How I found the reblog button on other people's blogs.
Originally posted on La Bella Donna:
Over the next several months I will be teaching classes on the concepts of equity and inclusion in their relation to living history re-enactment for medievalists in general and for the Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA) specifically. In our mission statement we declare that SCA is “devoted to the research and recreation of pre-17th-century…
Originally posted on Novgorod to Three Mountains:
A useful looking resource: The British Library has set up a new page focusing on Hebrew manuscripts, many medieval. The digital collection includes Haggadahs, Torahs, Pentateuchs, and various treatises. Additionally, the site has articles explaining various aspects of these manuscripts. Check them out here. Some examples: 14th c Pentateuch Excerpts from Maimonides’ Code…
Presenting my painted set of Calontir's entry level awards and a bit on how they're created.
I'm taking an apprentice soon. You might have guessed from prior posts. But now there's a ceremony to plan. How do you go about that? How does the ceremony reflect the peer relationship?
if you want to start a blog you might not really know why. There's so many good reasons to do it. I'm probably not the only one with those reasons. Maybe others have the desire and just need help getting started. Or maybe it's time I teach blogging and offer a little push.
Protect the magic that is the SCA.
What are the most helpful scribal books? The ones that strengthen most your scribal skills and knowledge. I have favorites to share.
Photos from Anton IV and Yseult's coronation event. Calontir's 72nd King and Queen.
Each year several Known World symposiums are held around the SCA bringing people together to mingle and learn about their special interests. This one was about my two favorite things heraldry and scribal stuff.