File:Bem cavalgar.djvu

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Printed transcription of manuscripts by Dom Duarte, King of Portugal, XV century

Source Google Books
Author Dom Duarte, King of Portugal
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Bem cavalgar (1842)


The source Google book collects the two works by Dom Duarte:

  • Leal conselheiro
  • Livro da ensinança de bem cavalgar toda sella (known as "Bem cavalgar")

written into the first half of XV centuriy, as transcripted from the original manuscript and printed by Rollandiana, 1843.

This djvu file contains Bem cavalgar only (Leal Conselhero will be uploaded into another file). Bem cavalgar is probably the most important document about medioeval horsemanship.

Some problem about date of the book (see talk page)


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current19:50, 14 September 2008Thumbnail for version as of 19:50, 14 September 20081,863 × 2,588, 140 pages (3.09 MB)555 (talk | contribs)now with OCR embebed
14:34, 27 August 2008Thumbnail for version as of 14:34, 27 August 20081,863 × 2,588, 140 pages (2.82 MB)Alex brollo (talk | contribs){{Information |Description= |Source= |Date= |Author= |Permission= |other_versions= }}
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