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Description: Focuses on the interpretation and reconstruction of Medieval and Renaissance combat systems as a modern discipline. Includes articles, forum, and research material.
Association for Renaissance Martial Arts The Leading Resource for Historical Fencing and Medieval & Renaissance Combat Skills - Online since 1996 History, Heritage, Camaraderie, Self-Defense…
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Page title:Association for Renaissance Martial Arts
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Description:The Internet's Premier Source for Historical Swordsmanship and Medieval and Renaissance Martial Arts. Pursuing the study of European swords, swordsmanship, and fighting skills.


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Creation Date: 2001-06-05T19:52:43Z
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