Other than the pilgrimage and clean-up this was a very quiet week. This coming week, Anja is teaching her Basic Blackwork class online for Adiantum’s A&S night. It will be recorded. Herbs in the Garden, Sewing and Project Day will be as usual. Masks required. We’re keeping right on with the virtual meetings side-by-side with the actual.
- Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Thursdays, 7am-9pm, on hold
- Herb Workshop, In the Garden – Almost weekly over the summer. Please ask to join the facebook chat! Usually at 3pm on Wednesdays.
- Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
- Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, 1 to 4pm
- Cheese and Wine happens irregularly, usually announced with little notice on our Facebook group.
Next Potluck – Next Potluck – 10/16, 11/20, 12/18, 1/15
Winter Feast LVI, Norse Theme. Page here – https://housecapuchin.com/winter-feast/winter-feast-norse-feast-as-lvi-february-2022/ More pages coming!
Here is the direct Portfolio link which has all the past Project Day reports and various projects, original here: https://housecapuchin.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and new one here: https://housecapuchin2.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and number three is here: https://housecapuchin3.wordpress.com/portfolio/
Video of Coronet, last weekend – https://www.facebook.com/PrincipalityoftheSummits/videos/1206343130222476/
or the youtube….
9/24/22 – 11 AM – 4 PM – Adiantum Arts & Sciences Pilgrimage Event by Barony of Adiantum and Bonnie Williams – This will be a HYBRID EVENT. We will be sharing via Facebook Live as we make our progression on our mini pilgrimage.
IN PERSON we will be meeting at Island Park, Springfield, Oregon. We will be gathering under the obvious blue pop up near the parking lot under the bridge.
THIS WEEKS SUBJECT; OUR MINI PILGRIMAGE
WHAT TO BRING; this is what we have worked toward for the past couple of months!. Bring your staff, pouch, shoes, and wear weather appropriate travelers garb! Bring some money of you intend to access the wares at the Public House (our first stop on our travels). They offer food and beverages at fees comparable to other food outlets. You may also opt to bring a bag lunch, but remember that you must carry what you bring.
More details will be available closer to this event and will be posted here, including a map of our route.
November 5 , 2022, 9am – MARTINMAS / GUNPOWDER PLOT DAY FEAST – The Barony of Terra Pomaria (Marion, Polk & Lincoln Counties, OR ), Turner Christian Convention Center, 5605 Jubilee Dr SE Turner, OR 97392 This is a Level 1: Other (Branch primary events of regional or Kingdom interest) event.
Hello noble traveler, are you in need of a rest after a summer of activities?
Do you hunger for some soup, snacks, and camaraderie?
What about a rousing battle of wits, or to peruse the science and artistic arts your fellow Barony(and beyond) mates have been working on?
Do you bake bread? Come with a homemade loaf to accompany the evening’s fare and be judged the most a-peel-ing to win a prize.
Their Excellencies Terra Pomaria, Thegn Clovis de Walton and Baronesa Ximena, have seen fit to offer reprieve to our long running Arts and Sciences champion HL Nemo Magnus, those who would succeed him to the title may register within.
A Rapier prize tournament will be held to test the populace and prepare them for the coming Future Championship(TBD).
Their Alpine Highnesses, Datu Bato and Dayang Emma von Bern will hold court.
Fees: Adults (Ages 18 and up) $20 for the day, $5 discount with proof of current membership to the Society for Creative Anachronism. Youth (Ages 17 and under) are free of charge with accompanying adult. Site fee includes potluck luncheon dayboard (with a roast beast provided by the Barony) and an evening feast of soups to warm the body, heart, and soul accompanied by a bread baking competition in search of the Barony’s most a-peel-ing baker.
Event Steward: Stefan De Kilpatrik (Stefan the fat) moc.liamg@lekcirT.nehpetS
Branch Seneschal: HL Gwyneth Blackthorne gro.ritna@lahcseneSairamoParreT
“Remember, remember the fifth of November, the gunpowder treason and plot
I know of no reason why gunpowder season should e’er be forgot.”
Prereg is open: https://forms.gle/QWtjHuWXXiFXJHip7
December 9 , 2022 until December, 11 2022 – SUMMITS INVESTITURE – The Principality of the Summits
The Shire of Coeur du Val (Corvallis, Benton County, OR ) Event site: Philomath Scout Lodge, 660 Clemens Mill Rd Philomath, OR 97370
Good people of An Tir, join our Alpine Highnesses Datu Bato and Dayang Emma von Bern as they bestow the Summit Coronets unto their heirs. More information to come soon!
December 17 , 2022, 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM – ADIANTUM YULE – The Barony of Adiantum (Eugene, Lane County, OR ) This is a Level 2: Branch Event where no Kingdom or Principality business is expected to be conducted event.
Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Murchadh Monaidh Chraoibhe
The Barony of Adiantum celebrates the coming of winter with Baronial Court, a potluck dinner, and a day of friendship.
