Hetaireia Palatiou (c.900–1204)

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Hetaireia Palatiou (c.900–1204)

Postby Timothy » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:21 am

Hetaireia Palatiou (Palace Company)

Living History set in the part of the Roman Empire which did not fall in the fifth century. (Latterly referred to erroneously as the "Byzantine Empire")

http://www.enduring-empire.org.uk

Court milieu and supporting areas. Predominant focus on strictly documentable living history – cookery, crafts, games, archery, hunting, posh frocks, etc. The military side aims to represent a metropolitan garrison unit, performing ceremonial guard duties as well as drill and combat based as closely as possible on period sources, equestrian activities and law enforcement.
Imagehttp://www.enduring-empire.org.uk/pictures/meatballs_2.jpg
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http://www.levantia.com.au = Levantia: historical information, research, consultancy and craft work.

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Re: Hetaireia Palatiou (c.900–1204)

Postby Dan of Britannia » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:31 am

Seen you guys before... damn good/exotic kit, nice to see people doing a hitherto unexplored area of Living History too.


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Re: Hetaireia Palatiou (c.900–1204)

Postby Timothy » Tue Jul 20, 2010 2:17 pm

Thanks, Dan. A considerable accolade coming from you.

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Re: Hetaireia Palatiou (c.900–1204)

Postby Dan of Britannia » Tue Jul 20, 2010 5:12 pm

Gosh :eh: ... very kind but I'm no more or less critical (in every sense) than anyone else, I just admire people that go for a new period and re-create it, it's uncharted waters and you're bound to make mistakes along the way, but the refining/learning results in something you can be proud of... you're pioneers lads! :D


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Re: Hetaireia Palatiou (c.900–1204)

Postby Kane101 » Fri Jul 30, 2010 3:34 pm

like the kit, very nice. the general appearance of the group make's you stand out. i'd seen you guys at an event, but was busy with the general public, so i didn't have chance to come over and get a better look at you group and say hello. may be next time.


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