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Hi. Impressive work!
Gary Morris
Charleston, West Virginia, USA - Friday, December 19, 2003 at 21:56:33 (PST)
capetiown, **, South Africa - Saturday, November 22, 2003 at 04:05:56 (PST)
Man, weapons traning! Everything I ever dreamed of:)
Sean McKinnon
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada - Monday, October 13, 2003 at 12:21:37 (PDT)
A wonderful site to visit.
onyeoru onyeze <>
OHIO, Alberta, USA, Alberta, USA - Friday, October 10, 2003 at 00:22:46 (PDT)
Once again I must say this is an awesome site. To anyone near Limerick, PA wishing to train in Western Martial Arts should contact me at Email: Website:
Dave Dickey <>
Sanatoga, Pennsylvania, USA - Wednesday, October 08, 2003 at 05:42:49 (PDT)
I am facinated with fencing and am looking for a new activity for excercise. Is 53 to old to try this sport? Any schools close to me?
linda Jonsson <>
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA - Friday, October 03, 2003 at 15:46:01 (PDT)
Kudos for putting all of the videos on your site. Downloaded them all and am now going to watch them in detail.
Muskegon, Michigan, USA - Tuesday, September 30, 2003 at 21:44:43 (PDT)
Great site! One of my past times has been researching various Martial Arts of the World and then combining it with my own formal training and cut away at it until I have a very practical Combat fighting system. My own brand of Jeet Kune Do. I think ALL Martial Art system have value. To those who disagree such as traditional Eastern Martial Artist or modern day Hybrid systems just take a look at the some of the techniques. Many are the same as done in the Eastern Martial Arts. Oh, by the way, to the Brazilian Jiujitsu guy who bashed your system. I have studied BJJ, Judo and Jujitsu along with Muay Thai, Kuntao Silat and Kenpo. Take a look at the knife defense in the Italian online treatise, yes that is the same outside armbar disarm as demostrated in Hoyce Gracie's Brazilian Jiujitsu Street Defense. Enough said. Alvie Walts American Combat Fighting Arts
Al Walts <>
Josephine, Texas, USA - Saturday, September 20, 2003 at 20:43:41 (PDT)
Amazing! Simply amazing. I found out about AEMMA from a program on the Discovery Civilization Channel...and I freaked! This is like finding out where the holy grail is, then finding out it has only been just a few blocks away via streetcar!! I will be coming by for a visit/observation for sure. This is like stepping into history and learning a unique form of martial arts all at the same time. Brilliant!
Matthew <>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, September 18, 2003 at 10:10:10 (PDT)
I found by occasion your site and I must say that I find it really interesting. I will be definetely telling about it to everyone I know. === Philippe Web Hosting, Domain Registration, Control Panel, Webmail
Philippe <>
**, MN, MN - Friday, September 12, 2003 at 09:07:53 (PDT)
G'day Gents, Great site to visit, so-much-so that I have bookmarked it and will be a regular vistor from now on. I have been studying Karate and Kenjutsu for the past several years, and I must admit it is refreshing to see that a group of dedicated people working to bring back and maintain the European martial arts. I have studied European and American knife fighting techniques, albeit briefly, and think that that there would be much benefit in students of Japanese Arts cross-training in the European Martial Arts. I suspect that we would be surprised just how similar alot of the techniques are. Anyway, strongest regards to you and yours, and keep up the high standards. PS, I agree with the comments about things being very slow to load, for future reference.
