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The Armor Archive A list of armour related articles and bulletin boards on the combat, authenticity and other needful things.

The Armour Library:  Master Geoffrey MacDhomhuill's site on anything armour related.

Bone Horn and Antler Work articles & links on bone, horn and antler working as it applies to the Middle Ages & the SCA.

The British Monarchy lots of historic and modern info.

CALLIGRAPHY The Geometric Method by Austrechild von Mondsee

Recreational Medievalism(applied) Cariadoc's web page including many articles from Cariadoc's Miscellany

The Castles of Wales a good resource on castles

Circa 1265's:  They recreate the Baronial Wars between Henry III and adherants to Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester

Andy Goddard's Circa 1265: Page A more detailed page devoted to Circa 1265

The Art Of Middle Eastern Dance, offers belly dancing education, inspiration, and entertainment

Conquest a UK based costumed re-enactment society

The Costume Page: a library of costume and costuming-related links

The Dictionary of Medieval Terms: Part of ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies.

The Empire of Chivalry and Steel (ECS):  An American reenactment group from the Southwest.

English History and Heritage from the prehistoric monuments like Stonehenge, to  the Victorian period.

The Fantastic Art of Randy Asplund  Randy is a professional artist as well as an SCA member, his article on Chausses and Braies is of particular intrest

Footwear of the Middle Ages articles on different styles and making footware

IG Wolf e.V: A re-enactment group based in Germany, dedicated to research of the Crusade period and the Hohenstauffen
dynasty. (links in German and English)

An Index of Poets in Representative Poetry On-Line:  Lots of period poetry, but modern poetry also

Institute of Draped Clothes a website devoted to draped clothes, Toga's Sari's etc.

Ireland History in Maps a great resource for people researchin Irish Personas

Herr Konrad Mailander a good page with lots of great links including lots of heraldry information.

Knights of St. Denis Homepage: are a Live Steel Living History/Re-enactment group focusing on the years 950-1550 A.D.
Johanna le Mareschel and Geoffrey de Leon of our household are members of this group.

Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid great for figuring out all those latin mottoes prayers, etc.

Levantia: is a site for Byzantine and medieval Near Eastern social history

Medieval Pavillion Resources: Lady Myra Silverlock's site dealing with a wealth of camping information and how-to projects.

Medieval Soldiers  It is the intention of this webpage to present European medieval soldiers from the period of the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries, using original sources and modern recreated photographs.

Middle Eastern Drumming A web page dedicated to teaching drumming.

MK-Culinary Collegium  a space for the people  who are interested in culinary matters to share links, recipes, and helpful advice.

ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies

Orthodox Chrisitain artwork/greeting cards.

Phiala's String Page a page on tablet weaving and braids

Regia Anglorum Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History.

The Shire of Vanished Wood located in the northwestern/western suburbs of Chicago another great page

Silk Road Designs Armoury's Armour History Site: An intensely researched resource for Oriental armour.

Spiffing Up Your Campsite:  Master Charles Oakley is (at least as of December, 1999) the Middle Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences.  This is his list of articles on camp beds, medieval furniture, banners, chests and more!

Christine O'Keeffe's Saint Patrick's Day Page lots of historic and not so historic info about St Patrick

Tales from Froissart an english translation of a  Jean Froissart, aperiod French writer and his tails of knights and chivalry

Tournaments Illuminated  The Home Page For The SCA Publications of particular intrest is the index of articles

Ursula Messerschmitt's Little Corner of The SCA includes A Geneology of Chivalry

Vincent Shaun Redmond an interesting Canadian page with info on modern orders of chivalry.

Wardrobes Of The Knowne World Unlock'd A Resource for Researching and Constructing Historic Clothing Worn in the Society for Creative Anachronism

William Marshall Earl of Pembroke An excellent bio of William Marshall the epitome of knighthood and chivalry.

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