JAN 13, 2023 AT 12 PM – JAN 15, 2023 AT 5 PM – An Tir 12th Night 2023 – Valley River Inn
Event by Barony of Adiantum, Pam Perryman and Esther Reese
Hello From An Tir 12th Night 2023!
12th Night 2023 will be held in the Barony of Adiantum (Eugene, Oregon). Our event site is the lovely Valley River Inn, which is happy to host the SCA again.
For those new to the site, the “SCA block” is the entire hotel! The staff is friendly, with many having been our hosts at past events in their hotel. They know us, and they love our events. At 12th Night 2020, fifty-three+ hotel staff worked with Gold Key to wear garb during the work shift. It’s a welcoming space that’s all ours for the weekend!
Your event Stewards are Dame Yseult of Broceliande Ol, OP (Pam Perryman) and Honorable Emma Haldane (Esther Reese).The best way to reach them is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event email will be checked at least once a day, and usually several times a day.
Site Fee is $30.00, with a $5.00 discount for SCA members. There is no pre-registration or payment; pay and sign in at the gate.
The event page is hosted on the An Tir server, on the calendar page.
That will always be the most up-to-date place for information: https://antir.org/events/twelfth-night-2023
February 11 , 2023 – SUMMITS A&S & BARDIC CHAMPIONSHIP
House Capuchin Winter Feast – 2/19/23 – Come join us for a Norse Feast (Viking era)! We’ve been researching for two years, now, because of the virus, so you can expect some good food and fun! The site is open from noon to 8pm, although we’ll be there from 8am to midnight or so. If you’re there outside of the event times, you’ll likely be put to work. 🙂 We’re planning a couple of classes, music, stories and possibly some dance as well as food all day and the feast proper starts at 5pm. Bring your feast gear and some containers to take leftovers home with you, along with the “travel food” that we usually plan as the last course of the feast. This is a free event, although there’s a donation can by the front door to help defray the costs.
Dance Vids – Basse Danse – Les Baladins de Céret
Danza del oso 2017 – Mariostell 99
Classes – Adiantum’s A&S night was the 2nd session of shoes for the pilgrimage.
Crusading in the Baltic with the Teutonic Knights – Medievalists – What did Baltic crusaders feel when fighting on the battlefield? Or, more precisely, what were they supposed to feel, according to chroniclers? In this episode of the Medieval Grad Podcast, Lucie talks with Patrick Eickman, who studies the Baltic crusades through the fascinating lens of the history of emotions.
Early Week – As usual, a lot was clean-up, but Anja also did some writing and worked on getting the planning for the feast hall taken care of.
Tuesday evening was Adiantum’s A&S on making bag shoes. Pilgrimage stuff came up evey day for the rest of the week.
Cookery – We got a lot of the greens into the main freezer, offloading the one at home, which was thoroughly overstuffed. We also have 3 more boxes of the venison stew in there and some broths.
- This miracle plant was eaten into extinction 2,000 years ago—or was it? – https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/miracle-plant-eaten-extinction-2000-years-ago-silphion
- (about marzipan) Arabs, Almonds, Sugar and Toledo – https://archive.aramcoworld.com/issue/200407/arabs.almonds.sugar.and.toledo-.compilation.htm
- The Medieval Saint Diet – Tasting History with Max Miller – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBRVvMm3xv0 (a good salmon and green sauce dish)
Sewing – Anja finally managed to sort her project boxes out of the display stuffs and get them home and put away. One more round of unpacking….
The workshop was taken up with a ‘dane who wanted to learn the basic embroidery stitches.
A set of houpellandes from a facebook discussion with an inspiration picture.
What the heck is a “Cyclas?” My One-Day (Medieval) Make – Opus Elenae – IN WHICH our intrepid recreatrix takes up the challenge to make a garment in Just One Day! In this case, it’s a Cyclas, an early 14th century sideless surcoat (you may remember me talking about them in last week’s CoCoVid capsule wardrobe video). Join me as I drink too much tea, struggle with my camera focus, pet my cat, and sew like there’s no tomorrow!
Sundials, etc. –
Blacksmithing The MOST Underrated Tool In My Toolbox – 18th Century Forge – Townsends – Making dividers – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTdffziW0vs
Herb Bunch –
Farmer’s Market – The farm that’s been there all summer, well, that was their last time this year. I got grapes, a tomato, a couple of onions and blueberries. I also picked up onions from the other farm. I was hoping for Jerusalem artichokes. Maybe next week.
Herbs in the Garden – Mostly I sorted stuff around and weeded the mint, but I had a kiddo stop by with her mom and she wanted to know the names of everything. I tossed the old dahlia tubers under the porch, so I could use the pot they were in, but pulled out two that had shoots and planted those.
Later in the week, I was in the garden one morning, planting scallion, parsnip and leek ends and I showed her how to do it, when she stopped by and talked about why. The next morning the mom showed up and asked, apparently the kid garbled the idea. 🙂
Project Day – Anja worked on the report for the week, finding links, and also fought with an embroidery pattern for awhile. No one else spoke up during the day. She and Loren got the frozen greens into the big freezer and he got a lot of ice out of it.
