"A Day with Liberi"
with Bob Charron of the St. Martin's Academy of Arms

On  Saturday February 17th 2001 The Academy Of European Medieval Martial Arts will host "a Day With Liberi".  This one day workshop will focus entirely on Fiore Dei Liberi's Flos Duelletorum.  We are pleased that Bob Charron from St Martins Academy of Medieval Arms will be present to lead us through the analysis of this very important text.

Mr. Charron has developed a multimedia approach to the analysis of Flos Duelletorum. The presentation will include in depth study of  much of the manuscript and analysis of the principals of the fight as presented in the text.

The afternoon will be spent in a hands on workshop using the mornings work to supply the keys to achieving the "true fight" as presented in the Liberi Text.

This workshop will be a rare opportunity to study a single text in great detail. I have had the opportunity to observe Mr. Charron presenting some of this material and I can without reservation say he is a leading researcher and practitioner. This workshop is not to be missed.

The workshop is to be held at the Medieval Times Facility At Exhibition Place (Dufferin Gates) 8:30 am sharp Saturday February 17 2001.  A light breakfast and buffet lunch will be supplied

Attendance is limited to the first 30 registrations

Cost to participate (no spectators) is $50.00 CAD, payment to be collected at the door.

To register, send  full name, address and telephone number for each participant. to ""
You may phone in your registration to 416 789 3515 weekday mornings after 8:00 am before 11:00 am

About Bob Charron: Bob Charron (aka SCA Conn MacNiell) began exploring Medieval combat in 1981, received his SCA  knighthood in 1986, and has dedicated the majority of his time in that organization to the study of  Medieval culture and warfare.  Currently he uses his skills as a former professional educator to bring his  enthusiasm and current understanding of Fiore dei Liberi's Flos Duellatorum to life for the student of  Medieval Arms.
Last updated: Jan 16, 2001