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10:56, 30 August 2018 Quill6.gif (file) 8 KB Cutting a quill: Shape the nib on the opposite side, making sure the two halves match. 1
10:55, 30 August 2018 Quill5.gif (file) 7 KB Cutting a quill: Shape the nib on one side of the slit. 1
10:55, 30 August 2018 Quill4.gif (file) 7 KB Cutting a quill: Slice a scoop from the underside of the pen, to about half its diameter, and centred on the slit. 1
10:55, 30 August 2018 Quill3.gif (file) 7 KB Cutting a quill: Make a slit in the top centre of the barrel. The best way to do this is to place the point of the knife inside the barrel, and lever the knife blade gently upwards, releasing pressure as soon as a crack occurs. 1
10:54, 30 August 2018 Quill2.gif (file) 8 KB Cutting a quill: Cut away the tip of the barrel at a steep angle. Remove the membrane from inside the feather. 1
10:54, 30 August 2018 Quill1.gif (file) 6 KB Cutting a quill: First shorten the plume (amount of shortening is optional). Then strip away the barb (which would otherwise rest uncomfortably against the knuckle of the index finger). 1
10:43, 30 August 2018 AbbotinDoorway0997.jpg (file) 13 KB Abbot in Doorway. In memory of Steve Hurley who died in in the summer of 1998. He will be sadly missed by all those re-enactors who knew him. 1
08:59, 30 August 2018 Lathe.gif (file) 6 KB A schematic of a pole lathe. By Colin Levick or Roland Williamson. 1
08:58, 30 August 2018 Auger.gif (file) 4 KB A spoon auger used to bore holes into wood. By Colin Levick or Roland Williamson. 1
08:49, 30 August 2018 Weave03.gif (file) 2 KB Broken diamond twill weave (By Roland Williamson or Colin Levick) 1
08:48, 30 August 2018 Weave02.gif (file) 2 KB Twill weave (By Roland Williamson or Colin Levick) 1
08:48, 30 August 2018 Weave01.gif (file) 2 KB Twill weave (By Roland Williamson or Colin Levick) 1
08:48, 30 August 2018 Loom2.gif (file) 10 KB Loom (By Illustrations by Roland Williamson or Colin Levick) 1
08:48, 30 August 2018 Loom.gif (file) 9 KB Loom (By Illustrations by Roland Williamson or Colin Levick) 1
08:42, 30 August 2018 HogsbackTomb.gif (file) 9 KB A Viking hog back tombstone lid. By Colin Levick 1
08:41, 30 August 2018 Stonecross.gif (file) 8 KB Stone cross by Colin Levick 1
08:41, 30 August 2018 SaxonCarving3.gif (file) 8 KB Saxon carving by Colin Levick 1
08:41, 30 August 2018 SaxonCarving.gif (file) 5 KB Saxon carving by Colin Levick 1
08:37, 30 August 2018 Sprang4.gif (file) 17 KB Sprang 4 1
08:37, 30 August 2018 Sprang3.gif (file) 13 KB Sprang 3 1
08:37, 30 August 2018 Sprang2.gif (file) 11 KB Sprang 2 1
08:37, 30 August 2018 Sprang1.gif (file) 17 KB Sprang 1 1
12:58, 28 August 2018 Oven02.jpg (file) 13 KB A clay covered wicker frame oven after firing. This was built in Denmark at the Lejre Folk Historic park near Roskilde in 1994. 1
12:44, 28 August 2018 Oven3.gif (file) 7 KB Removing the perfectly baked food or burnt offerings from the oven. By Colin Levick. 1
12:44, 28 August 2018 Oven2.gif (file) 3 KB Raking out the hot ashes and fire from the oven. By Colin Levick. 1
12:44, 28 August 2018 Oven1.gif (file) 3 KB Lighting the oven. By Colin Levick. 1
12:34, 28 August 2018 Naalb02.gif (file) 5 KB Diagrammatic construction of the Coppergate sock 1
12:32, 28 August 2018 Naalb01.gif (file) 8 KB A basic method of naalbinding 1
12:27, 28 August 2018 Lucet3.gif (file) 1 KB Lucet 3 1
12:27, 28 August 2018 Lucet2.gif (file) 2 KB Lucet 2 1
12:26, 28 August 2018 Lucet1.gif (file) 2 KB Thread lucet thus (tie a knot) 1
21:22, 27 August 2018 Furnace3.gif (file) 6 KB Furnace 3 by Colin Levick. 1
21:22, 27 August 2018 Furnace2.gif (file) 6 KB Furnace 2 by Colin Levick. 1
21:21, 27 August 2018 Furnace1.gif (file) 9 KB Furnace 1 by Colin Levick. 1
20:39, 27 August 2018 EdKilnCup.jpg (file) 6 KB One of the pots that were fired at Edinburgh. The mottled effect on this cup comes from the binding of oxygen to the minerals in the clay making the pot pale in colour,and darker where oxygen was excluded 1
20:32, 27 August 2018 Embroid3.gif (file) 5 KB Embroidery Figure 3: Second couching stitch 1
20:32, 27 August 2018 Embroid2.gif (file) 5 KB Embroidery Figure 2: First couching stitch 1
20:31, 27 August 2018 Embroid1.gif (file) 4 KB Embroidery Figure 1: Background Stitch. 1
20:09, 27 August 2018 C-coal03.gif (file) 7 KB The clamp is finally lit and we can rest for a bit 1
20:09, 27 August 2018 C-coal02.gif (file) 4 KB Lighting the clamp: a) Motty peg removed; b) Charcoal and twigs used to start fire; c) More charcoal added and clamp capped off 1
20:08, 27 August 2018 C-coal01.gif (file) 9 KB Cutaway drawing of a charcoal burning clamp 1
19:57, 27 August 2018 SaxonBeltBuckle.jpg (file) 21 KB Made of cattle bone, this replica of a belt buckle from Leicester is quite stout enough for everyday wear. The iron pin is a regular feature of bone buckles. By Roland Williamson, 2002. 1
19:56, 27 August 2018 CarvedBoneCase6.jpg (file) 12 KB A carved bone dice case based on a Viking carved piece in the Mammen style. By Roland Williamson, 2002. 1
19:56, 27 August 2018 BoneSpoonandAppleCorer2.jpg (file) 18 KB A copy of a bone spoon found in Winchester and an apple corer. The latter could also be a cheese tester or sampler. By Roland Williamson, 2002. 1
17:43, 27 August 2018 TiberiusCalenderSeptember.jpg (file) 30 KB The month of September from the Tiberius Anglo-Saxon calendar 1
16:21, 27 August 2018 Lamell02.gif (file) 13 KB Lamellar armour showing overlap at sides and with the addition of chest and shoulder straps, by Roland Williamson 2
16:15, 27 August 2018 Lamell03.gif (file) 2 KB The direction of overlap for the plates of lamellar armour, by Roland Williamson 1
16:13, 27 August 2018 Lamellar.jpg (file) 13 KB Lamellar armour 1
19:06, 26 September 2017 Regiapædia.png (file) 53 KB   1
11:35, 22 June 2017 Icon Regia.png (file) 688 KB Newer crown design, made square to avoid squishing. 2
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