Being a survey on Personas
rshipp at molly.hsc.unt.edu
Thu Jun 27 11:33:37 PDT 1996
On Thu, 27 Jun 1996 LIB_IMC at centum.utulsa.edu wrote:
> <Antoine D'Aubernoun<"\"Randy Shipp\"" <rshipp at molly.hsc.unt.edu>>
> >Though it's not clear why they should choose to do that...but then, I'm an
> >expatriated Atlantian, and the custom here (which is to say, the ending
> >date of the SCA's period) may be different. What is commonly used as the
> >end of Ansteorra's historical focus?
> As I'm sure you know, there are various schools of thought. Some people
> go for the "Pre 17th century", meaning 1600 or earlier; while others
> prefer 1620, 1650, and to just by some of the outfits worn at some events
> I've attended, there's a subtle nod to 1700...
I know. What do you think about that? ;)
> OTOH, I know some people would be just as happy to cut it off at 1500.
> My personal preference is the execution of Charles, as the solid cut off date
> for the end of the "Middle Ages"...
What year was that?
mka Randy Shipp (who is only on p.77 of Cantor's "Civilization of
rshipp at flash.net the Middle Ages")
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