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A little treat for Vadi fans

In November 1967, De Arte Gladiatoria was sold to the Biblioteca Nazionale di Roma. It lies there still. In the process of doing research for the second edition of Veni Vadi Vici (which should be out this year), I found the auction catalogue on ebay, and bought it. As you may know, I'm not one to keep my finds secret, so I have scanned in the relevant pages, and uploaded them here. This catalogue has the only published collation of the manuscript (the description of how it is bound together), as well as some fascinating extra details. I didn't include scans of the plates reproduced in the catalogue, as much better images are available online from wiktenauer.com.

If you happen to want other pages from this catalogue, let me know and I'll scan them for you.

Sothebys Vadi 1967

I will be releasing the corrected translation for free online, as before, and all of the original backers of the campaign will get ebook copies of the second edition sent to them for free.

I'm sure you have an opinion: do share!

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  1. Hello, I have just received a copy of your book The art of Sword Fighting in Earnest and was disappointed that it did not contain any of the images from the original text. The text mentioned that the images could be downloaded here, however the link does not seem to be functional. Can you please provide the working link to the images, thank you

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