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Peter Von Danzig's Fechtbuch on Liechtenauer, 1452. Vincentio Saviolo - His Practice in Two Books -1595 Vincentio Saviolo: His Practice in Two Books - 1595. George Silver - Paradoxes of Defence and Brief Instructions Upon My Paradoxes of Defence -c. Han Talhoffer's "fechtbuch" shows another way how medieval combat was used Germany.
Its repeatedly drawn figures are lifelike and even emotive, grimacing in pain or frowning with fierce determination.
Many of the plates do not demonstrate step-by-step techniques, preserving instead images of a bout at the moment when one technique has prevailed over another.
The earliest example is a fresco in tomb 15 at , showing illustrations of techniques dating to c. Similar depictions of wrestling techniques are found on dating to .
The only known instance of a book from is (2nd century), detailing techniques.
An extant Chinese text on wrestling is "Six Chapters of Hand Fighting" included in the 1st-century AD . Foot methods were subdivided into armed combat and unarmed combat.