The modern épée (English pronunciation: /ˈɛpeɪ/ or /ˈeɪpeɪ/, French pronunciation: ​[epe]) derives from the 19th-century Épée de Combat (itself a derivative of the French small sword), and is the largest and heaviest of the three weapons used in sport fencing.

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  • The modern épée (English pronunciation: /ˈɛpeɪ/ or /ˈeɪpeɪ/, French pronunciation: ​[epe]) derives from the 19th-century Épée de Combat (itself a derivative of the French small sword), and is the largest and heaviest of the three weapons used in sport fencing. Épée is French for "sword".As a thrusting weapon the épée is similar to a foil (compared to a sabre), but has a stiffer blade which is triangular in cross-section with a V-shaped groove called a fuller, has a larger bell guard, and is heavier. The technique however, is somewhat different, as there are no rules regarding priority and right of way. In addition, the entire body is a valid target area. (en)
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  • The modern épée (English pronunciation: /ˈɛpeɪ/ or /ˈeɪpeɪ/, French pronunciation: ​[epe]) derives from the 19th-century Épée de Combat (itself a derivative of the French small sword), and is the largest and heaviest of the three weapons used in sport fencing. (en)
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