Conversation With Christian Tobler

How do the efforts to revive a 500-year-old style of German sword combat help us understand the ideals of chivalry in medieval culture, and its place in the world today? Author and historical researcher Christian Tobler joins us to discuss that question. When Christian Tobler’s book “Fighting With The German Longsword” was published in 2004, it was […]

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ChivalryToday.com Conversation with Stephen Cooper

Conversation with Stephen Cooper

Among the events of conflict and military activity in the age of chivalry, the battle of Agincourt stands head-and-shoulders above just about anything else. Fought on October 25, 1415, Agincourt is the place where an outnumbered army of Englishmen, a “band of brothers” composed primarily of archers and led by King Henry V, defeated a […]

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ChivalryToday.com Conversation with Jessica Finley

Conversation with Jessica Finley

Jessica Finley joins host Scott Farrell to talk about the knightly practice of passages of arms in the Middle Ages, and why she (and her fellow combatants) find importance in reviving this chivalric custom in the 21st century.

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Richard III: The Scoliotic Knight Dr. Tobias Capwell

In Oct. 2014, Dr. Tobias Capwell came to Southern California for the Tournament of the Phoenix invitational world joust, and Chivalry Today’s program director, Scott Farrell, was asked to coordinate a series of lectures for the public. Dr. Capwell is the arms and armor curator at the Wallace Collection, but he has also been instrumental […]

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