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In this scene note the blades are more slender than in earlier plates.
Note in the background the clear use of edge against flat to deflect a thrust with a blow.
Note in the middle the use of another cutting strike to break a thrust. 
Note also the wide stances and the variety of second hand positions. 
A drummer and musician(common in Fechtschules) indicates that training was done to a rythym.

 
 

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