November A.S. 54 Edition

  • Kingdom Arts and Sciences Competition Results: Spring Crown
  • The Sleeves of a Samurai – Shinjo Takame
  • Persian Illumination – Lady Symonne de la Croix
  • On Thumb Rings for Asiatic Recurve Bows – THL Luan an Fael
  • Sestina, after Arnaut Daniel – Master Dafydd of the Glens
  • Photos of Italian Ceramics Painting  – Baroness Madelaine de Bourgogne, OL, OP
  • Redaction of ‘In Ovis Apalis’: Eggs from Apicius – Mistress Sláine inghean Uí Ruádhain
  • Fishing in Viking Age Hedeby – Lord Bjorn Saemundarson

Photos on the theme of ‘Work in Progress’ by:

  • Lady Eleanor Hall
  • Mistress Fionnabhair inghean ui Mheadhra
  • Master Grim of Thornby
  • Mistress Sláine inghean Uí Ruádhain
  • Mistress Anne de Tournai
  • THL Phillip vom Kalenberg

August A.S. 54 Edition

  • Kingdom A&S Competition News
  • Editing Cockatrice: An FAQ – Lady Gwen verch David, Cockatrice Editor
  • ‘Tribal Nomads’: A Competition Entry – Gocken de Leeu
  • What do you mean 404 not found?!: Recovering dead URLs when that blog you found isn’t there anymore – Lady Zanobia Adimari
  • Painted Wall Hangings – Mistress Cairistiona inghean Raghnaill
  • Knekkebrød: Norwegian Crisp Bread – Lady Dagny Sveinsdottir
  • Gather and Pay Heed: The many and variable parts of the invocation of a royal or baronial court – Lady Amanda Martel, Herald
  • For the Head: A Competition Entry – Baroness Adelindis filia Gotefridi
  • Viking Bellows – Lord Bjorn Saemunderson

Rowany Festival Special Edition (A.S. 53)

  • Guild News
  • Photos from the Guild Exhibition – the Scriptorium
  • Report on the Rowany Festival Costume Competition
  • Photo gallery of Laurel Prize entries
  • List of class descriptions
  • A reflection on the Dark Ages campsite, by Lord Bjorn Saemunderson

PLUS the following class handouts:

  • Skin to Surface: Analysing a Clothing Style – Lady Ana von der Ron
  • Fastening Your Clothes – Lady Lianor dos Cavelos
  • How to Make Aglets (a.k.a. Lace Chapes) – Master Hugh de Calais
  • Introduction to Alchemy – Mistress Katherne Rischer
  • A Primer on Alchemy and Astronomy – Mistress Katherne Rischer
  • Insights into Scribal Alchemy – Mistress Katherne Rischer
  • List Keeping for Beginners – Lady Ana von der Ron
  • Volunteering in the SCA – Lady Mairi of Kilravock

May A.S. 54 Edition

  • A&S Competition Entry On The Theme of Pies – Gocken de Leeu
  • Reverse Image Searching – Lady Zanobia Adimari
  • An Introduction to Viking Age Frame Purses – Lord Bjorn Saemunderson
  • Tablet-Weaving: Why Won’t My Pattern Work? – Lady Elena Vesare
  • Silk Headwear for a 10th Century Hiberno-Norse Woman – Baroness Helouys le Poer
  • Medieval Feast Meets Modern Food Intolerances: An Alternative Method of Feast Planning – THL Lowry ferch Gwenwynwyn ap Llewelyn

February A.S. 53 Edition

  • Kingdom A&S Competition Results
  • Ham Made From a Recipe of Cato the Elder (234-149 BC), by Lord þorvaldr inn Suðreyski
  • SCA-Related Copyright FAQ, by Lady Annabel de Swinburne
  • The Preparation, Cutting and Use of a Feather Quill, by Mistress Katherne Rischer, OP
  • The Pitfalls of Pot Luck (and hopefully, how to avoid them), by Mistress Victoria Thrakesina
  • More Than One Way To Blazon A Cat: The diverse ways to describe heraldic tinctures in John Ferne’s Blazon of Gentrie, by Lady Amanda Martel, Herald
  • Photos on the theme ‘What I’m Proud of from 2018’

Cockatrice November A.S. 53

  • Reflections on the River Haven Spring Pilgrimage, Lord Theophrastus von Oberstockstall
  • Dr Speed Build: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Make All the Things, Lord Jon Huslangr
  • Making a Dark Ages Skillet, Lord Thomas Boardmakere
  • Dance Report for Bal d’Argent 2018, Lady Annabel de Swinburne
  • ‘Rome: City and Empire’: An Exhibition Review, by Lady Gwen verch David
  • The Style of Period Printing: A Very Brief Taste of Printing History, byMistress katherine kerr of the Hermitage
  • Photos by Lady Victoria Bellini, and Lady Anne Sabina Schmidt

