Populace Blogs

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Populace Blogs & Websites

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English woman of the late 14th - early 15th century. Clothing, crafts, cookery, and more.
Music, Poetry, Brewing, Cookery, Scroll Texts and Miscellany.
Crafter and maker of many things.
Clothing, textiles, and culture of the late-14th-century and early-15th-century in Northern Italy and England.
Fantasy and Medieval Music for Our Times.
Clothing, cooking, brewing, illumination, and other sundry arts.
Medieval Illumination & Calligraphy.
Featuring over 300 videos on fencing, performing arts, and more.
Bardic arts.
Period Cooking and Other Shenanigans.
Heraldry, including armorial art, name and device submissions, Society procedures and record-keeping, and local court reports.
Documentation and Technique for producing period style beverages. Also modern experimentation with period techniques.
Women in History, Courtesans, Music, Visual Art, Safavid Persia, Documentation, Class Notes, and more.
Embroidery, scribal, painting, and all things Italian Renaissance.
Chinese beverage making, particularly rice wines.
Notes and things about being a protegé in the Society for Creative Anachronism.
A&S adventures in Chinese and other garb research, embroidery, and whatever other random mischief I get into
My Works as a Scribe for the East Kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism."
Calligraphy, Illumination, Wordsmithing
Miscellaneous Arts and Sciences.
Calligraphy and Illumination.
Miscellaneous Arts and Sciences.
Calligraphy and Illumination, as well as creative projects exploring material culture of all sorts.
Clothing, Project Management
Things I do as a protege

Household Blogs & Websites

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A 16th century Safavid Persian House of Courtesans.
Member blogs, Research blogs, Documentation, Class Notes, Art, Music, and more.

Guild Blogs & Websites

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A NSFW podcast about the history of sex workers.