Here is a copy of my Florilegium article for June, detailing what is new in the Florilegium this month.
Over the past twenty-five years in an ongoing effort, I have been collecting bits of useful information from various newsgroups, mail lists and articles submitted to me by their authors. In order to make this information available to others, I have placed this information in a collection of files called Stefan’s Florilegium.
The Florilegium is on the web at: http://www.florilegium.org
I am always interested in new articles. If you have written an article that would be of interest to others in the SCA, please send it to me for possible inclusion in the Florilegium. A&S documentation and class handouts will also often work well. I am especially interested in research papers submitted as A&S entries.
If you see someone’s A&S documentation or perhaps an article in a local newsletter that you think deserves a wider audience, please let me know. I won’t publish anything without the author’s permission, but many authors are too reserved to send me their articles on their own.
THLord Stefan li Rous (stefan at florilegium.org)
Here are the new files for this month:
In the ACCESSORIES section:
Goffered-Veil-art “Making a Goffered Veil” by Lady Elizabeth Braythwayte.
In the ARCHERY section:
Turksh-Flight-art “Turkish Flight Archery with Notes on the Construction of Flight Arrows” by Magister Arion the Wanderer, OL.
In the BEVERAGES section:
Med-Chocolate-art “The History of Chocolate” by TH Lady Miriam bat Shimeon.
In the CHILDREN section:
Mkng-Med-Toys-art “Medieval Toys You Can Make” by Aelflaed of the Weald (now Dame Joan Sutton).
In the COMERCE section:
Mvl-Indentur-art “Medieval Apprenticeship Indentures” by Master Crispin Sexi.
In the DANCE section:
dance-music-msg Sources of recorded music for medieval and SCA dance.
In the FOOD section:
Lenten-Diet-art “Medieval Lent – The Basics of Medieval Lenten Dietary Practices” by Domna Liutgard of Luxeuil, OL.
In the FOOD-MEATS section:
Period-Chili-art “How Period is Chili?” by HL Rycheza z Polska.
SCA and period dancing.
Period use of plant gums and resins. Myrrh, mastic, frankincense, camphor.
Halloween, Samhain, other Medieval holidays.
Making lace in period and SCA.
Origins and meanings of SCA placenames. Pt. 3
Dried, pickled and salted preserved lemons.
Medieval use of Orange Flower Water. Recipes
SCA weapons ideas. Construction tips.
Copyright 2015, Mark S. Harris. Permission to reprint in SCA-related publications is hereby granted if the file descriptions are left unchanged. Removing any of the updated files listed in order to fit the article into limited publication space is allowed. The article introduction may also be edited, provided the web address and contact info are retained.