One of the main texts used for class. Available in PDF only. Printing costs approximately $90-100 depending on binding and paper. Contains information on unarmored and armored longsword fencing from Ringeck, Danzig, and Ms.3227a.
One of the preeminent German fencing HEMA texts, the Art of Combat 1570 paved the way to understanding older sources due to Meyer's prolific explanations. A deep read and source for Longsword, Dussack, Rappier/Sidesword, Dagger, and Polearms (Quarterstaff, Halberd, Pike). This 2015 edition is currently in paperback reprint.
Released in 2021, this most recent treatment of the PvD Manuscript has a fresh transcription and translation from Dierk Hagedorn and Christian Tobler. Contains sections by Andre Lignitzer (Armored, Sword and Buckler, Wrestling, Dagger). Primary text covers Longsword, Mounted, and Armored Combat. Also contains the noted paragraph referencing Master Talhoffer.
2017 translation of the Jude Lew manuscript with transcribed German text. Contains sections on Longsword, Harness fighting, Holding down and Getting up, Short Sword/Halfswording, Sword and Buckler, Wrestling, and Fencing on Horseback.
This 2020 translation by Stephen Cheney is a well worked revisit of primary study texts while being focused and compact. This cheap paperback should be a mainstay in anyone's study.
This 2013 compilation of longsword knowledge is a must-have for any HEMA practitioner. Articles detail many of the nuanced structural concepts within German longsword fencing.