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=== Writing Articles ===
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===Upkeep and Projects===
===Upkeep and Projects===
[[Cunnan:Projects|Projects]] - [[Cunnan:Maintenance|Maintenance]]
[[Cunnan:Projects|Projects]] - [[Cunnan:Maintenance|Maintenance]]

Latest revision as of 21:38, 13 June 2014

Note: This isn't the main page, it is a copy of the main page which can be used to suggest/test changes before the actual Main Page is updated

Welcome to Cunnan, a Wiki collecting information for re-enactors of the Middle Ages and Renaissance with a heavy slant towards members of the SCA.

Cunnan is the largest SCA wiki in the world and anyone can edit our articles. You should be bold in updating pages! Articles can only be improved if people are contributing new information and improving old information. So add research information, how-to pages, event information and anything else you can think of.

Page of the Month


Other Features

12th Century coins: In England all currency was based on a single coin - the silver penny. Most close European countries operated the same way too. The English penny showed a picture of the king (or ruling queen) and their name on one side, and a design of a cross on the other side, ringed by text describing which moneyer was in charge of making the coin, and where they were located (i.e. their mint). (Zarnecki 1984) When smaller change was required, a penny could be cut into a half or quarter penny along the lines of the cross design. However these coins were easier to shave silver off than whole pennies, so people prefered to keep coins whole where possible.


Heraldic jargon: Checky refers to a field checquered with two different tinctures, one a colour the other a metal.

Dance: Washerwomen's Branle

Fibre arts: Fingerloop braids

Recipe: Frytour of Erbes

News & Updates
January 21 Cunnan now has more than 4,186 articles!
November 14 The wiki Software has been upgraded. If anything isn't working the way it should then leave a note on the Village pump




Events: Wars - Feasting - Balls - Collegia

Groups: Colleges - Kingdoms - Guilds - Households

People: Officers (Autocrats, Feastocrats, Heralds, Marshals, etc), Peers (Laurels, Pelicans, Knights), Royal Peers (Kings, Queens, Dukes, etc)

Arts and Sciences: Cooking & Brewing (Recipes,...), Fibrearts (Weaving, dyeing, braiding...), Decorative Sewing (Embroidery, bobbin lace making,...), Index_of_clothing_styles, Entertainment (Singing, Poetry...) Writing (Illumination...) Construction - Chainmaille, Astronomy, Alchemy,Horticulture

Combat and Chivalry: Rules of the list - Archery - Swords - Tournaments - Weapons - Armour

History: Daily life in the 12th century, Centuries, Middle Ages, Renaissance, English Monarchs, Scottish kings

A complete index is also available.

Writing Articles

Policy - Copyrights - How to edit - Public domain - Requested articles and images - Editable Main Page

Upkeep and Projects

Projects - Maintenance

About the Project

Help page - FAQ - Village pump - Software - Friends of Cunnan