steve hick wrote:
Sean M wrote:Has the Regimento been published or translated? I am collecting sources on knightly training, but I doubt I will ever learn 15th century Iberian languages.
It is in a small paper in Spada 1. If you wish, I can just have it up on line, I will have to hunt for it. Just the translation, the rest of the paper covered Dom Duarte's Bem Cavalgar section on swords, you can pick that up in the Preto translation - I understand there is going to be another person who is publishing an academic one that will be much closer to the original.
I found almost all of it at the ARMA site, in a paper.
Portuguese King Dom Duarte. In his Regimento, Duarte described: “And there he had weapons made of fine iron for other men, and he had lances and axes and wooden swords, and whenever he wanted to practice he armed himself with heavier weapons...made for learning different methods of defence and offence in which others are well versed.” Duarte further advised: “Have spare weapons and armor at your house for anyone who comes over. Have wooden weapons to play with. When you spar use heavier weapons. Sparring helps you to learn new techniques from suitable partners. If no one comes over, train with anyone you can.” 
 is essentially a paraphrase of  and not additional material. The rest of it has you getting up early and doing some roadwork (paraphrase). And that's it. Bem Cavalgar has more, but, to say it treats at all extensively of the sword, it doesn't.