Video Album

One or more downloadable video(s) for online viewing

Video of Drachenwald's Spring 2010 Crown Tourney

Vitus reports that he has posted video from the Kingdom of Drachenwald's Spring 2010 Crown Tournament.

Pictures of Northshield Coronation posted

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva of the Kingdom of Northshield shares photos, video and memories from the recent Spring 2010 Coronation.

KIIITV News meets the SCA in Corpus Christi

A reporter from KIIITV News in Corpus Christi, Texas met members of the Shire of Seawinds (Kingdom of Ansteorra) for a lesson in armored combat, SCA-style. (video)

"Demise of Meridies Royals" video on YouTube

Izza bint Amat al-Rahman, Reeve for the Shire of Arenal, has posted a video from the recent Coronation in the Kingdom of Meridies, including "the death of the royal entourage." The video is available on YouTube.

Precious Cambridge manuscript collection now online

The entire Parker library, a collection of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts at Corpus Christi College of Cambridge University, has been made accessible online. Librarian Suzanne Paul narrates a video tour of the collection's highlights.

The Battle of 6th Street

Cars drove a little more slowly on 6th Street in Great Falls, Montana, as they goggled at members of the Shire of Stan Wyrm, Kingdom of Artemisia, practicing their armored combat moves. David Sherman of KRTV News has the story. (photos & video)

Videos from Gulf Wars XIX

Giacomo Falcone of the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann reports that he has posted seven videos from the recent Gulf Wars XIX on YouTube.

National Geographic Channel to air program on Staffordshire Hoard

On Sunday April 25, 2010, the National Geographic Channel will repeat Lost Gold of the Dark Ages, a program on the discovery of the Staffordshire Hoard, the amazing golden treasure found recently in the English Midlands.

Creating medieval magic in Maine

For the children of Bangor, Maine, the Middle Ages came to life recently as members of the Shire of Endewearde (East Kingdom) created a magical, medieval world at the Maine Discovery Museum. Reporter Meg Haskell, of the Bangor Daily News, spoke with both re-enactors and their mesmerized guests. (photo & video)

Vivant to Ulfr and Caoimhe, Prince and Princess of Drachenwald!

HE Sir Ulf Bloodfoot Fallgrson, fighting for the honour of his lady Viscountess Caoimhe ingen Domnaille, has beaten Sir Vitus Polonius, who fought for the honour of Meisterin Eleanora von Ratzeburg for the Crown of Drachenwald.

Italian village hosts annual 13th century reenactment

A small town in central Italy stages an annual festival, lasting ten days, in which residents divide into four neighborhoods and compete to see who can best reenact life in that town in the 13th century. (video)

Armor misconceptions at the Met

In a lecture published on YouTube, Dirk H. Breiding, Assistant Curator for the Department of Arms and Armor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, discusses misconceptions about armor. (video)

Pictures from That Moot Thingy X posted

Northshield Kingdom Chronicler, Viscountess Elashava bas Riva, shares her photos from the Kingdom's recent "That Moot Thingy" event.

James "Hawk" Galloway elevated to Pelican in East Kingdom

Their Majesties Konrad von Ulm and Brenwen the Faire have elevated James "Hawk" Galloway to the Order of the Pelican for his long service to the Chirurgeonate in the East Kingdom, Pennsic, and Known World.

Ballad to Thomas "Donsbane"

What happens when a new SCA fencer encounters a number of Dons at Canterbury Faire and his exploits come to the notice of bard Lord Luan an Fael? Watch the YouTube video to find out.

"It Won't Go to Zero"

Financial planner Ken Robinson wanted a way to reach more people with his message of hope: As bad as the economy may be, it will eventually recover. So he wrote "It Won't Go to Zero" as a rap song and video. The rap song might blend well with his other works, including the Cleftlands Battle Song.

Drachenwald's first Crown Tourney video available on YouTube

Sir Corby has posted video of the first Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of Drachenwald. The tourney took place in 1993.

Shava's Gulf Wars bardic project

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva of the Kingdom of Northshield reports that she will be creating video of bardic performances at the upcoming Gulf Wars.

Build your own trebuchet

On the Instructables website, visitors can learn how to build a trebuchet capable of throwing a softball 50-60 feet from cardboard. (video)

12th century leper hospital explored in England

A team of young archeologists is excavating the site of the St Mary Magdalen leper hospital in Winchester. A BBC video chronicles the recent finds at the site. (video)

Shava presents photos and videos from Bardic Madness

Elashava bas Riva has posted an extensive photo collection and video album from the recent Bardic Madness event held in the Barony of Windhaven in Northshield.

Video showcases 16th century German cards

A video on YouTube exhibits and describes a deck of German playing cards from the 16th century CE.

"Secret of Kells nominated for Academy Award

The Secret of Kells, an animated film directed by Tomm Moore, has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

Oertha Winter 2010 Coronet video online

Merewyn has posted several videos from Winter 2010 Coronet in the Principality of Oertha, Kingdom of the West. The videos are available on YouTube.

Brave SCAdians attempt to save life of fire victim

THL Sofia Tyzes (Zsof), reports on the attempt by two members of the Barony of the Cleftlands (Cleveland, Ohio) to save a neighbor from a house fire. Fox 8 New's Autumn Ziemba has the story. (video)

SCA armor subject of Judge Judy show

A dispute over loaned  SCA armor was the subject of a recent Judge Judy television show.

Robin Hood movie scheduled to premiere in May 2010

The latest film version of the Robin Hood saga is scheduled to debut in theaters May 14, 2010. The film is directed by Ridley Scott and stars Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett.

Computer technology to be used to read inscription on Roman altar

Two experts from the University of Mainz in Germany are using the latest computer technology to try to decypher the "invisible" inscription on a 3th century Roman altar. The stone was discovered in the River Tyne in 1672, but has never been legible. (video)

Boar's Head 2009 photos online

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva, Northshield Kingdom Chronicler, and Elspeth O'Leary share photos and video from the recent Boar's Head 2009 event.

Dancing and revelry in Rhydderich Hael

Lord Gyles de Blair has created a wonderful video highlighting the dancing and activities at the Masked Ball event in the Barony of Rhydderich Hael, Kingdom of AEthelmearc. The event took place December 5, 2009.