Aildreda de Tamworthe
Dreda at Great Northeastern War 2009
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Aildreda de Tamwurthe lives peaceably outside the city of Tamwurthe, managing a household that is almost too large for a widow to handle, but she perseveres. She raises sheep and supports herself largely through the burgeoning trade in English wool. She is often seen in the company of a young man from Brittany, who is himself of the household of the Seigneur de la Tour du Lac in Gascony. From time to time, she has the luxury of visiting there.
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Some small projects may be found at http://ceteros.org
She has also been known to wordsmith the scrolls for texts, the nerdier the better.
Dreda's Laurel discipline is, informally, Enabling. She will cheerfully help you hunt down how to do that thing, or what/where that thing is. Just ask! Particularly, she has Lots and Lots of access to scholarly databases and journal archives; if you are looking for a particular resource and can't get to it, please do ask!
Somewhat more particularly, she is deeply interested in the day-to-day operation of medieval households, immersive event spaces (particularly quite small ones), and 13thC English music and poetry. She is also not bad at being an event steward.