Our “Parent” Groups
Barony of Carolingia – we are one of two Cantons within the Barony, which covers the whole Greater Boston area.
East Kingdom – Carolingia is one of many groups within the Kingdom.
SCA, Inc. – The Society for Creative Anachronism is our overall international organization.
Nearby SCA groups
Canton of the Towers – our “sister” group, northeast of Boston.
Shire of Quintavia – to our west (Worcester County, MA)
Barony of Bergental – further west (centered in Springfield, MA)
Barony of Stonemarche – to our north (NH)
Barony of Smoking Rocks – to our south (southeastern MA including Cape Cod and islands)
Barony of the Bridge – further south (RI)
Barony Beyond the Mountain – southwest of us (northern CT)
Historic Enterprises – clothing, armor and accessories for re-enactors
The Tudor Tailor – books, patterns and supplies for recreating Tudor era clothing
Ninya Mikhaila – a historical costumer
The Tudor Shoppe – purveyors of fine wares for 16th century enthusiasts
Reconstructing History – clothing, patterns, fabric, lace, threads, and more
Revival Clothing – complete wardrobes and accessories for many time periods
Saint Bavon’s Company of Falconry – researches and recreates the noble arts of falconry and hawking as they were practiced within the medieval and renaissance period
The Keepers of Athena’s Thimble – the embroiderers’ guild of the East Kingdom
The Company of Saint Anne – an interkingdom company devoted to the equestrian arts
The Realm of Venus – fashion and style in renaissance Italy
The SCA Newcomers’ Portal site has very good general information on our organization, and lots of fun photos.
For some fun mundane Aschehyrst merchandise, click here!
SCA – Live the Dream – a nice visual overview of some SCA activities
Society for Creative Anachronism – the SCA as a reflection of Medieval history
Medieval Warriors in a Campground in Pennsylvania – reliving the Pennsic 38 experience
Pennsic Compendium – various scenes of Pennsic 27