Re: [SCA Newcomers] Re: Help
- Veronica wrote:
>For that matter, I can help you with some later-period Italian research.
> Welcome to the SCA. I am Lady Veronica Of Winters Gate. Mundanely I'm
> a History major at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. One of the
> first things I did when I joined the SCA was look over my text books
> looking at maps ect. to get a good Idea of what was happening during
> the time of my persona (11th c Anglo-Saxon). When I wanted to go
> indepth more I went to the Internet and my favorite site The Medieval
> Sourcebook: http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html
> If you want a Greek Persona it may be helpful to know that during the
> 15th (1400s ce) century Greece became a part of the Ottomen Empire.
> For a Quick overview of the history of Greece this site may be helpful
> for you:
> As for Itally there is a lot out there to help, it can be about as
> easy as googleing Italian History, but the Medieval Sourcebook has
> quite a bit on ITaly.
> Hope this helps
> Lady Veronica
> College of ST Boniface (UAF)
> Barony of Wintersgate (Fairbanks)
> Pricipality of Oertha (Alaska)
> --- In email@example.com, "Ryk Baker Sr"
> <great_ruby_dragon@y...> wrote:
> > I am new to the SCA. I am of Greek and Italian Desent. I want to
> > create a persona that is both period and of my heritage. Can anyone
> > help me or direct me to websites that can help. Any help will be
> > appreciated.
:) Email me if you're interested.
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