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Handmade lamb vellum, both tannin-soaked and not, dyed with handmade inks (iron gall and brazilwood). Name:Nichola Beese

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Daimon Hitatare: A formal outfit from the Azuchi-Momoyama period of Japan that is decorated with the mon (crest) of the owner Name:Ishiyama Gen’tarou Yori’ie

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Research Paper The Ethnohistory and Tracing of a Landrace Honey Cordial (Krupnik) This research paper aims to trace the origins of krupnik as a beverage to its medieval roots, beyond its purported creation by Benedictine Monks. The paper argues that … Continued

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Lithuanian Honey Krupnik- a two version comparison of local and lithuanian honey, using rye spirit as the base to attempt a more historical version of the drink using the most common grain available in period, in the area. Name:Lord Cassiano … Continued

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A pair of wooden pattens with leather straps at a beginner level. Name:Isolda de Leycestre

Cherry melomel (Fruited mead)

A period melomel made with cherries. Even though this mead is found throughout most of Northen Europe, it is commonly named “Vikings Blood” in the current era due to its color as well as having been shown to be imbibed or brewed in the Scandanavian regions. Due to covid and other airborne concerns, not made in period way!