Thursday, August 4, 2016

Play Time: Society for Creative Anachronism

Recreation of medieval combat at a SCA event.

Do you like playing pretend? Playing dress-up? Cosplaying? If so, then you may wish to check out the "Society for Creative Anachronism," a contemporary medievalist society focused on re-creating the ethos and products of yesteryear. I have not been able to delve deeply into their website but from what I have researched so far they appear to be a upright community and a group which I may get involved with in the future.


Boethius's The Consolation of Philosophy (Notes:54)

Born into a wealthy Roman family in 480, though Boethius had lost his father at an early age, he was adopted by an even more prominent fami...