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Sitr / sitarah (curtain) for the mahmal, bearing the tughra of Sultan Abdülaziz, presented by Isma‘il Pasha, the khedive of Egypt, Ottoman Egypt, Cairo, 1867-76; embroidered in silver and silver-gilt wire over cotton and silk thread padding. The Mah'mal, or litter, is a wooden erection in pyramidal form and is hung by beautiful embroidered fabrics. These hangings, or coverings, accompany the litter and are intended for the most sacred sanctuary of the interior of the Mosque of Huseyn at…

A small-sized Ottoman tent. One of the tents that housed the sultan and the higher echelons when in the field. They were made of silk and satin material, and embellished inside and out with leather, brocades and embroidered materials.

HOW TO STAY WARM AT A COLD CAMPING EVENT   Camping in An Tir can sometimes be a cold and wet event.  These tips will hopefully make your camping more comfortable, no matter what kingdom you are in.   I will leave it up to the reader to decide which techniques work best for their style of camping.                                                                               --Dame Mira Silverlock

Plans for a firepit that is colapsible from MEDIEVAL PAVILION RESOURCES--Furniture/Camping Accessories.

Tooled Leather Back Quiver with 3-Point Chest Pad and Adjustable Straps "Green Forest"

Tooled Leather Back Quiver with Chest Pad and Adjustable Straps "Green Forest"

14th Century Wool Hat, Northern Sweden bog find 10349067_10152693913857765_4199634204526980675_n.jpg (619×587)

Did Gandalf lose his hat? This century woollen hat is from Lappvattnet in Sweden (it was preserved in a bog) (Photo Västerbottens Museum)

Bivalve mussel mold from the 13th c. Unearthed during the excavations carried out on rue Saint-Genest in Nevers (Nièvre) in 2003-2004. The misrepresentation is a sort of small molded coin used as a counting coin. It is used primarily by ecclesiastical communities enjoying seigneurial power and collecting royalties.

Bivalve mussel mold from the 13th c. Unearthed during the excavations carried out on rue Saint-Genest in Nevers (Nièvre) in 2003-2004. The misrepresentation is a sort of small molded coin used as a counting coin. It is used primarily by ecclesiastical communities enjoying seigneurial power and collecting royalties.

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