The Rising Waters Library of Links
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Where to find us ONLINE:
Households Represented in Rising Waters
House Black Patche
Hamlet of Commerford
Other Kingdom Links
Aethelmearc Home Page
Arts & Sciences
The Schoyen Collection – over 222 manuscripts on-line
Web Gallery of Art: contains over 7,300 digital reproductions of European paintings and sculptures created between the years 1150 and 1750.
Calligraphy & Illumination Links courtesy of Atlantia
The Staffordshire Hoard – Hundreds of pictures of 7th century Anglo-Saxon burial finds.
Online Fascimile of The Hours of Catherine of Cleves
Garb Making, Research & Inspiration
Armouring & Fighting
SCA Standard Display Suggestions
Reasons to Date a Medievalist – Just for fun.
How to Make a Trebuchet Out of Cardboard – serious link.
Medievalists.net – All sorts of useful and interesting information on our favourite time period.
The Heroic Age – A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe
The Divine Liturgies Research Project
Woruldhord Project – Collection of as much Old English/Saxon information as the University of Oxford can find.
Danish Royal Library – Online compilation of manuscripts.
Ealdormere College of Heralds
Medieval Wedding Info.
Traditional Scottish Weddings
Sofi’s Stitches: Renaissance Costumer – see her at Pennsic!
The Heather Dale Store: Ever wondered how to buy those wonderful CDs between events? Here’s the way.
Wovenbands: Supplier of beautiful hand woven trims.
The Library of St. Nicholas: Personal Research Library.
Regia Anglorum – Viking & Norse Recreation group
The Camelot Project – an international centre for recording and celebrating 1500 years of Arthurian literature, music and art. Not to be confused with Project Camelot…
Calontir Arts & Sciences Site
St. Catharines Public Library
http://carrotkhan.webs.com/ – (2009) Web archive of a Bayeux Tapestry-inspired embroidered history of the Society. Extremely cool.