“Fencing, Boxing, Wrestling” by Walter Armstrong and others. This book was written as part of a big scientific work of researching of relations between fencing, stick work, European fist fight and fighting in Europe in the 15th – 20th centuries.
“The Science of Fencing” treatise published in Catania in 1844 belongs to the pen of the pragmatic fencing expert Blasco Florio. This is the last monument, the last historical document dedicated to the Neapolitan style of the Spanish Fencing School ( later such documents were not published).
“Treatise on the Science of Arms, with a Philosophical Dialogue” by Camillo Agrippa Camillo Agrippa, as an educated man, showed scientific interest and approach to fencing, he has eliminated essential mistakes in popular fencing styles at that time, thereby coming up and describing his own fencing system, which was of a great practical importance.