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Society and Kingdom

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The Society for Creative Anachronism
This is the official webpage of the SCA. From here you can obtain all sorts of information pertaining to this organization.
The Kingdom of Aethelmearc
This is the Kingdom that the Shire of Couer de la Terre is a part of. It covers part of the Northeast United States.

Our Neighbors

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The Barony of Delftwood
This Barony in the Syracuse, NY area is our sponsoring group.
The East Kingdom
This Kingdom covers a good portion of the US North East and parts of Canada.
The Middle Kingdom
This kingdom consists of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and a nip of Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Manitoba, and a bit of Ontario. 
Myrkfaelinn
The Dominion contains the areas in and around Ithaca, NY. They meet at least weekly on the Cornell University campus.

Our Members


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Lady Dyane of Arden and Marc of Outpost

Research Tools

Academy of St. Gabriel
They will research your SCA name for you and tell you if it is period and make suggestions if it is not.
ETHRN FEDERATION
European Templar Heritage Research Network
Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit
This site has some good images of medieval illuminates manuscripts.
WWW Medieval Resources
This site is a wonderful compilation of online historical databases, homepages, and texts.
the Rialto Archive
A collection of articles from the SCA's Rialto newsgroup.
Stefan's Florilegium Archive
A collection of Rialto articles arranged by subject.
Medieval History in the Movies
As the name says, medieval history in the movies.
On-Line Reference Book for Medieval Studies
This has a gigantic list of links to online promary source texts.
The Online Medieval and Classical Library
Primary source texts arranged by title, author, genre, and original language. All the texts are public domain in the United States.
Project Gutenberg
They are collecting and publishing literature as e-texts online. They have a number of medieval texts, probably because they are not copywrited.

 

 

 

 

 
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