Re: [Authentic_SCA] An Introduction
- Ekaterina wrote:
> Hello, I am relatively new to the concept of playing in the SCA with anWelcome! I don't know much about Russian stuff, but I just wanted to
> emphasis on Authenticity, but I'm extremely fond of the idea. :) I'm
> currently looking into a Russian Persona from Novgorod during the 11th
> century, and would appreciate any resources anyone might have about it. I
> am 15, with lots of time for research (which I adore), and am a so-called
> 'Borg Artisan', meaning I'm interested in just about everything I can get
> people to tell me about. :) I would like to state that I have enjoyed what
> I've seen so far on the list, and am looking forward to learning more.
say it's great to have you on this list. Sit down, relax, enjoy!
Lady Katherine Rowberd (mka Kirrily "Skud" Robert)
Caldrithig, Skraeling Althing, Ealdormere
"The rose is red, the leaves are grene, God save Elizabeth our Queene"
- --- In Authentic_SCA@y..., Kitty O'Neal <kitty@s...> wrote:
> Hello, I am relatively new to the concept of playing in the SCAwith an
> emphasis on Authenticity, but I'm extremely fond of the idea. :)I'm
> currently looking into a Russian Persona from Novgorod during the11th
> century, and would appreciate any resources anyone might have aboutit.
Greetings and welcome, Ekaterina.
No, my memory was RIGHT! Hah! Check out
http://www.geocities.com/ilyana7/novgorod/toc.html for a reprint of a
Compleat Anachronist article on 13th century Novgorod.
>I'm glad someone still has a memory
>No, my memory was RIGHT! Hah!
Despina de la stressed out and counting the hours until her vacation begins
- --- In Authentic_SCA@y..., "Amy L. Hornburg Heilveil" <aheilvei@u...>
> Despina de la stressed out and counting the hours until hervacation begins
> on TuesdayI'm desperately clearing my desk so I can leave it empty tomorrow.
Tonight i finish loading the truck, 7pm tomorrow I'm on the road.
- At 03:50 PM 8/1/2002 +0000, you wrote:
>--- In Authentic_SCA@y..., "Amy L. Hornburg Heilveil" <aheilvei@u...>Have fun darlin' and good luck on the clearing party! I can't leave until
> > Despina de la stressed out and counting the hours until her
> > on Tuesday
>I'm desperately clearing my desk so I can leave it empty tomorrow.
>Tonight i finish loading the truck, 7pm tomorrow I'm on the road.
Wednesday or Thursday. *grin* But I'll hopefully be completely ready.
Despina de la everyone who goes to Pennsic or any other event - please
- Hello all,
Eric MacTavish here I've been a SCAidian for just about 15 years
(some time off her and there) I recently retuned from Drachenwald
(well I guess '99 is kind of recent) and am now located in the
Barony of the Flame in the Middle Kingdom (Ft Knox Ky.)I have found
myself more and more sliding along that line of authenticy-fun-maven
and thought hat this would be an interesting group. As for my
authenticy...yes.. as of the moment my biggest sin is my tent (10
man cabin) but Im as-we-speak starting to build a "Tinker's" wagon
for my lady and myself for a more "period" encampment. I'm hoping to
find interesting pointers on cooking camping and general all around
advice on "period" sca-ing...(did that make any sense? LOL)
I enjoy Archery (target I no longer can do combat due to injury),
bardic (story telling mostly, I do both period tails and SCAidian
lore, and am in the middle of creating a "book of tails" so if you
have any good SCA lore stories please send them in!!!), I also play
the Bodhran (fairly well), wood carving, and some illumination
mostly in the Celtic style.
My lady/wife Keely the Tinker is a master cook an is now interested
in period cookery and primarily illusion foods and subtitles along
We both belong to a Italian renaissance Comedia Del Arte troop
within the SCA known as "i Scandali" we perform period Italian
Street theater... well thats enough fro an introduction for now I