I’m updating my Greek and Roman clothing sections. I hope to bring you a “differences between Greek and Roman women’s clothing” section soon.
It’s that time again…
Warriors and Warlords (affectionately known as WW, dub-dub, and one year knowns as glub-glub) quickly approaches (July 11-14th). Northshield’s biggest event. I have, for a reason I have yet to figure out (probably because I feel strongly that everyone should retain at least once), have decided to teach my retaining class. The class is on what to expect and some ideas on what might be expected of a royal retainer. Thus, for those interested, my class handout can be found here. And if you are at WW, please feel free to stop in. The class (called Retaining 101), location, and time are listed in the site booklet.
In exploring Ancient Roman jewelry, I’ve come to develop a love of the fashion of Ancient Greece. So, after delving into 8th century Swedish culture and fashion I said, “What the hell, let’s take on a completely new archaic subject.” And here we are.
Greek Fashion Gallery
Original sources… I know, right! Makes a nerd tingly.
When in Ancient Greece… or Rome
I’ve made a few outfits and I plan to post pictures soon.
New or newish to the SCA?
And for anyone else interested, more information can be found HERE and in the “New/Newish to The SCA” topic or in the tags of the same title and “SCA.” Items may be reproduced by request and with due credit.
Garb on a Budget
Coral & Pearl Necklace Replica. Suitable to late middle ages reenactment. You can find more information about her HERE.
Here is a collection of simple ways to get started with Norse garb.
This site contains a series of topics and handouts from classes I’ve taught. I’ve used “tags” for broader areas and “topics” for more specific areas. This site is dynamic, so I plan to continue to update and change things. Hope you find it useful. And also note, I don’t claim to be expert but with a research background I do hope to provide the best sources I can. Enjoy!