video Digest #8 – Cutting, spadroons, kendo and FMA
The day has come – the first HEMA video digest of the past week is here. Every week, on Saturday, you will get a selection of the most thoughtful, interesting, educational or simply fun videos in the HEMAsphere from the … Continue reading Video Digest #1: Sparring and how to deal with pompous know-it-alls