Aussie in Chile <>
Antofagasta, Region de Antofagasta, Chile, South America - Tuesday, September 02, 2003 at 18:20:00 (PDT)
Exelente lugar para conocer sobre estas artes antiguas
Hector Gonzalez <>
Ciudad de Mexico, **, Mexico - Saturday, August 30, 2003 at 14:06:48 (PDT)
please visit my web site we are practicing an ancient martial art called klarai payattu which is about 3000 years old
manoj <>
etumanoor, kerala, india - Friday, August 15, 2003 at 22:21:44 (PDT)
Seyd gegr� tapfere Recken und liebliche Maiden! Ihr habt da ein sehr schnes durchscheinendes Pergament. Doch mchte ich euch und all den Reisenden, in den W�dern und Bergen aus von hinten beleuchteten und durchscheinenden Pergamenten, kund tun da�vom 22ten bis zum 24ten Tag des Monats August in Falkenstein/Bayerischer Wald zum 2ten Male der gro� Mittelalter-Markt statt findet. Am 22ten Tag er�fnet der Herold den Markt zur 14ten Stund und schlie�t zur 23ten Stund. Am 23ten Tag wird er zur 10ten Stund geffnet und zur 23ten Stund geschlossen, und am 24ten zur 10ten Stund geffnet und zur 20ten geschlossen. So sey es euch durch mich kund getan. Af da�Ihr erscheinen mget, viele Freunde mitbringt und es allen weitersagt. Carpe diem et noctem So verkndet es euch die Gruppe Viking-Stunts:
Niklas <>
Augsburg,, Germany - Wednesday, August 06, 2003 at 13:28:26 (PDT)
hello everybody. im from New Zealand (small country south of Australia) and ive been doing european martial arts for over a year now. My group is located in whangarei in the north island. I would love to talk to any one who is interested in joining us or any one who is already currently doing so.
Patrick <>
Whangarei, New Zealand, New Zealand , North Island, New Zealand - Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at 16:47:12 (PDT)
Hello! At you very good and informative site.
Sturm <>
Anapa, **, Russia - Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 13:57:18 (PDT)
I've been involved in medieval re-enactment since 1992, and I'm trying to pursue some sort of traning but there are no instructors in Pennsylvania. I'm interested in learning the old combat skill as they were meant to be learned. In other words, Train hard and Learn well for one day our lives may really depend on these skills
ShadowLord <>
Rahns, Pennsylvania, USA - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 16:36:20 (PDT)
I like the set-up of your site! Great site so far! My compliments to the webmaster!
Jacob <>
**, Illinois, USA - Thursday, June 26, 2003 at 20:24:29 (PDT)
I really love your web site. Matserfully done. I've been dreeming of coming and joing the ranks of A.E.M.M.A's trainees since I was ten and saw a demonstration of some grappling techniques by a student and a teacher. This website has told me absolutly everything I need to know to get started, and I look forward to joining A.E.M.M.A when I turn sixteen next year. Thank you so much to whoever designed this website(very visually attactive too!)and all the informative info that has been so generously supplyed. My only suggestion for improvement is that you make the tournament match clips longer. I'd love being able to watch whole matches on the internet..... so please give it some consideration. Thanks agian, and good luck in all your future endevors.
Aaron Bolarinho <>
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, June 12, 2003 at 04:43:35 (PDT)
Hey guys.... hope you are still going hard core... I am freaking out... here in BC with no "steel enthuasiasts" in my home town. So I did the next best thing... grabed a bunch of friends and started doing some basic drills with them. So here's hoping "live steel" is here to stay in Kelowna... couldn't have got this far without "Aemma". Thanx. Scott
Scott Walman <>
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada - Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 17:32:14 (PDT)
This is the site for training I always recommend to postulates within our order. 'Honestas Supra Omnia'
Sir Arthur De Amaral, OTG

Sir Arthur Amaral <>
La Jolla, California, USA - Monday, May 26, 2003 at 10:16:26 (PDT)
I found more than a wealth of information at the AEMMA website. Great Site!
I hope to one day to get invovled in the arts of swordmanship and also interested in the making of swords and rankings of the best swords in existence. Who's got the one of a kinds?

Frank Ward <>
derry, New Hampshire, USA - Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 08:39:15 (PDT)
Fantastic site! I have always been interested in European history and its fighting arts. I have been researching the folk wrestling styles of England and this brought me to your site.
I am a wrestler/Judo/Aikido/Sambo/Kurash player but after reading your site I have decided to consentrate my research and training to European arts. Thank you for opening my eyes.

Stephen Sweetlove MBE <>
Bigglewade, Bedfordshire, UK - Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 04:06:02 (PDT)
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Una Scuola per il Cinema / ITALIA <>
Rosarno, RC/ITALIA/CALABRIA, Italy - Wednesday, May 21, 2003 at 04:15:47 (PDT)
Although I am a teacher of Traditional Aikido from 1957, I really enjoyed your site, The front page is most impressive.
Visit "British Aikido" read of the British Aikido Board Controversy. acronym BAB or "Bad at Budo".
Yours in Budo
Henry Ellis
Author" Positive Aikido".

