For anyone interested in things Roman...Message 1 of 1 , Apr 6, 2009View SourceFor anyone interested in things Roman...
>From: Kevin Williams <kevinw@...>
>Sent: Apr 6, 2009 10:05 AM
>Subject: SCA Inquiry
>I was wondering if you could post this message on your group message board.
>We had the delightful opportunity to work with your group at the January
>Roman Masque event, and I want to expand our relationship with the SCA in
>the Chicago area.
>Hello to everyone! We are having a meeting Saturday April 18th around
>5:00ish. I want to extend an invitation to all local SCA members with an
>interest in Roman Legionary Reenactment. We are looking for anyone with a
>passion for ancient history, and for doing living history presentations and
>displays. We represent Legio Decima (Legion Ten) during the Roman Civil
>wars of the Late Roman Republic, the Tenth having been the most renowned
>legion of the Late Republican era. For information on our group you can
>also check out our website at www.romechicago.com
><http://www.romechicago.com/> . There are no membership dues or fees, we
>only ask that you strive for historical authenticity in your impression and
>be over 18 years old. We do not typically have combat involved with our
>living history displays, however a small amount is done during drilling and
>practice, as well as at a few events throughout the year. This is an
>exciting time to join Roman Reenactment as 2009 is the 2000th anniversary of
>the Battle of the Teutoberger Wald in which 3 legions were whipped out by
>german tribesmen, and there are a number of large events around the country
>this year in german communities celebrating this victory. If you are
>interested in joining as a legionary, civilian, auxiliary, "barbarian", ect.
>please either e-mail me at kev.kmw@..., or call me at 630-297-3574.
>We hope to work with the SCA on future events as well since most SCA
>personas could easily be used as gallic or german allies/enemies.
>Let me know if this is possible to post, or if you know of anyone in your
>group who might be interested!
>Leg X Fre/Equ