Re: [SCA Newcomers] Re: moors?
- Greetings Jaida,
Thank you for the 411. I belong to AL-Andulus and I will try the others.
I like your name and persona. I am looking for info on the Cordova region and on the scholastic achievments of the time period. I am the daughter of a scholar/teacher.
More later. I am under the weather today.
In your service,
Zakiyya bint Qabus Abd al-Wadood
jaida_al_magribiyya <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
If you are interested in a Moorish persona, you might want to join one
(or all!) of these groups:
Medieval Spain http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Medieval_Spain
Middle Eastern Personas
There are also two others that have a ton of really good info, but not
necessarily related to Spain:
SCA Persian http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SCA-persian
Turkish Personas Moderated
Some websites you might be interested in:
http://witch.drak.net/lilinah/index.html A Wealth of information on
http://users.lazerlink.com/~dwarph/al-musta'rib.html Newsletter on
al-Andalus and al-Magrib
I have MANY more! Let me know if you are looking for something in
Ja'ida al-Zarqa' bint Butrus al-Magribiyya
(daugther of a Magrib horse and camel dealer in the 14th century!)
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> Does anyone have a persona that is from Medieval Spain? I am planing
> on being a Moorish woman but am having trouble getting background
> info and garb. I would apprieciate anyone's help.
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