WoodLyn Reference Library
Resource library for books/publications about the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
An interesting site giving the great quarter and cross quarter days in the calendar.
Martha Carlin – History, Archaeology & Medieval Studies
A great site with more texts.
A gateway site for some museums in Norway and Denmark
Linguistics Education Resource Guide
Contains information on Linguistics in general but also has several links to the study of historical languages.
MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive
Here is a wonderful site giving biographical sketches of mathematicians, both in and out of period.
How to Make Armor
This site is all about armor construction.
The Alchemy web site on Levity.com
This is a great site with many period texts on alchemy.
A nice program to calculate calendar dates using the various formats used in period.
The Grey Company Trebuchet Page
Pictures and a few words about these amazing pieces of “leverage artillery” – strange machines referred to variously as trebuchets, traction trebuchets, perriers, petrarias, war wolves, coulliards, bricoles or even “the witch from whose head the ropes hang like hair”
Circle Sword Theory
Sir Abu Nur Rustam Ibn Abdallah site about circle sword fighting style.
The Costume Gallery’s Research Library
Contains pictures, drawings, discussions and links for costuming.
La Couturière Parisienne
Beautifully presented paintings and drawings by time period to show costumes and fashion of the time.
Medieval Pavilion Resources
A list of medieval pavilion (and camping) resources.
SCA College of Arms on the Web
SCA Arms, Rules and Regulations.
The Academy of Saint Gabriel
A group of volunteers who research medieval names and armory.
Index to Rounds
Rounds to sing, with words and music, and midi files to hear the tunes.
Web Gallery of Art
Digital reproductions of European paintings and sculpture from 1150 to 1800.
Covers the writing systems and languages of the world. A great resource for scribes.
Making your own garb – this article covers basics like what kind of fabrics to use, what to avoid, and a basic tunic pattern.
Ilsa Makes Things
Tutorial for sewing a linen Bocksten-style tunic with French seams
The Elizabethan Costume Page
Overview of Elizabethan costuming, including patterns, research, and photos of extant garments.
SCA Garb How-to (Unofficial Facebook Group)
Group dedicated to sharing and learning how to make medieval clothing. The original focus is on those making clothing/garb for use in the SCA, but anyone is welcome.
Ultimate guide to cosplay makeup.
David Friedman’s Recreational Medievalism
This is the homepage of Duke Cariadoc of the Bow. It is a wonderful source for authentic SCA information.
Stefan’s Florilegium on Commerce
This is another nice page that focuses on medieval commerce as well as some crafts.
The Letter of Dance
An SCA site on dancing.
West Kingdom History
History of the West Kingdom.
Search Forms for the SCA Armorial
On-line Ordinary and Armorial for the SCA (All registered names and armory, sorted by name and updated regularly – warning, it’s about 6.6MB of text).
Enjoy the Quarter, Trimaris’ Perfectly Period Parody Publication. This is the (un)offical publication of the Barony of the Southern Wastes (Antartica).
Anyone who plays in the SCA in An Tir is welcome to join the Guild. Amongst other things they do embroidery, needlework, painting, leather decoration, wood carving, burning and painting, bone carving and more.