Rapier, smallsword and "transition"

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Re: Rapier, smallsword and "transition"

Postby Reinier » 24 Nov 2014 13:18

It did not mean to oppose your assertion that it did not die out. I did mean to oppose your assertion that the longer rapier may have been skipped.
…en A alſoo liggende kan aen B, ſonder eenigh beletſel, met de zijde van ſijn hooft, op het aengeſicht van B, ſoo veel ſtoten als hy begeert. – Nicolaes Petter, 1674.

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