Living History/European/Renaissance is the reenactment of the Renaissance Period (14th to 17th centuries) on or near the continent of Europe, via the reenactment of daily living and its activities; games, faires, artisans, duels and combat, first-person interpretations, and so on - through historic research, period garb, and use of the Period's common tools and objects. Living History is used to educate others and to remember the good and bad times of our ancestors. Suggestions for sites to be listed are encouraged via the "add URL" label at page top - criticism and comments are very welcome at the "editor" active text at page bottom or at any higher level page.
Das TeufelsAlpdrücken Fähnleîn is a non-profit living history organization, specializing in first person interpretation of early 16th century Europe. Available for historical reenactments and showcases, school programs, civic events, and Renaissance festivals.
A British living history group portraying domestic life and skills of the late medieval and Tudor periods.
Reenactment society recreates life in the Renaissance period with feasts, fencing, guilds and Court. Newsletter, contact information, events schedule.
Fifty member Guild portrays the Renaissance Period Wittelsbach Family, who ruled Bavaria. Based in Portland, Oregon, photo gallery of events, contact and membership information.
Elizabethan reenactment group interprets the later Tudor period of 1560-1603 to illustrate the ordinary facets of life during this fascinating period.
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