In the beginning, there was cod.  It was plentiful, and a source of wealth that, in many ways, built what is now Norway.

Welcome to a web page aimed at exploring the history of Northern Norway through an inquisitive, hands-on approach.  As this site grows, I will be sharing projects, articles on varous aspects of Norwegian history, and open a window showing the climate and nature of Northern Norway through photographs.  Browse the blog Thrums, threads and thoughts for Thora for my latest projects and updates.  Be sure to explore the other links in the header for further projects and documentation resources.

I am a member of the SCA, an international reenacting organization.  For links to more information, see the about page.



From Flateyjarbok: King Haraldr Hárfagri and Halvdan svarte

From Flateyjarbok: King Haraldr Hárfagri and Halvdan svarte

Articles about Medieval Names from Norway and resources for further research and documentation.

Documentation for projects and other articles on historical topics.

Information about the A&S 50 challenge and blogs for my current two challenges.
The challenge is over, but

A little background information about myself and my interest in Medieval reenactment.


 

Visit my boards for artwork, artefacts, books, and other interesting pins.  I especially recommend the Period is not Perfect board for examples of poor construction, errors, quick-fixes and botched jobs in extant finds prior to the mid-17th c.
Suggenstions for new additions welcome!

 

Copyright notice:

All photos, texts and diagrams are by me, unless otherwise stated.  I am also the artisan for all of the projects presented here.  Documents are primarily copyrighted using the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commerical Share-Alike (International 4.0) licence.  All material on this site is copyrighted unless explicitly stated.  Please see 'About' section for use of class handouts, etc.