Ben Miller

Misconceptions about Northern Italian Sabre

In Dueling, Edwardian Era, Martial Arts, Victorian Era, Weapons and Armor on November 9, 2016 at 5:28 pm

Luigi Barbasetti, the Italian fencing master who brought Northern Italian fencing to Paris and Vienna, and who trained champion fencers, gained renown in the fencing world for bringing the Northern Italian style to the international stage. As such, he stands as one of the most prominent students of Maestro Giuseppe Radaelli, who is typically given credit as the founder of the Northern Italian style of sabre fencing in the 1860’s. In t

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