ANST-Announce - Stefan's files for September

Mark.S Harris mark.s.harris at
Fri Sep 1 18:11:26 PDT 2000

Greetings to the Known World,

Here is a copy of my Florilegium article for September.

I am always interested in getting more articles for the Florilegium.
As well as articles, I am also interested in bibliographies 
especially annotated ones. Even class notes that you have put
together for a class might be good if they are written such that
they provide useful information by themselves and don't require
attendance at a class. For instance, I expect to be adding some
class notes from this past Pennsic to the Florilegium in the near

The author retains the copyright and I will update or remove
such articles upon request by the author. If you would like more
details or wonder if your work would be of interest, please email
me for more details.

If you have any comments or suggestions about the Florilegium, 
please let me know. I try hard to make this an easily used and
comprehensive resource for those in the SCA community. If you
find a bad link at the website, PLEASE let me know. What I don't
know about I can't fix. What I do find out about usually gets
fixed the day I find there is a problem.

A Blending of the Past and Present       

Over the past ten 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 series of files I call Stefan's Florilegium.

The Florilegium is on the web at:

Files that are new or have been updated are indicated by a special 
marker in the filelists at the website. In addition, the file 
-updated-files is a listing of these files in chronological order.

A copy of my complete filelist is available in most sections of the 
website. This filelist or any of my files is also available from me 
by email in either Word or text formats.

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. Contact me for more details.

    Ld. Stefan li Rous   (512)892-0036    stefan at
    Ansteorra                             mark.s.harris at

The new files for this month are:
   p-animals-bib      Biblio. on period animals by Thomas Gloning.
   Nw-World-sit-msg   New World sites of interest to SCA folks.
   12th-N-Oertha-art  Oertha 12th Night Feast, Jan 2000.
   bananas-msg        Period bananas. When and where known.
   celery-msg         Period celery. Recipes. Referances.
   caskets-boxes-msg  Medieval caskets and boxes. Decoration and 
   p-cleaning-msg     Period household cleaning.
   Frm-Balthazar-art  A series of daily articles on period history
                     by Sir Balthazar of Endor. (humor)
   G-of-Paradse-msg    History and use of the spice Grains of Paradise.
   ginger-msg       Period use of the spice ginger.
Under SCA-INC:
   SCA-royalty-msg  SCA Royalty and what they should be.
   shade-pavilns-msg   Shade pavilions for tourney field and camp.
   Fnd-Tme-2-Sew-art   "Finding Time to Sew" by Lord Profirevich.
Under TIME:
   Sandglass-art       "History of the Sandglass" by RedDog.

Here are a few of the files which have had significant additions:
   breadmaking-msg     Period bread recipes and re-creations.
   cheese-msg          Medieval cheese. Recipes.
   fruits-msg          Medieval fruits and fruit dishes. Recipes.
   fst-disasters-msg   Tales of SCA feasts that were disasters.
   hair-msg            Period and SCA hairstyling and care.
   mustard-msg         Mustard seed in period. sauces. recipes.
   other-groups-msg Other groups similar to the SCA.
   pancakes-msg        Period pancakes and pancake-like foods.
   pavilions-msg       The making of medieval pavilions.
   pies-msg            Period pie crusts, meat and fruit pies.
   singing-msg         Judging whether a song is period in style.
   turkeys-msg         Use of turkeys in Rennaissance Europe.
   wine-msg            Medieval wines.
   yeasts-msg          Medieval use of yeast. Using it in the CMA.
   vegetables-msg      Period vegetables. Recipes.
   vinegar-msg         Vinegar in period. Making vinegar.
Copyright 2000, Mark S. Harris.
Permission to reprint in SCA-related publications is hereby granted if
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