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<div style="float:right; margin: 0 0 1em 1em;">[[Image:Crossroads_guild_hall.jpg]]<br>The guild hall at the crossroads site.</div>
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[[image:Crossroads_guild_hall.jpg|right|200px|thumb|The [[guild]] hall at the Crossroads site.]]
  
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'''Crossroads''' was an [[Australia]]n Cooperative that was formed with the goal of creating a self-sustaining [[medieval]] [[village]]. It began in [[1991]] at the Crossroads site in Yass, near [[Canberra]]. A [[guild hall]] was its first building, built using medieval [[construction]] methods.
  
'''Crossroads''' is a Cooperative that was formed with the goal of creating a self sustaining [[medieval]] [[village]]. It began in 1991 and the Crossroads site in Yass, near [[Canberra]], now has its first building (built using medieval construction methods).
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The land for Crossroads was sold in the 2010s. The hall was moved and became the home of [[King]] Theuderic II and [[Queen]] Engelin II, the 36th [[Crown]] of [[Lochac]].
  
It is well known for its dust levels.
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It was well known for its dust levels.
  
=== External Links ===
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== Crossroads and the SCA ==
The official Crossroads website can be found at - http://www.crossroads.org.au
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The [[SCA]] used the site for the [[Rowany Festival]] for a couple of years in the early 2000s. While many SCA [[member]]s were also members of the co-op and [[SCAdian]]s offered their skills and time to improve the site, the two groups were independent.
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The [[Shire of Torlyon]] was the closest SCA [[group]] to the site.
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== External Links ==
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20140516191026/http://crossroads.org.au/ The official Crossroads website] - Internet Archive copy (May 16 2014)
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[[category: places]]
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[[category: re-enactment groups]]

Latest revision as of 23:35, 20 June 2020

The guild hall at the Crossroads site.

Crossroads was an Australian Cooperative that was formed with the goal of creating a self-sustaining medieval village. It began in 1991 at the Crossroads site in Yass, near Canberra. A guild hall was its first building, built using medieval construction methods.

The land for Crossroads was sold in the 2010s. The hall was moved and became the home of King Theuderic II and Queen Engelin II, the 36th Crown of Lochac.

It was well known for its dust levels.

Crossroads and the SCA

The SCA used the site for the Rowany Festival for a couple of years in the early 2000s. While many SCA members were also members of the co-op and SCAdians offered their skills and time to improve the site, the two groups were independent.

The Shire of Torlyon was the closest SCA group to the site.

External Links