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  • Re: Bibliography?

    Thank you for that! I actually did go to your site for that very reason, but my work computer showed an empty page on the bibliography page. I went home and it

    mister_eddy2003 17 hours ago
  • Re: Bibliography?

    For a glimpse of late period practice, I would recommend "The Art of Joinery" by Joseph Moxon, commentary by Christopher Schwarz, Lost Art Press LLC

    johnrnewton 1 day ago
  • Re: Bibliography?

    Marijn, Thanks for reminding us, I enjoy your work. Cheers, Brandubh On Tue, Mar 31, 2015 at 10:12 AM, gloerke@... [medievalsawdust]

    bencogan 1 day ago
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A group for the discussion of Medieval woodworking
techniques and for display of pictures, drawings,
articles and photos of ideas or resources.



Items that aren't strictly medieval
but fit into the re-creationist context are also welcome.



This group's members will probably be primarily members
of the Society for Creative Anacronism
but anyone can ask to join.




This group was started by Baron Conal O'hAirt of the
Midrealm



This is not an offical SCA webpage or group.




If you would like to join this group, PLEASE give
the moderator a little proof that you are human and not a spammer
.....Something more than "I would like to join your group."
If you do not give that proof you probably will not get in without me asking for more proof....Tell me about what you want to work on, what you want to learn, or even tell me a joke.





The picture shown is from...

Jean Bourdichon, Les Quatre Etats de la Societe: L'Etat de travail. c.
1500 in the Ecole Nationale Sup�rieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. It's
one of a group of four miniatures depicting the different "states" of
society (nature, poverty, work, nobility).

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