Fabian von Auerswald was a German Renaissance master of R ingen wrestling. It was published posthumously in Considering the age of von Auerswald when it was first created, and considering the illustrations show an aged von Auerswald tossing around younger wrestlers, we should all be inspired by the vitality and skill the man must have possessed well into the latest years of his life. It is also notable that the woodcuts were created in the workshop of the famous artist Lucas Cranach. While treatises on wrestling existed prior to this work, they typically were smaller works contained within larger compendia of treatises from various authors that dealt with a variety of weapons and combat forms.
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It was illustrated in the workshop of noted artist Lucas Cranach and printed in Wittemberg by Hans Lufft in One of the earliest printed treatises on wrestling, the book includes lucid descriptions and detailed illustrations of all of its 85 devices.
Ringer kunst was first printed in Wittenberg by Hans Lufft. In , a second edition was produced by Karl Wassmannsdorff and printed in Leipzig by G. Complete Translation by Michael Chidester.
Transcription by Michael Chidester. For further information, including transcription and translation notes, see the discussion page. You are not currently logged in. Are you accessing the unsecure http portal? Click here to switch to the secure portal. Rear matter. D Gedruckt zu Wittemberg durch Hans Lufft. Hidden category: B-class translations. Navigation menu Personal tools English Log in Request account. Namespaces Page Discussion.
Fabian von Auerswald (1462 - 1537)
Ringer Kunst (Fabian von Auerswald)