LINKS TO SCA AND RELATED PAGES
These sites contain information about the Society for Creative Anachronism, the Kingdom of Meridies, and links to other baronies, shires, guilds, and groups within Meridies, as well some locally-hosted pages.
|Society for Creative Anachronism|
|Society for Creative Anachronism Newcomer's Portal|
|Kingdom of Meridies|
|Shire of Beau Fort (Gainesville, Georgia). May our offspring continue to grow and prosper!|
|The Shire of Drakenmere (Statesboro, Georgia). May our offspring continue to grow and prosper!|
|Meridian Embroidery Guild|
|Order of the Weaponmasters, Meridies|
|Kingdom of Atlantia's A&S Links|
|Bryn Madoc A&S Reporting Form, to submit your A&S activities online (link goes to an external website)|
|Medieval and Renaissance Society (MARS), Bryn Madoc’s sister student chapter on the University of Georgia's campus (link goes to an external website)|
|Lymphad Journey: The Hall of Memory for the Barony of Bryn Madoc
Lord Dyfn's personal site on the history of Bryn Madoc: “As a tapestry is woven of many threads, so Bryn Madoc is composed of many lives.” (link goes to an external website)
|Dreamstone Anglo-Saxon Poetry
The entries for the Dreamstone 27 Anglo-Saxon Poetry Contest, won by Master AEdward of Glastonburh
|Mistress Signy's Pretty Good Guide to 500 Years of Music History
A comprehensive compendium of useful links for early music resources
LINKS TO OUTSIDE SITES
The following links are not official links of the Society for Creative Anachronism or the Kingdom of Meridies and are not created, maintained, supported, reviewed or otherwise sanctioned in any manner. All external links are provided as a service to the populace at large and are offered on an “as is” basis.
|Castles of England
A comprehensive castle site
|Castles of Wales
Lots of pictures and info on Welsh castles and a collection of links to other Welsh topics
|Gothic Dreams: An Earthlore Immersive Exploration
A must-see site for Gothic architecture lovers! Take a cybertour of some of the great Gothic cathedrals and participate in the virtual cathedral project.
|Freer & Sackler Galleries at the Smithsonian Institution
Includes Near, Middle, and Far Eastern art
|Google Art Project — visit hundreds of world-renowned museum and gallery collections in virtual format|
|High Museum of Art — Atlanta (special exhibitions)|
|The Morgan Library & Museum
Click on “Collections” button to view many period works in zoomable format, including the Hours of Catherine of Cleves.
|Museum of Fine Arts Boston|
|New York Carver
Links to museums worldwide
|Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|RMN listing of French national and provincial museums|
|Victoria & Albert Museum
Lots of wondrous medieval and renaissance art at the V&A!
|Web Gallery of Art|
|May Day Wedding Menu of Morgaine & Gideon (Elizabethan cooking)|
|Medieval Cookery||Thousandeggs: Historical Culinary & Brewing Documents Online|
|Clothing & Textiles (includes Surviving Garments Project)|
|Footwear of the Middle Ages|
|The Frazzled Frau — German Women's Garb|
|Poor People's Poulaines|
|The C.S. Friedman Fan Site: The Forest of the Hunter
A site dedicated to the literary works of Bryn Madoc's best-known literary alumna.
|Alien Shores: The Worlds of C.S. Friedman
CSF's home site
|Worlds Imagined: The Many Realities of Tom Deitz
The online version of a comprehensive exhibit of Tom Deitz's life and works, from the University of Georgia Libraries' Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Tom Deitz (1952-2009), aka Master Dylan ab Aneirin y Breuddwidyr, was one of the founders of Bryn Madoc and the group's best-known literary alumnus.
|Anglo-Saxon England webring homesite
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and use the webring to find some interesting Anglo-Saxon sites.
The web version of the personally-published quarterly for the advancement of early period arts, crafts, sciences, and research, focusing on pre-1066 A.D. topics of interest to persons with early period personae in the SCA or similar organizations.
|Celtic Clip Art at Ceolas
Downloadable knotwork; ftp site also available.
|Earthlore's Ireland site
A cyber exploration of Ireland.
Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History resources.
|Justin de Coeur's Medieval & Renaissance Games
A page devoted to period game links.
|The Medieval Sportsman's Compendium of Knowledge
Feesh!! Site dedicated to researching how people hunted and fished 500 years ago and more.
|Archaeology Data Service
Archaeology articles from the University of York, UK
|The Labyrinth — Resources for Medieval Studies|
|Greg Lindahl's SCA Arts & Sciences links|
|Medieval & Renaissance Material Culture|
|The Medieval Page: Source for Medieval Studies on the WWW|
|NetSERF: the Internet Connection for Medieval Resources|
|Project Gutenberg E-Book: Arts & Crafts in the Middle Ages
by Julia De Wolf Addison
|The SCA Slavic Interest Group|
A compendium of articles of interest to SCA folk. NOTA BENE: Some rather annoying frames are in use on the Florilegium site. Here's a workaround.
|Kyoto Costume Museum|
|National Treasures and Important Cultural Property of the National Museum in Japan|
Multi-topic message boards
|Traditional Crafts of Japan|
|Wodeford Hall (scroll down for links)|
|Atrium Maucamedi: a Website for Medieval Music|
|A Beginners' Guide to the Bodhran|
|Joy & Jealousy Book (Dances)|
|Recorder Home Page|
|SCA Renaissance Dance Homepage|
|Werner Icking Sheet Music Archive — Other sheet music archive links|
|Building a Plausibly Medieval Pavilion|
|Medieval Pavilion Resources|
|Georgia's Ft. Mountain and Prince Madoc of Wales
Discover the legend of Prince Madoc and Fort Mountain, the historical “Bryn Madoc.”
See photos of the wall at Fort Mountain.
This page was last updated on December 6, 2016.
Links last checked on September 2, 2015.
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