Possible inspiration for Fiora?

[From Wikipedia:](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiore_dei_Liberi) **Fiore** Furlano de Cividale d'Austria, delli Liberi da Premariacco (Fiore dei Liberi, Fiore Furlano, Fiore de Cividale d'Austria; born ca. 1350;[1] died after 1409[2]) was a late 14th century knight, diplomat, and** itinerant fencing master.** He is the earliest** Italian master** from whom we have an extant martial arts manual. _His Flower of Battle (Fior di Battaglia, Flos Duellatorum) is among the oldest surviving fencing manuals.[3]_ I find it interesting how closely this historical figure matches up with Fiora in terms of name, origin, and swordsmanship.
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