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  • --- In Authentic_SCA@^$1, Tiffany Brown wrote: > > Someone on my local list asked if there were better titles for our > Arts & Sciences officer (called Arts & sciecnes minister in other > parts I beleive). I think they were more worried about the feel of > the word - the fantasy setting rather than the history, but I wondered > what are the closest roles to this role that we know...
    citikas May 7, 2011
  • --- In Authentic_SCA@^$1, julian wilson wrote: > So, does anyone know a Bookbinder who's also an SCA period re-enactor? Yes, I do. There are a few of us around and one is coming to Drachenwald this spring. Randy Asplund (http://www.randyasplund.com/current/bkarts.htm) will be attending Double Wars and teaching classes. If you can make it to Double Wars, I'm sure he'll have good...
    citikas Mar 1, 2008
  • --- In Authentic_SCA@^$1, "balanttina" wrote: > > hello! > > I asked my friend who made some board games for himself and he gave me > this links which I think you will be very pleased with: > > http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Rhodes/4668/gluckshaus.htm > original middle/late 16C glueckhaus > http://home.arcor.de/tomasz.nowak/evocatio/glhaus.htm > another one from 1583 > http://www...
    citikas Apr 26, 2007
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  • Greetings! I have been trying to find 16th century sources about Glückhaus, but without luck. I have found websites that describe the game and list the rules, but do not give citations. As my persona is a Landsknect kampfrau, I would like to make some dice and a game board for this game to play at events. I would also like to enter it to an A&S competition. For this I would like...
    citikas Apr 25, 2007
  • Wow! What a wealth of resources. Thank you all who replied, Anneke Lyffland -~*~- And taste it, however it seems good to you, make it so. Sabina Welserin anno 1553
    citikas Apr 6, 2007
  • Greetings! Could anyone recommend 16th century German cookbooks, online or offline? I know of Sabine Welserin, but are there others? Are there books on German Landsknechts that describe their camp life and food? I am trying to research mid 16th century landsknecht food, ingredients, drinks and cooking for an A&S competition in October. Thank you, Anneke Lyffland -~*~- And taste it...
    citikas Apr 5, 2007
  • --- Beth and Bob Matney wrote: > Hi Anneke Lyffland, > > As I said publicly on the list: I really do appreciate your answers > to my > questions. Your paper is excellent. Thank you. > I would like to ask you about the use of "indigo" in your paper. Did > you > mean "indigotin", the blue pigment common to both true indigo > (Indigofera > tinctoria L., grown in India) and woad...
    Anneke Lyffland Nov 14, 2005
  • --- In Authentic_SCA@^$1, Beth and Bob Matney wrote: > > The quote below is the earliest dating that I have heard for knitting and > especially crochet in Northern Europe. Can anyone confirm or deny using > other archaeological sources? There is, of course, the possibility of > translation error in the article and that they are referring to naalbinding > (given the reference to a...
    citikas Nov 12, 2005