Iron-Age Celtic re-enactment society. Based around Portsmouth and give public displays of combat and living history in the South of England and Wales. Activities, bibliography.
This living history group has recreated an Iron Age farmstead in the Riverside Country Park, Gillingham, Kent, complete with crafts and plants. Photographs, information for school groups, Beltaine fire festival.
A Tübingen, Germany-based group re-enacting a Celtic tribe of the Hallstat era (first to third centuries (B.C.E.)). Photos of re-enactments, schedule of events. (English, French, German)
A Hungarian group which re-enacts Roman gladiatorial combats. Includes a history of gladiatorial games, description of the group, reenacting photographs and events. [Hungarian and English]
Research into the Roman Army and the reconstruction of armour and equipment, primarily from the latter half of the first century A.D. Activities, newsletter, and photographs.
Re-enactment of ancient Celtic warriors from the 1st century BC.
A re-enactor recreating the arms and armor of the hoplite (Greek infantryman) of the era of the Persian Wars (fifth century B.C.E.). Descriptions of arms and armor, bibliography, links and photographs.
Roman history celebrated through research, reenactment, and active participation in both SCA and Dagorhir. Resources, reference materials, membership criteria, photographs, and schedule.
Tucson, Arizona-based organization of clubs for reenacting the classical Roman period; members information, historical references, message board, available roles.
A links collection for Roman reenactment enthusiasts.
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