June 2011

Some awesome renaissance costume photos: Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2011 – Residing Chess Match Image by Firebird Images Opening day of the 2011 Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, TX – April 9, 2011 Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2011 – Fool Hearty Image by Firebird Photographs Opening day of the 2011 Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, TX – […]

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Cool Medieval Helmet photos

by admin on June 25, 2011

Check out these medieval helmet photographs: Pair of helmets Picture by dogwatcher Witnessed in Hermannsburg (Germany), on the medieval festival there (May possibly 2009). Samson and the Lion Sculpture Picture by Cross Duck This minor representation of Samson killing a lion is tucked away by itself among a higher frieze of abstract filigree function in […]

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Behold! The awful price of treason!

by admin on June 24, 2011

Some cool medieval pike pictures: Behold! The terrible value of treason! Image by A single fortunate man No saracens have been harmed in the generating of this photo. Ha! That fake severed head was simply the most entertaining prop I actually took to a renaissance faire. Lots of jaws dropped and children wondered, &quotIs it […]

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A couple of good renaissance costume photos I discovered: Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2011 – The Joust Picture by Firebird Pictures Opening day of the 2011 Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, TX – April 9, 2011 Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2011 – The Joust Picture by Firebird Pictures Opening day of the 2011 Scarborough Renaissance Festival in […]

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by dockdrumming Question by Anni: What are some primitive/medieval weapons that do not demand a good deal of power to wield? For illustration, if a female in historic periods had not been creating up power, what would she be able to wield? Axes and swords ended up very major, and bows truly took an extraordinary […]

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