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Mystery Monday: Yuwage

Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources on 2021-1-18
Every Monday we will post an entry that hasn’t yet been published with a view towards harnessing the collective onomastic power of the internet. If you have any thoughts about the name’s origin, other variants it might be related to, other examples read/watch more

Ice skating Regency style

Eva's historical costuming blog on 2021-1-17
I've wanted to do this ever since I started making Regency clothes again two-three years ago. But Gothenburg doesn't have very cold winter so most ice rinks are indoors, and not very pretty or historical. And of course they are closed now due to the read/watch more


Thoughts on Peerage from the #LongestVigilEver

Magdalena's kitchen on 2021-1-12
 Being given a writ during a pandemic has had some upsides and one of them really has been the time to reflect on what it means to me to be a peer and what sort of peer do *I* want to be. The thoughts come and go and I try to track them the best I read/watch more

Mystery Monday: Wrana

Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources on 2021-1-11
Every Monday we will post an entry that hasn’t yet been published with a view towards harnessing the collective onomastic power of the internet. If you have any thoughts about the name’s origin, other variants it might be related to, other examples read/watch more

A lot of on line teaching

Magdalena's kitchen on 2021-1-11
 Most of us have had to make shifts in how we display and teach our arts because of the pandemic. Me, I have been teaching on line and will continue to do that. I taught at the Drachenwald University in November and enjoyed myself (for the most read/watch more





The finished pellote

Eva's historical costuming blog on 2021-1-8
In the end I decided to line the pellote with thin wool, because I had it at home. Some reading about the tighter sayas from Las Huelgas showed that they were lined with "Anfalusian cloth", a term that isn't explained, but since they did make wool read/watch more


Meet the Coronation Event Team: Event Steward

Summer Coronation 2021 News on 2021-1-6
Kareina Talventytär is responsible for the overall coordination of the Drachenwald Summer Coronation 2021 team, obtaining and coordinating the site, and the budget. K. has previously run Frostheim’s Norrskensfesten (2015, 2016, 2017, and 2020), read/watch more


Grind that stag!

The lazy reenactor girl on 2021-1-6
– a roman skincare routine. A woman fixing her hair in the mirror, fresco from the Villa of Arianna, 1st century AD I haven’t posted anything here for more than a year. 2020 was certainly not the year for blogging. But I hope that 2021 will be a read/watch more

Mystery Monday: Vyrzbantha

Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources on 2021-1-4
Every Monday we will post an entry that hasn’t yet been published with a view towards harnessing the collective onomastic power of the internet. If you have any thoughts about the name’s origin, other variants it might be related to, other examples read/watch more

How can I help?

Summer Coronation 2021 News on 2021-1-2
We have a variety of roles still available to make Coronation the best, and safest, event possible.  For example: We need people to join the cleaning team, under the direction of Lady Petronilla Karlsdotter—not only for the post-event cleaning of read/watch more

How to put in a gore in a medieval garment

Handcrafted History on 2021-1-2
Remember my latest spring green wool dress? I took lots of photos during the process so I could show you how I made it, and share some great handsewing tip if you want to handsew a garment yourself. This post … Continue reading → read/watch more

 

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