Welcome to Sternfeld's Baronial links page. These links have all been recommended as a favorite or useful sites by one or more members of the Barony of Sternfeld. If you have a link that you would like to share, please submit it to the webminister (email at the bottom of the page).
Disclaimer: This page contains links that connect to sites over which neither the SCA or the Barony of Sternfeld has any control. The Barony of Sternfeld does not accept paid advertising. The appearance of links to merchants in this page does not represent an approval or endorsement of the merchandise or services by any officer or body of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., or by the Barony of Sternfeld.
The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. -- The official page of the SCA, Inc. Organization
Links to SCA Kingdom Orders of Precedence -- Page with links to all Kingdoms' Orders of Precedence
The Middle Kingdom -- The Official Website for the Middle Kingdom
Midrealm's Events Calendar -- The Midrealm Kingdom calendar, lists all events in the Kingdom
Arts & Sciences Links -- Comprehensive A&S links maintained by the Kingdom of Atlantia
Laurel Sovereign of Arms -- The Laurel Sovereign of Arms is the chief heraldic officer of the Society for Creative Anachronism
The Academy of St. Gabriel -- "For well-researched period naming practices, there is no better source than the Academy of St. Gabriel (whose research is generally stricter than the SCA requires, and is accepted as documentation by the SCA's College of Arms)." -- Baron Caradoc Llew Du ap Morgan
Labyrinth -- an extensive website on Medieval Studies at Georgetown
The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies' Medieval Sourcebook -- "An amazing site with links to medieval legal texts, saints' lives, maps, texts in many languages, including the Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse" --Baron Caradoc Llew Du ap Morgan
NetSERF: The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources -- sponsored by the Department of History at the Catholic University of America, covering Archeology, Architecture, Art, Culture, Drama, History, Law, Literature, Music, People, Philosophy, Religion, Science and Technology. It also has the NetSERF Research Center (which is geared to the history professional). Check out the Cool Medieval Site of the Month.
Sabhal Mór Ostaig -- Scotland's Gaelic-medium college on the island of Skye
Gudrun the Red's Website - tons of Norse / Viking stuff
The Florilegium is a large SCA and medieval site with over 2500 files on a wide variety of SCA and medieval topics.
Cariadoc of the Bow's Home Page -- "This legendary triple peer maintains a nifty webpage that includes his matchless Miscellany. This great work contains much that is of interest including his excellent redactions of many period recipes, particularly Arabic ones." --Mistress Rosanore of Redthorn