Henry Ellis <>
Bracknell, Royal County of Berkshire, ** - Saturday, May 17, 2003 at 06:57:55 (PDT)
Saw a demonstration on The History Channel the other day -- this activity looks a lot like the staff training I'm doing.
Pamela Holt <>
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - Thursday, May 08, 2003 at 09:52:40 (PDT)
This has always been one of my favorite sites. I live near Limerick, PA......anyone wishing to train in western martial arts should contact me at:
Dave Dickey <>
Sanatoga, Pennsylvania, USA - Monday, May 05, 2003 at 06:31:57 (PDT)
Hello friends, very nice site. I am studying martial arts and history of war.
congratulations, César

César <>
Catanduva-SP, S.Paulo, Brasil - Friday, May 02, 2003 at 17:29:30 (PDT)
I have visited your excellent website on a number of occasions while researching medieval history and broadsword fighting techniques as well as looking for "workout exercises" one could do to become proficient in these techniques. I wonder if there were and are "forms" involved in European training exercises as there are in Iaido Japanese training which have a spiritual as well as a physical component?
David Howe Turner <>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Friday, April 04, 2003 at 11:18:25 (PST)
A very interesting and informitive read
Lady Anne <>
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 20:16:18 (PST)
Hello Very nice site . I have already bookmarked it. Best wishes for You, Mike
Mike <>
Cracow, **, Poland - Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 03:09:06 (PST)
(i just signed, as seen below). Also, if there is anyone out there looking for an experienced and eager sparring partner, drop me a line. i've won two tournaments (1994 & 1995) and i have an honourary plaque. i like broad Medieval war-Sword (free-style) and rapier, but i have an array of weapons to choose from. i am also writing a book on the topic. This will be my third work
Sir Robert <>
**, **, USA - Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 07:10:40 (PST)
AEMMA. i'm very gratified to discover this site/organization still alive and doing well after all these years. My first time here was October of 1999. You're a great bunch of people and i look forward to coming out to Watertown. All the best to you and may you be immortal.
Sir Robert <>
**, New York, USA - Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 07:00:29 (PST)
I am about to start a sub-group of Schola Gladiatoria (Fiore) in the west country of England and am visiting the site to view your training resources. regards and thanks for making your material available.
Ross Dean <>
Lynton, Devon, UK - Sunday, January 19, 2003 at 11:04:57 (PST)
I just want to thanx you for all the online training informations and books. I will try to use them to train myself alone. Because in my little far country, I'm afraid to be the only one interested in medieval martial arts. Thanx. Jemy.
Matoury, FRENCH GUIANA, France - Thursday, January 16, 2003 at 05:59:12 (PST)
What a wonderful site. Thank you to all the people who helped me out. =)
Hillary <>
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada - Tuesday, January 07, 2003 at 15:28:59 (PST)
wonderful website. I have always been interested in swordsmanship and bladesmithing, and found this site extremely interesting and helpful, if a bit hard to navigate around (as it is so large, but then, that's good). If you know any other good websites with self-training information, information about where there are organisations like this near to me, or about bladesmithing, I would greatly appreciate hearing about it. Many thanks for such a great website.
Leafsmith <>
**, Vermont, USA - Monday, January 06, 2003 at 14:07:09 (PST)
It is very nice to see that not only the Japanese and Chinese people have martial arts in their culture. But why did we almost lose our own culture in favor of the one that came from Asia? By the way where can I find any academy that teaches European martial arts down here in Brazil?
Mauricio Erclievski Melo <>
Lauro De Freitas, Bahia, Brasil - Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 15:51:58 (PST)
Hello, Bon Jour, Buon giurno, Salvete, Hola, Konnichiwa, Swadi Krahp, etc.
Nice to see others looking at the European Heritage and the North American connnection. More duels were fought in the New World than in Japan. Much to talk about here. Most of us in the New World are of Euro background and most do not know a wit about the fighting (language and warfare are connected through the spread). If you have a mind uyou might want to check out our research:
I look forward to all comments. Look me up if you wish.
Regards to all,
Christophe Clugston

Christophe Clugston <>
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 01:34:06 (PST)
Wish you folks had a branch near me. I would sign up in a heartbeat! Would love to learn...but I guess I will have to teach myself.
