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Camillo Agrippa's Scientia d'Arme from 1553
This is a complete and quite high resolution scan of the first edition of Agrippa's amazing work, which has recently been published in translation by both Ken Mondschein and Jherek Swanger. I don't own an original, sadly, so this is just something I found on the interwebs using my mad google-fu and some cash.
You can have it for free and without obligation of any kind. If you think this is useful and/or beautiful, feel free to show your appreciation by paying something for it, or by buying one of my other books. Thanks!
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