ANST-Announce - Stefan's file for March
Stefan li Rous
stefan at texas.net
Tue Feb 29 22:53:52 PST 2000
Greetings to the Known World,
Here is a copy of my monthly article detailing what is new in my
I am currently behind in uploading the new and updated files to the
website by about 60 files. I hope to have this completed in the next
or so. So if a file mentioned below is not there, please check back in a
few more days.
The latest HTML formatted files have a new format. Please let me
know if you like it or not or if you have suggestions.
If you are going to Gulf Wars, please feel free to look me up if
you have comments about the Florilegium. My device is on the
Florilegium page and I should be camping with my barony.
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 website now has a new address. It is: http://www.florilegium.org
The old texas.net address will work for at least another few months.
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 6.0 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 texas.net
Ansteorra RSVE60 at email.sps.mot.com
The new files for this month are:
infusions-msg Period infusions. Herbal "teas". Barley tea.
Horn-Spoons-art "Making Horn Spoons" by Mistress Gunnora
metal-etching-msg Period and modern metal etching.
p-cooks-msg Comments on specific period cooks.
pot-luck-fsts-msg Handling 'pot luck' feasts in the SCA.
horn-utn-care-msg Care of utensils made of horn.
snails-msg Eating of snails in period. Recipes.
spoons-msg Period spoons. Referances. Construction.
brd-mk-flat-msg Period flat or unleavened bread recipes.
porridges-msg Period porridges and gruels.
fd-Lw-Cntries-msg Period food of the Low Countries.
olives-msg Period olives. Processing fresh olives.
mottoes2-msg More Latin mottoes and phrases.
under PEOPLE AND PLACES:
Margery-Kemp-msg An unusual, eccentric woman for the MA.
under PERSONAL CARE:
p-manners-msg Period manners. Period manners books.
under SCRIBAL ARTS:
seals-msg Period and modern seals and signet rings.
under STRUCTURES: (replaces DWELLINGS)
mills-msg Period water, wind and animal powered mills.
Here are a few of the files which have had significant additions:
belts-msg Medieval and SCA belts.
breadmaking-msg Period bread recipes and re-creations.
cookies-msg Period cookies. Recipes.
corsets-msg Tudor and Elizabethian corsets. making them.
desserts-msg Medieval and SCA dessert recipes. Sweets.
fruit-apples-msg Period apples and apple recipes.
lea-tanning-msg How to tan leather. Types of tanning.
metals-msg Medieval and modern metals and alloys.
p-kitchens-msg Period kitchens and kitchen staff.
p-sex-msg Period thoughts on sex and sexual practices.
p-shoes-msg Medieval footwear.
peacocks-msg Serving peacock sotelties safely.
pork-msg Use of pork in period. Pork recipes.
puddings-msg Medieval puddings. Recipes. Custards.
redacting-msg Changing period recipes into modern format.
SCA-land-msg SCA owned land ideas. West and Trimaris Land Funds.
SCAweapons-msg SCA weapons ideas. Construction tips.
story-sources-msg Sources for period stories.
tents-alt-msg Alternatives to tents for SCA events.
trim-msg Medieval and SCA trim for clothing.
Copyright 2000, Mark S. Harris.
Permission to reprint in SCA-related publications is hereby granted if
contents are left unchanged and the author is notified of the publication.
Notification may be by email and reformating is allowed.
Lord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas stefan at texas.net
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