Disabilities in Period and the SCA
This is a collection of files that I have assembled from various sources
since I first joined the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism) in 1989.
The information in these files comes from the Rialto newsgroup (rec.org.sca),
the old fidonet medieval echo conferance area, various mail lists and articles
submitted to me by their authors.
Several types of files are available:
-msg (or no suffix) These files are composed of a variety of short messages from a variety of authors having a common subject .
-art A stand-alone article written by a single author.
Some are off of the networks while some were submitted to me by the author.
-bib A bibliography of book and article titles
on a single subject.
-FAQ An article file that follows a Frequently
Asked Questions format.
All text files are available in three formats, HTML, text and RTF. If the text and RTF formats are not mentioned explicitly in this index, they are available from within the HTML file.
THLord Stefan li Rous (Mark S. Harris, stefan at florilegium.org).
- filelist-list The complete list of these Florilegium files. (also text, rtf.)
15C-Eyeglsses-art "Eyeglasses and Concave Lenses in 15th C. Florence and Milan" by Lord Anton de Stoc.
Deaf-History-bib "A Preliminary Bibliography of Deaf History before 1600 CE." by Lady Ásfríðr Ulfvíðardóttir.
Diabetes-SCA-art "Surviving Diabetes in the SCA" by Forester Padraig MacRaighne and THL Geniveve Rose D'Glendalough (called GenRose).
disabilities-msg Disabilities in the SCA and period, hiding wheelchairs, SCA sign language.
eyeglasses-msg Period eyewear.
P-Prosthetics-art "Period Prosthetics" by Lord Majnun Ibn Nizami Tabel Ragis.
SCA-SL-art SCA specific sign language.
sign-lang-msg Use of sign language in the SCA and in period.
Sign-Lang-Wed-art "Wedding Vows Performed in 'Sign Language', and Signs in Other Ceremonies" by Lady Ásfríðr Ulfvíðardóttir.
Sign-Language-bib "An Annotated Bibliography on Monastic Sign Lexicons (MSL), Finger Alphabets and Mnemonics" by Lady Ásfríðr Ulfvíðardóttir.
- This symbol indicates these files are new or have been updated since 10/20/18.