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Some of the initial information in Cunnan was taken from the [[Wikipedia]] (http://www.wikipedia.org) but has been, or will be rewritten to make it relevant to people interested in [[medieval]] [[re-enactment]]. If you add information taken from the Wikipedia then you should make note of that towards the end of the article and provide a link to the original Wikipedia article.
 
Some of the initial information in Cunnan was taken from the [[Wikipedia]] (http://www.wikipedia.org) but has been, or will be rewritten to make it relevant to people interested in [[medieval]] [[re-enactment]]. If you add information taken from the Wikipedia then you should make note of that towards the end of the article and provide a link to the original Wikipedia article.

Latest revision as of 21:35, 13 June 2014

Cunnan is an Old English word meaning "to know" or "to know how". It is related to the High-German word "kennen" which means "to know".

Cunnan is also the name of this WikiWiki. Anyone can edit pages after becoming a member, using only basic formatting commands. New users should consider reading the following pages

Some of the initial information in Cunnan was taken from the Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.org) but has been, or will be rewritten to make it relevant to people interested in medieval re-enactment. If you add information taken from the Wikipedia then you should make note of that towards the end of the article and provide a link to the original Wikipedia article.

Cunnan is running the Mediawiki software. You can download this software and browse documentation at http://wikipedia.sourceforge.net

Cunnan is not an official document of the SCA or any other group and its content has not been endorsed by any group.