RE: [sig] New
The wind will move the ship but without the initiative of putting up the
sails, it goes nowhere.- Kythe
From: John-Joseph Bober [mailto:jjbober4@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 2:13 PM
Subject: RE: [sig] New
As am I...
The thing I'd love to find is examples of 13th C Polish men's
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> As am I...Woo-hoo! Jan!
> The thing I'd love to find is examples of 13th C Polish men's
Good to see you here. :)
Kate Jones | I turned my world upside-down
kate@... | and that's how everything landed...
- Some patterns linked to
http://www.kismeta.com/diGrasse/PolArtCostumeWeapons.htm are from the
--- In sig@y..., "Sarah Grochoski" <grochosk@b...> wrote:
> Hello all!
> I'm new to the group, but I've been in the SCA awhile now. I'm
just a not-so-gentle Irish gal with a stubborn Polish husband.
Sigh... I've got a couple of portraits of men's garb, but they are
from about 1639-1660. I was looking for the Polish equivalent of
> Medb ingen Adomnan
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- Bozeny Pany,
I am new to the list and thought I'd introduce myself. I am Darja z
Praze, a Czech woman from the reign of Karel IV. (MKA Megan Cantwell.)
I was in the SCA for a few years before going on exchange to the Czech
Republic, but only knew my persona after that. :-) I am interested in
all things Czech, including costuming, language, bookmaking (binding
and printing), brewing, and almost anything else SCAdian you can think
of. I live in the Mists, in the West Kingdom, and am a member of St.
Mejte se moc hezky,