Re: [Authentic_SCA] Re: 2nd Crusades
- On Mar 3, 2010, at 10:52 PM, Quokkaqueen wrote:
> So there is a vague chance that a cup - in a case- might be aAs far as I know, the tankard on a leather strap hanging from a belt
> plausible way to carry a cup in the 15th and 16th centuries. It is
> significantly different to the near-universally worn tankard on a
> leather strap, but I'd suggest the concept itself is likely.
has purely practical modern roots -- I believe it was invented at
Renaissance Faires in California, where having a cup always within
reach is helpful in encouraging people to drink enough water and stay
hydrated during a long and very hot day outdoors. Hikers sometimes
carry a cup hooked to their belt for similar reasons.
O (Dame) Christian de Holacombe, OL - Shire of Windy Meads
+ Kingdom of the West - Chris Laning <claning@...>
http://paternoster-row.org - http://paternosters.blogspot.com
> At some point I've been thinking how one may do a pilgrimageYou may be interested in this site, the blog of a girl who travelled
> medievally... I
> think the solution would have to lie in traveling very lightly.
the Santiago pilgrimage way from Turin in nearly entirely medieval kit
Check out her lovely equipment pages.
best, Ynes de Toledo (Insulae Draconis)
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- Labhaoise wrote:
> the Coalition of Historical Treckers might have info...Except that their period starts when ours leaves off.