Robert Grzybowski <>
Burlington, Connecticut, USA - Monday, November 04, 2002 at 05:37:02 (PST)
My Congtatulation to all the people that keep up Traditions and History, and what better way that to teach and practice the Medieval Martial Arts.Keep up the good work and high spirits.Best regards,Jose Casas
Jose Casas y Sanchez <>
Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico - Thursday, October 31, 2002 at 17:11:06 (PST)
Would you like to join us in a medieval competion see the text below:Just a quick reminder for the Roving Marks shoot at Belmont Park in Kent on 12/13 October.Last April's meeting led to an overwhelming demand for more; it has now become a 2-day event !The shoot is hosted by the Fraternity of St George; no pre-registration is required.You just turn up on the day, register and shoot.Entries are expected from Austria, France, Belgium and Holland as well as the UK.

If there are any Longbows in your club/association, then could you please print the attachment and place it on your Notice-board ?!Your members can also find more details (including accommodation) on
Catherine Mooyaart <>
Kent, UK - Wednesday, October 09, 2002 at 07:45:03 (PDT)

Site's slow in loading & difficult for my system to read. Not had time yet to try to read through what I can but so far just skimming through, can't "quickly" find anything to do with training, mentioned in some of the posts here. I'm obsessed about staff & stick martial arts of any & all forms. I wish there were actual videos of such training of European martial arts, including single-stick, quarter-staff, etc. I've done martial arts most of my life, esp okinawan Bojutsu. There seems to be only one site on Quarter-staff, that green background one. The rest seem just the same sketches of 2 guys in flat-top straw hats poking at eachother with walking-sticks but little else on technique. Anyways, thanks for you time.
David <>
Paducah, Kentucky, USA - Thursday, October 03, 2002 at 13:09:52 (PDT)
This is an excellent site. Plenty of information on your organiztion. I am glad to see others practicing european martial arts. I am part or the UCSA that practices almost identical swordsman skills, althought money has limited us to waster or wooden sword sparring. Good luck with the AEMMA looks to be a very successful group.
Michael Ricks <>
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - Tuesday, October 01, 2002 at 21:02:55 (PDT)
Are you guys for real? I mean after looking at your website I have come to the conclusion that you are just making a very humourous spoof of the martial arts and if so then i think what you have done is extremely funny and entertaining! Well done. But please for the love of God I hope that you guys dont take what you do seriously as if it works, because it wont. Havent you guys ever heard of brazilian jiu jitsu? If not I suggest you look into it and take it up if you are really serious about fighting, it is the only thing that works for "REAL". Please stop kidding yourselfs before you guys get into a real fight with a real tough guy and get seriously hurt or worse, you are fooling only the fools, I applaud your sense of humour and pity your lack of common sense. Please for your own sake, stop trying to justify this kind of pitiful nonsense as an effective form of self defense, get smart, grow a brain and train brazilian jiu jitsu, how many times do the Gracies have to clown and humiliate pathetic fools like yourselves before you guys understand the reality of the martial arts: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu WORKS - Everything else (including your system) is USELESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thats all for today kids....schools out.
Adam Nalli-Petta <>
Toronto, **, Canada - Tuesday, October 01, 2002 at 14:37:53 (PDT)
Hail to you from Kieven Russ. We are your colegues from the club of historycal fencing and reconsrtuction "Spain" language) Good to know, that we are not alone:)
Shareef <>
Kiev, ..., Ukraine - Thursday, September 19, 2002 at 04:00:30 (PDT) out the latest great idea in martial arts unity
Tim Posynick <>
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada - Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 10:00:04 (PDT)
Youre site is excellent,being a member of the SCA for over12 years and a medievalist for as long as i can remember i truly salute you and the acadamy, wish u were present in florida i would wholeheartedly partake of your training programs,anything i can ever do to further your cause i would be honored to do so,long live the medieval martial arts and all those who consider HONOR and PROWESS as virtues without measure.....In Service..John,KSCA
Syr John the DRAKAL <>
titusville, Florida, USA - Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 15:13:29 (PDT)
Check it out if only for a minuite - Geoff Thompson world renowned 'bouncer' - John Harvey World Champion Escrima and Bristish Coach, Assistant Jude Tucker - Escrima Kali, with over 3500 products coming to you screens presenting -Fuji - Ryea, Bytomic, Faze 101 and Master it at, Interested in being sponsored then simply apply. Just a small annoucement take care and keep the spirit alive.
