CTV News - Smiths Cove Swordsmanship Classes - Summer 2008





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Published on 25 Aug 2008

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The Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts or AEMMA (pronounced "ehma"), is a historical European martial arts school focused on the research, reconstruction and resurrection of authentic medieval martial arts of all fighting styles (armed, unarmed, armoured and unarmoured), firmly based on the works of the late 14th century Friulian swordsmaster by the name of Fiore dei Liberi, demonstrating the deadly practicality and effectiveness of the art as it applies to today's personal self-defense.

AEMMA was initially created in May of 1998 in Toronto, Canada and under the laws of Ontario's Corporations Act and the Regulations of the Ministry of the Attorney General, was incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation (NPO Corporation Number: 1468524) in May 28, 2001. It has as its mission:

"The mission of AEMMA is to resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist and to achieve a state which would be consistent with that of a medieval warrior in both technology and ideal."

Apart from its founding Toronto chapter, AEMMA also has 3 vibrant chapters in Guelph and Stratford Ontario, and Digby Nova Scotia.

In this video, David Cvet delivers an introduction to swordsmanship in Smiths Cove, Nova Scotia during the summer of 2008.

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