Cloak and dagger

"Cloak and dagger" was a fighting style common in the Renaissance involving a knife hidden beneath a cloak. The term later came into use as a metaphor, referring to situations involving intrigue, secrecy, espionage, or mystery.

Achille Marozzo's 16th century manual of arms illustration of the Dagger and Cloak

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