Of course, it is.
CL-USER> (format nil "~:@R" 1893) "MDCCCLXXXXIII"
Yeah, but it's XIX century, did they really learn to use wooden swords? Like Japanese kendo?All in all, looks like a kind of a wooden sword.
Yes, that's true. If I'm not mistaken, the first edition still claimed that the Sun orbited the Earth.Also, "Orbis Pictus" seems to be a common name for many books significantly changed from the time of the original Comenii book (like Calepinus for dictionary).
Wow, you are right: "Stellae fixae cum octava sphaera aequaliter progrediuntur" (ed. 1665). It's definitely a planetary model of Ptolemy.Yes, that's true. If I'm not mistaken, the first edition still claimed that the Sun orbited the Earth.
It is in Orbis Sensualium Pictus (Comenius; Czech, 1833)But where exactly do you find "rudis" for a steel rapier?
You are absolutely right. Speaking about gladiators of ancient Rome, "rudis" is a wooden sword for training and status symbol on retire.No, this one is made of wood, because the text is about gladiators. We agree that gladiators used wooden swords, don't we?