Editions

Cockatrice May A.S.51 (2016)

  • The Relief and Intaglio Printing Methods, by Eloise Darnell
  • A Chant for a New Peer, by Lowrens Wilyamson
  • Deos wyrt, heo haeld wundorliche (This plant cures wonderfully): Part One, by Yrsa Njalsdottir
  • The A-Team: Part Two, by Anton de Stic
  • Announcements: Medieval Science In Ye Tavern

Cockatrice February A.S.50 (2016)

  • As I me walked, by Crispin Sexi
  • Medieval Song: An Introduction, by Ludwig von Regensburg
  • Cockatrice Cooks: Plumesye, by The Editor
  • The A-Team: Part Two, by Anton de Stoc
  • Announcements: Medieval Science In Ye Tavern

Cockatrice November A.S.50 (2015)

  • Capitano V’s Capitano: A Play, by Lord Malcome Patersone
  • Three Possible Widows from Kullamaa, and the designator nayne, by Muste Pehe Peep
  • Medieval Chocolate, by Miriam bat Shimeon
  • Book extract: Liber Raziel,  by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall
  • The A-Team: Part Two, by Anton de Stoc
  • Announcements: Medieval Science In Ye Tavern

Cockatrice August A.S.50 (2015)

  • Cloud Collars, by Miriam bat Shimeon
  • Book extract: The School of Virtue, by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall
  • An Alkanet dye recipe from the Leyden Papyrus X, c. 300 AD, by Aleinya Thrakeses
  • The A-Team: Part One, by Anton de Stoc
  • Announcements: Medieval Science In Ye Tavern
  • Columns: From the Editor

Cockatrice May A.S. 50 (2015)

  • Fishy Business: A brief look at some masculine, aquatic-themed names from 14th to 17th century Estonia by Muste Pehe Peep
  • A Selection of 14th and 15th Century Sausages by Heera Þorvaldr inn Suðreyski
  • Surrender – A Poem by Duchess Liadan ingen Fheradaig
  • Basic teaching for the SCA instructor by Lord Semyon Aleksandrovitch Drakon
  • Both Heat and Light – when elements get tricky by Lord Anton de Stoc

Cockatrice February A.S.49 (2015)

  • Sitting a book on your head does not transfer knowledge, by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall
  • 12-14th century Mongolian noblewoman’s headdress, by Gilligan O Tomelty
  • Making a Goffered Veil, by Elizabeth Braythwayte
  • Erbowle (Fresh Plum Pudding),  by Helouys le Poer
  • Sambocade, by Ellen of Wyteley

Cockatrice November A.S.49 (2014)

  • Seemly and Fashionable head-dress for the Lady of the Middle-age by Helouys le Poer.
  • A Brief Introduction to Irish Myth – Part 3: When Two Tribes Go To War by Brían dorcha ua Conaill.
  • Fourteenth Century Drawstring Pouch by Crispin Sexi.
  • Totally Eth’d U: Part I: Anglo-Saxon by Nimüe

Cockatrice August A.S.49 (2014)

  • The Ripley Scroll Revealed by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall.
  • 10 Things that you forget to tell the New Medieval Cook by Gabriella Borromei.
  • Apple and Orange Tart by Kara of Kirriemuir.
  • Recipes and Cooking in the Middle Ages – Tips and Tricks for All by Kara of Kirriemuir.

Cockatrice May A.S.49 (2014)

  • Don’t Try This at Home: Curious Adventures in Mediaeval Science and Technology by Ӕlfred se leof
  • A love poem in the style of trobar leu by a Trobairitz in 12th century Occitan by Liadan ingen Fheradaig
  • The Egg Test for Period Brewers and Mead Makers by Roheisa le Sarjent
  • Pilgrim’s Badge, Award or Token by Ronan mac Briain
  • Cockatrice Cooks by Mýrún Jóhansdóttir

Cockatrice January A.S.48 (2014)

  • Medieval Law: The Animal Trials by Liadan ingen Fheradaig
  • Ergot: The fungi that ate medieval Europe by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall
  • A Brief Introduction to Irish Myth – Part 2 by Brían dorcha ua Conaill

Cockatrice May A.S.48 (2013)

  • A Brief Introduction to Irish Myths – Part 1: In the Beginning by Brían dorcha ua Conaill
  • The History of Coffee by Miriam bat Shimeon
  • Period Poetic Forms – Part One by Hrolf Herjolfssen
  • A Study of French Names from 1384 to 1600 by Domhnall na Moicheirghe

Cockatrice January A.S.47 (2013)

  • Introduction to Pictish clothing as depicted on Pictish Symbol Stones by Drusticc inigena Eddarrnonn
  • Allegrezza d’Amore: A cascarda from Caroso’s Il Ballarino by Joanna of the Beechwoods
  • The World: Just how big is it? by Ӕlfred se leof
  • Then a rumbling came from the bung! by Rurik Farserkr
  • Chemise bindings and Hulleninband (Book protection) by Isabell Winter
  • A Simple Metronome by Lowrens Wilyamson

 

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