Plymouth, ENGLAND, ** - Sunday, September 08, 2002 at 08:31:51 (PDT)
A good website. It is nice too see documents online. Also western martial arts being made known.
Erwin Davis <>
Bury, Greater Manchester, England - Saturday, September 07, 2002 at 04:28:23 (PDT)
Great site, thank you. I would like to find other people interested in WMA and in training based on your "Book of the Longsword". Anyone else out here in New Mexico?
Dave Noel <>
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA - Saturday, August 31, 2002 at 07:39:08 (PDT)
As an organisation of Martial Artists I invite you to inspect the following non-profit, non-cost site as I feel it is in line with your thinking and it would be a great pleasure to see you included in our quest, go to
BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, Australia - Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 01:39:19 (PDT)
Awsome site. I didn't know anything like this was on the web. I found AEMMA through a link from the Grey Company site.
Happy Person
Bedeque, Prince Edward Island, Canada - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 04:51:13 (PDT)
I was wondering if it's possible to have some videos, or media material from AEMMA.Best RegardsOskar Palavicini
Oskar Palavicini <>
México, Ciudad de México, Mexico - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 07:16:29 (PDT)
Is there a class in Missouri or one of the surrounding states.
chris stidham <>
louisburg, Missouri, USA - Monday, August 05, 2002 at 21:41:55 (PDT)
Love all the info. and your sight!!
Cody L Burch <>
Craig, Colorado, USA - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 19:53:49 (PDT)
This is the site I have been searching for. It has everything I need to know. Thanks.
Anthony B. Arr <>
westminster, California, USA - Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at 22:12:46 (PDT)
I was referred by a friend to this site for research on 13th centery sword fiteing.
Matthew Gore <>
Tucson, Arizona, USA - Monday, July 29, 2002 at 12:06:42 (PDT)
very cool, site i never new there was medieval martial arts. sean willis taekwon do concepts
sean willis <>
Burlington, North Carolina, USA - Friday, July 26, 2002 at 05:07:02 (PDT)
What a wonderfull site!!!!! congratulations, it really trasport the body and the soul to a budo place....
Oskar Palavicini <>
México, D.F., México - Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 14:09:47 (PDT)
Excellent web site and a nice collection of material. It seems that you have created a very orginized approach to recreation of these arts that would help guide students. I was unaware that there was so much being done for western martial arts. Thank you for the information provided here.
Mark Peters <>
Staten Island, New York, USA - Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at 09:46:03 (PDT)
Searching for adult groups in the Tulsa,Oklahoma area that studies/practice medieval full-contact sword/weapons fighting. If so please contact me. Thank you
thor massey <>
tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - Monday, June 17, 2002 at 14:24:27 (PDT)
Would like information on tournaments, books, and videos so that I can order them and check out what is out there in terms of competitions. I am just starting to get involved.
Antwane Lee <>
Chicago, Illinois, USA - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 09:52:38 (PDT)
Please visit us at : .... and sign our quest book or post in our forums. Thanks, <>
USA, New Hampshire, USA - Sunday, May 26, 2002 at 06:21:51 (PDT)
doing some research for my son's grade 4 project
r woods <>
toronto, Ontario, Canada - Saturday, May 25, 2002 at 10:44:40 (PDT)
The best site of swordmanship I have ever seen!Thanks to AEMMA's book "the art of longsword combat" I can practice here without the help of a school (of course; there is no school of swordmanship here).A great, great site it is!Oh Yes!
jonathan neumann <>
Toulon, **, France - Thursday, May 23, 2002 at 00:45:28 (PDT)
Interesting website. Please check out Thanks.
Sifu Matt Russo <>
Princeton, New Jersey, USA - Tuesday, May 21, 2002 at 22:28:01 (PDT)
Great new look to the site, Dave. Good luck from all of us Schola Gladiatoria and keep up the good work.
Matt Easton <>
London, England - Thursday, May 02, 2002 at 04:09:31 (PDT)
Great site I have been interested in this field since I was a small boy.
David Powell <>
Booneville, Arkansas, USA - Saturday, April 27, 2002 at 19:09:53 (PDT)
It's nice to hear about your site.I'm an instructor of pancration and I've got club in our town in Lithuania.We'd like to keep on contact with someone in USA.We expect some wise advice from somebody who is interesting in this sport.We've got great plans:to make World Pancration Championship(our team won in Europian Pancration Championship).We're expecting to hear somethinhg useful.If you can help us let us know as fast as you can.Best wishes!See you soon!:)
Saulius <>
Mazeikiai, **, Lithuania - Thursday, April 18, 2002 at 13:56:52 (PDT)
As a student of Japanese Medieval Martial Arts, and ofstrong North European heritage i find it quite refreshing,and inspiring to know that the ways of my progenitorshave not been forgotten. Keep up your important work.Thomas Snitch.