Peggy – No pictures from me this week either. Patched two pairs of my son’s work pants so they will last a bit longer. And back to work on scrolls, I have one for my Barony and two for Kingdom in the works at the moment. Will be concentrating more on scrolls for my kingdom since we have Coronation coming up soon.
Isabeau – I’ve been working on a shirt that will make its way to PA… I have 2 more hand sewn grommet holes to put in….
Feast Planning – Worked on the hall this week. A few things have changed. We have to pay up front for the hall to reserve the day. The papers are ready, just waiting on money.
The wind blows out of the west – Passamezzo – An anonymous round about sailors, popular in the 16th and 17th Centuries.
Sung by Eleanor Cramer, Richard de Winter, Robin Jeffrey, Alison Kinder, Tamsin Lewis and Peter Willcock
The song is found in a number of contemporary sources: The Lant Roll (GB Ckc1), 1580; Thomas Ravenscroft’s Pammelia, 1609; David Melville’s ‘Ane buick off roundells’, 1612
The Wind blows out of the west thou gentle Mariner a,
look to the luff well, beware the lee still,
for deadly rocks doe now appear a,
look to thy tack, let bowline go slack,
so shall we scape them and go clear.
Tarra tan tarra stir well thy course, sirrah,
the wind waxeth large, the sheets doe thou veer,
go wash the can quickly boy, give us some beer
I’ll drink thee I’ll brinks thee my mates, what cheer?
𝔓𝔬𝔦𝔰𝔰𝔞𝔫𝔠𝔢 𝔡’𝔄𝔪𝔬𝔲𝔯𝔰 – mystics, monks and minstrels in 13th-century Brabant – graindelavoix – 𝔐𝔲𝔰𝔦𝔠𝔞 𝔐𝔢𝔡𝔦𝔢𝔳𝔞𝔩𝔢
Ensemble: graindelavoix, Björn Schmelzer dir.
Album: Poissance d’Amours mystics, monks and minstrels in 13th-century Brabant
Video: De Natura Rerum, 1280 circa – Thomas de Cantimpré, Albert le Grand – http://www.facebook.com/musicamedievale
01 O Ecclesia – Hildegard von Bingen
02 Fuit in Bruxella quidam adolescens – Goswin de Bossut
plainchant from Villers Abbey
03 Gaude Mater ecclesia – Goswin de Bossut
plainchant from Villers Abbey
04 Ay, in welken soe verbaert die tijt – Hadewijch van Brabant
05 Men mach den nuwen tijt – Hadewijch van Brabant
06 Amors m’est u cuer entree – Henri III de Brabant
07 Se kascuns del monde savoit – Henri III de Brabant
08 Chose Tassin I – Tassin
09 N’est pas saiges ki mi torne a folie – Carasaus
10 Amours dont je sui espris/L’autrier au douz mois d’avril/Chose Tassin I – Anonymous
11 Biau Gillebert, dites, s’il vos agree – Henri III de Brabant
Gillebert de Berneville
12 Instrumental piece – Anonymous
13 De chanter me vient talens/Bien doi boine Amor/Chose Tassin II – Anonymous
14 L’autrier estoie montez – Henri III de Brabant
15 Entre Jehan et Philippet/Nus hom ne puet desiervir/Chose Tassin III – Anonymous
16 Chose Tassin III – Tassin
17 Quant voi le felon tens finé – Perrin d’Angicourt
18 Je ne cuidai mes chanter – Jehan Erart
19 Propter nimiam caritatem suam – Plainchant from Nazareth Abbey
20 Exaltent nomen Domini – Goswin de Bossut
plainchant from Villers Abbey
21 Gaude Maria filia Syon – Goswin de Bossut
plainchant from Villers Abbey
22 Het sal die tijd ons naken sciere – Hadewijch van Brabant
Voices: Patrizia Hardt, Silvie Moors, Yves Van Handenhove, Lieven Gouwy, Paul De Troyer, Thomas Vanelde, Bart Meynckens, Björn Schmelzer
Guiterne, Lute: Jan Van Outryve
Fiddles: Thomas Baeté
Lute, Guiterne: Floris De Rycker
Björn Schmelzer dir.
How William the Conqueror Won the Battle of Hastings – https://www.historyhit.com/how-william-the-conqueror-won-the-battle-of-hastings-2/
Video & Podcast Links
Royal Funerals – Medieval and Modern – Medievalists – This week on The Medieval Podcast, Danièle reflects on the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, how it relates back to medieval royal funerals, and what traditional elements may be left behind in the future.
Christina A Medieval Life – J Bassett – Following the life of an ordinary woman and focusing on the life of medieval people.
Sinbad: The Real Arabian Legends Of The Seven Seas | Sons of Sinbad – Chronicle – Medieval History Documentaries – This is the story of the Arabian ships and seafarers is often overlooked. But to remind us, there are the dhows of the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean, carrying cargo over waters that witnessed the birth of sea trade. Dhows helped spread Islam throughout the world, turning the Arabs into a major political force. The principal link in the lucrative trade between East and West also made Arab merchants a fortune.