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Pennsic 43

The Northern Army

 



Poster image create by Monique Bouchard
Original photograph of Master Feral by Meredith Bailin Hull


What's New?

  • Birka 2014 Heavy and Fencing results are posted.
  • Get your Northern Army T-Shirts here!  Check out the new store!
    • Proceeds will go to Feral! Order yours today!


  • Would you like an email account @northernarmy.org?  Full email accounts and forwarding aliases available!
    • It's free! (so far!)
    • Show your support and affiliation with the Northern Army!
    • Verification of affiliation will be required prior to account creation.
    • Full email accounts or aliases that forward to your existing email account are available.
    • Send an email request to webmaster@northernarmy.org with the subject "Email account request"

Welcome to the home of the Northern Army of the East Kingdom of the SCA!



Q- "What is the Northern Army?"
 
A - "The Northern Army is a confederation of individuals and households that hold an affinity for each other and a desire to rally under the household banner of the Northern Army. By belonging to the Northern Army, it is understood that you hold as sacred the dedication to training the troops, regardless of affiliation within the kingdom of the East, but especially within the Northern and Central Regions."


Q - "What is the SCA?"

A - The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe. Our "Known World" consists of 19 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members residing in countries around the world. Members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, attend events which feature tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, various classes & workshops, and more.”


Greatfully stolen from a famous T-shirt:

"Moreover, in the whole force there could be found. No serf, no freedman, none of ignoble, none weak with old age. All were nobles, all vigorous with the strength of complete manhood, fit for all manner of battle, and so swift on foot that they despised the fleetness of calvary."
- encomium emmae, ii., C.4.




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