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70e Régiment de ligne
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Zhenya Feb 28, 2013.

Re-enactment Federation
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Started this discussion. Last reply by John Laking May 19, 2012.

How many of you know that the chatroom exists?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sara Seydak Mar 5, 2010.

 

«Re-enactors are somewhere, in the wide spectrum, between stamp collectors and Startreck fanatics», Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations

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About Me:
From all the things I've done untill now, it was the Middle Ages that brought me to to re-enacting and made me like to study everything about medieval history specially about food in that period. I have been the camp cook in former group for 2 years where I've developed my own recipes. You can visit my research about this interest of mine on http://www.ataleiga.blogspot.com/ and read an article I've wrote for the e-zine "The Re-enactor", issue nr. 35.
I also have been invited to give workshops on this subject already, as on medieval clothing. My research on this you can fnd under:
http://acovilheira.blogspot.com/

Being the founder of our medieval group (http://www.guildas-aureas.pt/) and having been the vice-president for 2 years, I am now a weaving enthusiast, having built my own warp-weighted weaving loom.
I also dedicate myself with making my own re-enacment clothing, writing poems in galician-portuguese, sometimes training Fiori's dagger fighting techniques and I have an interest in the ancient Germanic people. Perhaps, one day, I'll organize a new re-enactment/ living-history group.

Untill now I've been in 3 different medieval re-enactment groups, since October 5th 2006, and in all of this short period, from developing a garden to cooking and weaving, what I have been enjoying the most is the living history side of re-enactment and getting to understand the way of life back then. To understand how societies worked is what I like the most about History.

Right now I've added another time period, after having been given the chance to shoot a real bullet from a flintlock pistol in 2009. It's the Napoleonic time period, more particularly the Peninsula Wars and that I'm re-enacting with the fine people of the 43rd Monmouthshire Light Infantry.
http://43rdmli.webs.com

Yet again I find myself researching beyond clothing and answering all my questions on how did people lived back then. More on that you can read at:
http://myneighborwellington.blogspot.com/

Right now I consider myself as a result of my love for daggers, weaving, gardening, sewing and cooking and one day shooting. ;)

But I have only one thing to say:
I WANT A CASTLE!
Group:
- Guildas Áureas
- 43rd MLI
Re-enactment/Living History Periods:
- 12th - 15th century
- Peninsula Wars
Contact Details:
* You can find me on Facebook with the same name
How did you hear about this site?
From a member of LHW
Born on February the 17th 2009!

http://www.youtube.com/user/GuildasAureas

It seems I've been doing it far longer then I've realised! Since 1990, your's truly.

This is how CSI would look like in the Middle Ages.

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Ode to Arthur Wellesley

Posted on May 13, 2012 at 16:58

PERIOD CARTOONS, EXPRESSIONS AND SONGS

Posted on February 18, 2012 at 20:19

A "NAPOLEONIC" BIRTHDAY

Posted on February 16, 2012 at 11:42 — 2 Comments

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At 22:40 on February 28, 2013, Kai said…

thanks very much for the info...I didn't know that yet. I'll have a look at your links.

At 15:26 on February 28, 2013, Kai said…

you can also check our website for some info: www.70eme.com

At 15:25 on February 28, 2013, Kai said…

Hi Sara,

no problem.

we are actually putting together a group portraying the 70e Ligne here in Ireland, as they are the only French troops that actually were here. If you let me know what you are looking for I will try to help you.

cheers

Kai

 
 
 

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