Thenceforth That [evidence] of arms will have been taught before among friends. If you want to learn the deeds of arms, my friend, See that you bear all that that this poem teaches. Blengini di Torricella stated that late in life he made his way to Paris, France, where he could be placed teaching fencing in and creating a copy of a fencing manual located there in Here I struck the forehead, causing a bloody wound, Because in giving this [wound], I cover myself in rapid motion with a cover. P[er]cutia[m] flagrante[re] a[n]i[m]o tua me[m]vra d[e]inde. And as soon as he sees me, I will throw him to the ground, for this grapple is strong and fierce.
It will be pleasing to know whatever has been imparted. E chi gl'entra gli sta cum briga e cum stenta, segondo che si ved' ne la figura dipenta. If you were well armored then I would prefer to make this play against you than the previous one. But without armour I am not sufficient, because I cannot cover long.
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And with this grapple I will counter all four of the plays he said he could do before. I am the Master of the unlocking and locking of the arms of those who choose to oppose me. This may be due to the direct influence of Fiore or his writings, or it may instead indicate that the older tradition of Johane and Nicholai survived and spread outside of Fiore's direct line.
And therefore I carry these keys to signify the value of my art. Far too many misfortunes delay you, the imprisoned one. There will also be guards of all weapons, and plays, and covers, and strikes, and holds, and binds, and breaks, and dislocations of arms and legs, and torsions and lesions—in the most perilous places—following that which the master of this art wishes. And the aforementioned painted figures will be devised with such signs as this:
I, the tiger, am so swift to run and to wheel That even the bolt from the sky cannot overtake me. Although I am placed after the counter-remedy to the Sixth Master, I should logically be placed before him, because I am a student of the Sixth [Dagger Remedy] Master and my play belongs to him. But there are four guards that are the best whether in or out of armor, although I advise you not to wait in them for too long, due to the rapid changes that take place when you are grappling. If you don't find a counter, they have no equal. With my right hand I will make a horizontal turn to your dagger, pushing it round close to your arm that I am holding.
Thus, a frightened man, like a woman, cannot prevail. Also he wanted to know of the temper of iron, and the qualities of each weapon, as much for defense as for offense, and most of all matters of mortal combat. Henceforth, I would turn you, using the speeding chest, through the dirt. Mediana iacet sub forte sup[er]mo. Che anchora desarmado non mi poy far niente. These two images may show progressive stages of the technique.
And whoever would have struck the sword into me and under the crown of the head, I will have made this covering, the elbow having been seized by the left [hand]; And using my own hand, the back of the one playing would be turned. Nec adhuc m[ihi] lede[re] posses. My Master makes this cover against the thrust and immediately strikes to the face or to the chest. I am the Elephant and I carry a castle in my care, and I neither fall to my knees nor lose my footing.
La daga ti posso tore e non ti po' partir. There are a variety of grappling guards, some better than others. Then you, miserable one, will die lying on your back. And five times, for my honor, I had to fight in unfamiliar places without relatives and without friends to support me, not trusting anyone but God, my art, myself, and my sword. You will not be able to get away without my permission.
And when the player is thrown to the ground, the student can finish him in various ways. I learned these skills from many German and Italian  masters and their senior students, in many provinces and many cities, and at great personal cost and expense. And five times, for my honor, I had to fight in unfamiliar places without relatives and without friends to support me, not trusting anyone but God, my art, myself, and my sword. Contrariu[m] [sed] et hoc oculo magis[tris?
And I am not able to make another so great as this one—for by my faith I have spent half a year making it—such that I do not want more of this trouble, for old age now pursues me. And from this guard I can transition to Porta di Ferro , which will force you to the ground. I should also point out that the noble knights and squires to whom I showed my art of combat have been very satisfied with my teaching, and have never wanted any other instructor but me. Anchora d'altri zogi te poria fare senza mia daga abandonare.
Renes Et feriam fortasse tuos cu[m] vulne[re] grandj. And I do not lie when I tell you that I have broken and dislocated many arms in my life. Ben che gl'altri soy scolari farano de tal presa altri zogi.
You will be locked either in the middle lock or the lower lock. And behold your right [arm] confined under my left Shoulder. Dehinc ip[s]e ego si tibi peiora p[rob]abo. He who has a dagger and holds the swordsman by the chest says I will strike with my dagger before you draw your sword from the scabbard. Then find four masters with 4 axes in guard, and one guard against the other, which masters can make five plays and other plays that are in the play of the sword, which I will mention.
And the four animals signify four virtues, that is prudence, celerity, fortitude, and audacity. E poy ferirte in la testa o in le spalle di subito. Also that those who were present had sworn with sacrament that they would not reveal any play that they had seen from me, Fiore. Then find a man with seven swords and 4 figures about him, and one can see that which they signify, the aforementioned figures and the aforementioned swords.
And if the counter would miss, I would do this to you readily. I am in a good position to take the dagger from your hand, and to do it I push the point upwards, close to your elbow. You will not be able to rise free[ly] without a large wound. And if I fail to throw you to the ground you will have a lucky escape.
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Tra' voy di sotto e voy di sopra che non fazzo niente cura, che per ogni modo che tu mi trara' tu sarai ligado. Jam uero declinante huius exercicii proposito, ne forte tantum milicie iochalle negligenter deperiret, quod equidem in gueris uel alio quolibet tumultu peritis uiris prestantissimum subsidium elargitur, disposui librum conponere prelibate artis utilliora concernentem, uarias in eo pingendo figuras et exemplo ponendo; quibus inuasionum modis defensionum ue pariter et astutiis uti possit inspesserit, armiger siue pugil. Di romper la tua presa certo mi tegno. And while striking you should at all times make cover with your left hand.