Thomas Snitch <>
London, Ontario, Canada - Monday, April 08, 2002 at 13:52:15 (PDT)
A most interesting and informative site. I must admit, it has intrigued me to learn more about the study of Medieval Martial Arts and I hope to have the opportunity to visit a training session when next I am in Toronto. I was fortunate enough to meet Anton on a flight from Calgary to Toronto, and was impressed with his description and enthusiasm for the studies he is pursuing, and his involvement with AEMMA. If I lived closer to TO I would certainly consider becoming a Recruit, but shall continue to attempt to learn more about Western Martial Arts through your site and other materials. Thank you for "lighting a spark". Regards to you all. Aletha
Aletha Currie <>
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada - Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 13:48:54 (PST)
Great site. I have been teaching bastard sword outside of any medieval organization for some 10 years now. Till I found your site I thought my lot were the only ones interested in reviving European martial arts. I will be recommending your manual as study material. I look forward to the continuation of your excelent work.Thank you.StuVanIsle Western Martial Arts Club
Stuart Tingle <>
Comox, British Columbia, Canada - Monday, April 01, 2002 at 15:46:22 (PST)
nicely done site.
Allen R. Miller <>
Mesa, Arizona, USA - Monday, March 25, 2002 at 08:46:58 (PST)
Awsom sight
Tanisha Lambert <>
Hamilton, Illinois, USA - Wednesday, March 13, 2002 at 16:00:56 (PST)
I have always had an interest in swordplay, and your sight has been the most helpfull. I have never seen so much usefull information in one site, and have downloaded the training book. Thank you so much for your comittment to such an understudied subject.
Miles Norsworthy
**, Illinois, USA - Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 20:08:36 (PST)
Your website is really great! When I search for something depending on the Middle Ages I visit your Site!
Silvia <>
Styria, **, Austria - Wednesday, February 27, 2002 at 12:50:40 (PST)
Hi, Im looking for anyone who Knows of a Swordplay School thats based in England, preferably south east hampshire. If you can help, e-mail me.Pleasssssssseeeeee.........
chiz caddick <>
Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK - Friday, February 22, 2002 at 05:50:27 (PST)
Wonderful. I have been looking around your page, and I find it very fantastic. I hope one day to have the opertunity to come down and train.
Trevor <>
Lindsay, Ontario, Canada - Friday, February 22, 2002 at 00:41:42 (PST)
Great site. I am reading the book I downloaded. I was once called "Richard Fletcher" in the SCA - and wish there would have been more of this sort of thing available to me in my younger days of sword-play. Thanks for putting the site and information online.Rick
Rick Donaldson <>
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - Sunday, February 03, 2002 at 16:02:06 (PST)
Your presentation of the Medieval Martial Arts at the R.O.M was very interesting. I am now paying more attention to detail when I watch movies of the 14th and 15th centuries; and also look more closely at armour in museums.
Ian <>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Monday, January 28, 2002 at 17:58:18 (PST)
Great web site. One of the best knowledge bases I have found.
Troy Mears <>
Eagle River, Alaska, USA - Tuesday, January 22, 2002 at 16:03:00 (PST)
An Alaskan warrior looking around on the web.
P.Gotthardt <>
Chugiak, Alaska, USA - Saturday, January 19, 2002 at 23:45:53 (PST)
Well done, it pleases me to see the ancient ways continued
Cindylee Bickford <>
North Bay, Ontario, Canada - Monday, January 14, 2002 at 15:20:09 (PST)
After exploring your site, I've decided this is exactly what I want to be doing...The only problem is that I'm in Rochester, NY - a three hour drive to Toronto. Do you know of any local (Rochester, NY) groups?
Tracy Grier <>
Rochester, New York, USA - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 19:27:41 (PST)
I'm looking for people living in Landkreis-Teubingen to studie fencing together.
Paul Duplys <>
Tuebingen, Baden-Wuertenberg, Germany - Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 08:12:04 (PST)
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