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Useful Resources relating to Woad History and Re-enactment
The New Varangian Guard is a group dedicated to re-enacting the fascinating middle period of the Byzantine Empire and surrounding cultures through combat, arts and sciences.
The Australasian Register of Living History Organisations
Brigantia is an historical re-enactment society dedicated to the pagan tribes of Britain of the third to first centuries BC, also known as The Celts.
Historica is Australia's first dedicated and integrated Heritage Services and History Events Management Company.
There is a very healthy historical global re-enactment movement comprising of many Societies and Organisations dedicated to research and performance of varied periods in English History.
LivingHistory the home for re-enactors of all ages. Within this site you will find fellow enthusiasts, historians, extroverts, fools and drinkers! Packed with advice, help, information, resources, photo's, maps and just plain gossip.
Queensland Living History Federation Inc.
The Queensland Living History Federation is an organisation formed to represent the interests of Living Historian and Reenactor groups in Queensland.
Saga Vikings Group
Saga Vikings Group is a Historic re-enactment group based in Petrie, Brisbane.
Stonehenge, stone circles, dolmens, ancient standing stones, cairns, barrows, hillforts and archaeology of megalithic Europe.
The Armour Archive
The Armour Archive is a complete reference source for information on recreating medieval armour. Essays, Chat, Message Boards, Auctions, and more, for Armourers and Fighters of any organization.
The Company of The Phoenix
The Company of the Phoenix is a Brisbane, Australia based living history group, portraying many aspects of the 14th and 15th century in Medieval Europe.
The Early Medieval Alliance
The E.M.A., the Early Medieval Alliance, is a reenactment umbrella organisation for small, independant societies.
A collection of things related to the medieval period from recipes, methods and links to suppliers.
The UK's premier Dark Age Re-enactment society - customers include English Heritage, film and television companies, and independent event organisers.
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