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Das Ringersbuch der Hans Wurm, c. 1505

A special presentation courtesy of a European colleague, here are 23 plates from a little known German wrestling manual.  Hans Wurm was a wrestling instructor in a Bavarian court c. 1490.  More information will be added as it becomes available.

See Translation and Commentary here.

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