Kingdom A&S 2020, Virtual
General Information[edit | edit source]
- Date: 18 July 2020
- Location: Zoom
- Event Steward:
- Theme: Make do and make it work...
- Webpage: https://www.axedroot.calontir.org/virtual-kas-2020/
Competition/s[edit | edit source]
- Tri-Levels only, no Championship this year.
- "Display Only" option is available for the first time this year if people want to share projects without participating in formal judging.
Entrants:[edit | edit source]
Abbatissa Neyne Ihone McCaugh aka Abbatissa inghean Iohne mhic Cuaig: Medieval Bread Oven (Miscellaneous)
- "I built a life size medieval woodfired oven in my back yard."
Agnes von Heidelberg: An SCA Dye Color Palette (Dyeing)
- A collection of dye samples to show the different colors available with natural dyes on silk and wool with SCA period dyes.
Eadaoin inghean Chionoidha: German Gown (Clothing/Costuming)
- A German gown with skirt and bodice cut in one.
Elaisse de Garrigues: The Shadow of the Scythe (Musical Performance, Meistergesang)
- An audio recording of an original song.
Elaisse de Garrigues: Arrows (Archery Equipment)
- Two sets of arrows for SCA shooting.
Finán mac Crimthainn: Glassmaking: Chalcedony Glass (Material Preparation)
- Chalcedony glass is a material that shifts through a rainbow of colors when tempered with heat. It is known to modern glassworkers as striking glass. I compare a striking glass I formulated to historical examples.
Jon Chesey: The SCAdian Astronomical Epoch – Solar Position (Research Papers)
- An astronomical epoch is a date on which the position of celestial objects is calculated. Using those positions and the motions of the objects, the future position of them can be predicted. In this paper, I explore how Ptolemy determined the position of the sun for the epoch he used in the Almagest, and follow his methodology to create a new epoch suitable for modern times and use within the SCA.
Lucinda Whyteland: Renaissance White Vine Illuminated Letter (Illumination)
- Illuminated “W” initial done in renaissance white vine style
Sóma Tyrvadóttri: Norse Embroidery (Embroidery)
- These embroideries are worked in variants of chain stitch and backstitch.
Sóma Tyrvadóttri: Tunic (Clothing/Costuming)
- Tunic pattern conjectured from fragments found in Herjolfsnes, listed as D5674. Hand finished in blanket stitch.
Sóma Tyrvadóttri: Weaving (Weaving, Band/Inkle/Tablet)
- Two bands of tablet weaving. 1 band is a variant of the Hallstatt 3 band found in Hallstatt Austria. The second band is the 8th pattern from Applesies and Foxnoses.
Tatiana Belaia: Rus Kokoshnik (Clothing Accessories)
- A Rus Kokoshnik based on late medieval kokoshniks.
Ysabel de la Oya: 15th Century Open Hood (Clothing Accessories)
- A silk 15th century open hood.
Zaneta Baseggio: A Hat for a Venetian Herald (Clothing Accessories)
- An attempt at a handsewn 16th century hat that could have been worn by a Venetian herald.
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