Cockatrice August A.S. 53

  • A Decorated Bow Stand, by Lord Wintherus Alban
  • Three Ingredient Subtlety Staples, by Mistress Victoria Thrakesina
  • On Writing Skaldic Verse for Lochacers, by Lord Anton de Stoc
  • Meet the Artisan: an Interview with Lady Fiora Vespucci, Book Herald, by Lady Gwen verch David
  • The Many Kinds of Money in Medieval Europe, by Lord AElfred se leof
  • The Market Wallet, by Lady Jeneur le Geline
  • On Demaundes Joyous, the First English Jokebook, by Baroness Annys Blodwell
  • Cockatrice Survey Results Report, by Lady Gwen verch David
  • Photos by Baroness Josseline de la cour, Baroness Adelindis filia Gotefridi, Mistress Anna de Wilde, Lord Bjorn Bassason, and Tony London

Cockatrice May A.S. 53

  • Early Period Russian Garb on a Budget: A Project Diary, by Baroness Adelindis filia Gotefridi
  • Untitled Sonnet 1, by Lady Ragnhildr Freysteinndottir
  • Cord-Making Techniques: A Practical Comparison, by Lady Gwen verch David
  • Untitled Sonnet 2, by Lady Ragnhildr Freysteinndottir
  • Spindle Whorls V1.0, 2.0, 3.0: Being a Series of Attempts to Bring a Project to Fruition, by Mistress katherine kerr of the Hermitage

Cockatrice February A.S. 52

  • Eggplant Manta, by Master Drake Morgan
  • Speaking and Weaving: An Ancient Greek Project, by Bjorn Bassasson
  • Experimentation in Cured Meats: Curing and Smoking Red Meats Using a Method from Sabina Welserin’s Cookbook (c.1553), by Heera Þorvaldr inn Suðreyski
  • Make From Them Two Fold-Hurdles’: A Preliminary Look at Traditional Woodland Management, by Baroness Adelindis filia Gotefridi

Cockatrice November A.S. 52 (2017)

  • To what distant ages shall this day travel?, by Adelindis filia Gotefridi
  • Name Your Baby The Elizabethan Way!, by ffride wlffsdotter
  • A Report on the Rowany Dance Term, June-July 2017, by Annabel de Swinburne
  • Silver Rondel Notice

Cockatrice August A.S. 52 (2017)

  • From East to West, by Ælfred se leof
  • Hemlock – conium maculatum, by Adelindis filia Gotefri
  • Colloquy of the Peerages, by Brían dorcha ua Conaill
  • An Introduction to the Heavens, by Nathanael d’Avranches

Cockatrice May A.S.52 (2017)

  • A knitted and fulled flat cap – Tudor style, by Honoré Corbaut
  • Parsons Farewell, by Joanna of the Beechwoods
  • Yellow Bird Buns, by Natal’ia Vladimirova ‘doch
  • A translation of some from the Fourth Part of the Gründtliche Beschreibung des Fechtens, of Joachim Meyer, as printed in Straburg in the year 1570, by Claus of St Ursula and Anton de Stoc
  • Payn Ragoun and Springerle, by Thomasina Coke

Cockatrice December – SPECIAL – A.S.51 (2016)

  • A cookbook written in a period style by Master Stefano d’Urbino dedicated to Her Majesty Marie de Medici, by Baron Stefano da Urbino, Master Cook
    • I. Preliminary recipes. II. Meat pottages. III. Lean Pottages. IV. Meat Dishes. V. Lean Dishes. VI. Meat Pies. VII. Lean Pies. VIII. Cream pies

Cockatrice November A.S.51 (2016)

  • A history of pulled sugar sweets, by Bethony Gaitskell
  • Creepy Crawlies and Squirming Serpents: 14-17th century Estonian bynames relating to insects and snakes, by Muste Pehe Peep
  • Kouzinography, by Gillucan ua Tomaltaig
  • Stanyhurst’s Aeneid, by Anton de Stoc

Cockatrice August A.S.51 (2016)

  • In Search of Spices and Christians: Europeans in Southeast Asia 1511-1606, by Ælfred se leof
  • Splicing Your Arrow Feathers, by Wintherus Alban
  • Deos wyrt, heo hæld wundorliche [This plant cures wonderfully]: Part Two, by Yrsa Njalsdottir
  • Jian – The Chinese Gentleman of Weapons, by Weimin Chen
  • Report on the Inaugural Meeting of the Medieval Science in ye Tavern, by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall
  • A Period Paper Party Hat, and a Post-period Paper Fan! by ffride wlffsdotter
  • The trial of the Lord of Misrule, by Theophrastus von Oberstockstall

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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