Bayou Fecht (Hosted by Nachreisen Historical Fencing) is being held May 28 - 29, 2022 in Gonzales, Louisiana. Register today for a relaxing weekend of community, swords, and fun - Cajun Style! Registration includes workshops, entry to both longsword and dagger tournaments and a full coffee bar with (blasphemous) king cake, as well as Saturday night's After Fecht party!
Historical Medieval Battle competition in Greater Manchester across multiple disciplines - focusing on duels & buhurt! An official Buhurt Challenger event.
In this workshop, attendees will be introduced to the art and interior content of early medieval manuscripts. Due to their highly decorative quality, we will be using Irish texts (such as the Book of Kells) as examples to demonstrate the creative and technical processes of constructing ancient manuscripts.
By the Sword 2022 - a HEMA event for women and marginalized genders - a chance to train in a supportive, friendly environment, meet friends and make new ones!
A Historical European Martial Arts Workshop event that looks to bring great instructors together to teach and share their fencing experiences from a variety of historical fencing systems.
The Colloquium offers an opportunity for graduate students in multiple disciplines to present their research in the various fields of medieval studies, share and receive feedback, and participate in discussion on topics of interest with peers from a wider, interdisciplinary community of Medieval Studies scholars, without the restrictions of membership or registration fees.
Recent research shows that imagining Jerusalem played a crucial part in many late medieval devotional practices – virtual pilgrimages to Jerusalem, reconstructions of its topography and sacred places in European cities, visualizations of one’s own city as Jerusalem.
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This lecture explains the rationale behind the new survey of history in the period, which relies on a wide range of primary and unfamiliar texts drawn from across Europe from Moldavia to Portugal. It considers the consequences for medicine of the opening up of Europe to the wider world, as well as the results of the ever-hardening religious divide, including the fate of Arabic medicine in Iberia.
Join us at the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Durham University, 7 Owengate, Durham, DH1 3HB, on March 15 at 5:00 p.m. to hear Yusuf Tayara of the Oxford University History Department present his research on ‘Astronomy in the Great Mosque of Damascus: Towards a Social History of Mamluk Astronomy’.
Tanya interprets contemporary subjects into expressions of historical embroidery with a delightful sense of fun, adding such details as a goat with a bow tie and a Cadbury cream egg.