RE: [sig] Pennsic U - class on Lithuania?
- Man I am so interested in this but won't be at Pennsic this year due to finances and my whole household not going. I would love any info on this if anyone want to share.
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 05:45:57 -0700
Subject: Re: [sig] Pennsic U - class on Lithuania?
--- Patoodle@... wrote:
> Thanks for forwarding that, Sfandra!That title alone might draw you some audience! :-D
> I would like to ask people on this list two
> 1) If you were at Pennsic, would you actually go to
> a class titled something like "Lithuania: The
> Biggest Medieval Country You May Never Have Heard
I might. I know nothing about Lithuania except the
Teutonic Knights came from there (I think...;D )
I would expect an overview of the history and
significant bits of cultural information: religion,
major industries, most closely tied to *(germany?)* by
language/culture/treaty, etc etc.
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- --- In email@example.com, Sfandra <seonaid13@...> wrote:
>Got sent back, you mean. :)
> I might. I know nothing about Lithuania except the
> Teutonic Knights came from there (I think...;D )
Except for Samogitia - the Lithuanians held off the Teutonic Knights.
It's an awesome, and unexpected history - if I ever went to Pennsic,
I'd take the class. Sorry I won't be there.
I'm really curious about sources for Lithuanian garb - I haven't
really been able to find much on that...?