- ... It s both! Website, including link to newsletter: http://slavic.freeservers.com/ YahooGroup: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SIG TheMessage 1 of 15 , Dec 11, 2010View Source<<snip>>
> There are a few links around for Russian garb, but it's not a particularly well-documented rdegion, as far as SCA garb goes. There is a group or website called "Slavic Interest Group" that can probably help. I don't recall if they are a yahoo group or a website.<<snip>>
Website, including link to newsletter: http://slavic.freeservers.com/
The 'Russian Knowledge Pages' a spin-off of SIG may also be useful:
> As far a actual, preprinted patterns, I doubt there is anything out there, other than a Folkwear pattern for a sarafin, which could possibly be used for very, very late period. But I don't know offhand if the sarafin is actually appropriate for SCA use.<<snip>>
It's a contentious issue, I think it's fair to say. *Something* called a sarafan seems to have just started to have been worn by urban women in the 16th century, but I understand that much of the supporting artwork that might hint at its' construction or shape dates from the 17th.
Oksana Sekatcheva, âThe Formation of Russian Womenâs
Costume at the Time before the Reforms of Peter the Greatâ, in
Catherine Richardson (ed.), Clothing Culture, 1350-1650
(Aldershot, 2004); 77-91
- the one Byzantine link was to some of my stuff which has since moved. http://blacktauna.com/sca/byzantine.html TaunaMessage 2 of 15 , Dec 15, 2010View Sourcethe one Byzantine link was to some of my stuff which has since moved.
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "Tat'ianna" <tatianna_codlin@...> wrote:
> 7 of the How to Make links on the second link don't work.
> Tat'ianna Radokovaia
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Heather Law
> Sent: Saturday, December 11, 2010 8:58 AM
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> Subject: Re: [SCA-Garb] Re: Russian Garb
> These links might be of some help:
- Check out Dr. Tim Dawson. Levantia, a lot of it is Byzantine which has ties to the RusMessage 3 of 15 , Oct 13, 2011View SourceCheck out Dr. Tim Dawson. Levantia, a lot of it is Byzantine which has ties to the Rus
this is another good site
Lady Nefratiri - Atenveldt
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