Re: [RoyalGuildofDefense] Re: class offering (May 19th)
- Hola,The date of event is May 19th?I might actually be able to teach something after my practical on May 5th.Puck
On 3/16/07, Beth Berry (Sorcha Careman) <sorcha@...> wrote:Thank you to all for stepping up to offer so many classes for Rapier.
I would ask that you contact the autocrat directly, Donata, at dawn@...
with your information.
Staffan Arffuidsson wrote:
Antonio, I've asked that my Meyer class does not conflict with your
class. I have wanted to attend your classes for the past couple of
Collegiums, hopefully I can this time!
Sorcha, should those who wish to teach at Collegium reply to your
message, or send something to the Collegium Chancellor herself? And,
if the latter is the case, is there an e-mail address or web site to
find out more?
Thank you very much!
--- In RoyalGuildofDefense@yahoogroups.com, "Barone Antonio Giordano
da Sicilia, O.P." <dragonslair88@...> wrote:
I am scheduled to present the following class at this year's Spring
Castiglione for Fighters: the courtly warrior.*
*(alternately titled: "Prowess is only the beginning.")
This class is geared towards all SCA fighters (armored and rapier).
I have used "The Book of the Courtier" in three previous classes over
the last six years: "The Making of a Knight," "The Knight in His
Age" and "The Evolution of Chivalric Virtue." This class will
utilize Castiglione's magnum opus in terms of understanding the
responsibility of the warrior, the courtly warrior's code of honor
and the opportunity for individuals to enhance their kingdom by the
exercize of their virtue as well as their sword. Yes, prowess is of
great importance, but it is only one aspect of the noble warrior.
"El mejor Maeſtro es el ingenio de cada vno."
"The best Master is one's cleverness."