Some Favorite links
Ælflæd of Duckford's collection
(Partly for ease of finding them again myself!)

Not all are SCA-specific.

I've borrowed the chain mail background from http://www.jelldragon.com/index.htm, The Jelling Dragon, Viking Re-enactment Store's beautiful online site.

Steve Muhlberger (Duke Finnvarr, sometimes) has a fantastic history blog: Muhlberger's Early History

SCA in General

Stefan's Florilegium—nearly 20 years' worth of files on every SCA topic he could find

Karen Larsdottir Site map and intro page and search box. She has a great deal on material culture, with links to period illustrations.

Known World Artisans' Showcase (not as easy to navigate as they say; wish it started with photos and then went to words...)

People

PEOPLE AND PHOTOS:

My People Pages

The Ansteorran Laurels

The Lochac Laurels

PRECEDENCE and WHO'S WHO SITES:

Atenveldt Order of Precedence online

Outlands, Wimble Herald page

People's Personal Sites

Metressa Jadwiga Zajaczkowa, herbs, cooking, library research, Eastern Europe, period egg dyes

Group Websites

This Interactive Known World Map might be the best way to get to kingdom and local webpages. "Website and map design Adam Love 2007. AKA Dante de Valencia, in the Shire of Trinovantia Nova, in the Kingdom of Ealdormere." I love that the mouseover shows the kingdom's arms, and the sea shows a mermaid.

History of the Real World


things I want to look at again

LAW:

Medieval Sourcebook: The Anglo-Saxon Dooms, 560-975

Bracton on the Laws and Customs of England attributed to Henry of Bratton, c. 1210-1268

History of the SCA

SCA Royalty
Kingdom of the West
Timeline

History of Caid

Autocrating

Costuming

Heraldry

Ýves’ pages on SCA heraldry: http://www.therotunda.net/heraldry/

Writing

Letters: Medieval Missives & Letter Writing

Children at Events

Duckford kids with photos and links to other kids' costuming sites.

Send More Links!

Duckford index page and there's also a