Gran Simulacro plate 13
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Figure that strikes with a scannatura by a thrust to the right flank with a passing-lunge while the adversary disengages to strike.
FIGURE THAT WOUNDS BY SCANNATURA WITH A THRUST TO THE RIGHT FLANK ON A PASS, WHILE THE ADVERSARY DISENGAGES TO STRIKE.
The form of striking known as the scannatura happens in the following manner: C has constrained D's sword on the outside, and D disengages a thrust to C's face. C encounters his enemy's sword on the outside lowering the point into second, and passing with the left leg in the same tempo to wound in the flank, finishing by lowering his body and seizing the hand, as illustrated.
What was the victim trying to achieve?
- Both fencers start IN SUCH-AND-SUCH A MANNER.
- The agent STARTS A FIGHT.
- The patient RESPONDS LIKE IN THE FOLLOWING PICTURE.
- The agent MAYBE DIES OR MAYBE NOT.
- Important elements of form and execution go here.
- Why? Here I could explain why this particular key point is important or why it functions the way it does.
- What was the mistake made by the patient that allowed them to be wounded by the agent.
- What does this play demonstrate from the earlier manuscript. References recommended.
- Counter to ANOTHER PLATE?.
- Related in some other way to SOME OTHER PLATE?
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