Resources for the Historical European Martial Arts & Sports Community
Nominate people for the HEMA Scholar Awards
Finally, it is time to start nominating the researchers you admire, respect and consider to be worthy of having their hard work awarded both with these awards and nice prizes like swords, books and fencing gear. Surely you know of … Continue reading →
To all HEMA-related business owners
To all swordsmiths, protection gear manufacturers, equipment retailers, event organizers and other HEMA-related business owners: HROARR is now introducing a discreet and HEMA-specific Ad banner system to help you market your products. The hope is that this will get you … Continue reading →
Post your thoughts on HROARR
The beauty of posting your texts on HROARR is that we then can have lots of HEMA articles published under various categories, even quite specific ones, where people post their thoughts and research, and all of it is searchable for … Continue reading →
I've graduated in architecture in Trieste with a thesis on the Medieval shape of the city. I'm currently a freelancer / photographer, using these skills for a company of archaeological research. I share my interests with the study of ancient fencing and passion for the reconstruction of historical equipment. For the first 8 years of my fencing life, I practiced within a number of different clubs. I moved on. On 07/07/2007 I received the diploma as "magistro scholare" at the national academy of fencing (ANS, Italy). On 11/07/2009 I received the diploma as "magistro" from the aforementioned ANS. On 27/05/2012 I was certified as an FIF Functional training specialist. Nowadays I teach, and learn myself, with the awesome pals at SeptemCustodie.
In an attempt to build a stronger case for the HEMA community when speaking to manufacturers of protective gear and sparring swords, media, and other Martial Arts disciplines, I have initiated a survey to calculate the numbers of Hema practitioners all over the world.