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    Smile Reenactments

    Some People on this Site seem to be fascinated with Reenactments. I am fascinated too. There are many Groups which reenact the History of Germanics. Give some good Examples. Are you involved in any Reenactments or do you know some good Groups?

    Combrogi Anglo-Saxon Reenactment Group

    Combrogi recreate the society of Britain during the period between the Roman withdrawal and the Norman Invasion 350 to 1066 AD.












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    The Tudor Group

    The Tudor Group is an historical interpretation society concentrating on the later Tudor period (1560-1603 ).The Elizabethan era is one of change throughout virtually all aspects of life and The Tudor Group, through enthusiastic demonstrations and talks, attempt to illustrate some of the ordinary facets of life during this fascinating period.










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    Those look like some fun time periods to reenact! I like the pics.

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    Ulfhednar professional reenactment group
    The group has members from England to Germany but mostly from Poland and Germany.



















    Ulfhednar Deutschland, Polen und England in Marle (Frankreich) 2007

    Hessen, Thüringer und Polen 2003

    Hessen und Thüringer 2004


    Members from Hessen:

    Arian Ziliox founder of Ulfhednar
    Roles: Wend, Viking, Chatte, Celt.


    Andreas Brückmann
    Roles: Lateperiod Celt, Viking, Chatte.


    Peter Baumann
    Roles: Lateperiod Celt, Markomann, Alemann, Viking, Bajuwar.


    Jochen Klein
    Roles: Alemann, Viking.


    Rainer Seel
    Roles: Viking, Alemann.


    Alexander Krombach
    Roles: Viking, Chatte.



    Thüringian members:

    Heiko Gerull
    Roles: Lateperiod Celt, Thüringian warrior, Viking.


    Fix Ußfeller
    Roles: Lateperiod Celt, Thüringian warrior, Viking.


    Stickel
    Roles: Lateperiod Celt, Thüringian warrior, Viking.


    Friedrich Hofmann
    Roles: Elbgermane, Wend, Avar, Viking.


    Daniel Möller "Askan"
    Roles: Lateperiod Celt, Thüringian warrior, Viking.


    Toni König
    Roles: Thüringian warrior, Viking.


    Sebastian Heinle
    Roles: Thüringian warrior, Viking.


    Steffen Beck
    Roles: Thüringian warrior, Viking.



    Members from Pommern:

    Matthias Fischer
    Roles: Slav, Rus, Viking.


    Christian Winkler
    Roles: Elbgermane, Slav, Rus, Viking.


    Gerd Schumann
    Roles: Merowingian warrior, Slav, Viking, Elbgermane.


    Przemislaw Kasprzak
    Roles: Slav, Viking, Rus.


    Jaroslav Kobylecki
    Roles: Slav, Viking, Rus.


    Tomasz Libera
    Roles: Slav, Viking, Rus, Elbgermane, Merowingian warrior.


    Michael Walczak
    Roles: Slav, Viking, Rus.


    Tymon
    Roles: Slav, Viking, Rus.


    Waldemar Korzeniewski
    Roles: Slav, Viking.


    Members from England:

    Paul Mortimer
    Roles: Anglo-Saxon


    Stephen Pollington
    Roles: Anglo-Saxon


    Mike Mc Guinness
    Roles: Anglo-Saxon



    Women:

    Karin Veit
    Roles: Female Langobard


    Alexandra Sladkowski
    Roles: Female Alemann


    Ines Neuendorf
    Roles: Female Thüringian


    Lina Glaeser
    Roles: Female Alemann


    Babette
    Roles: Female Thüringian


    Inga Dzenus
    Roles: Female Alemann


    Thüringians and Chatten 1,2,3 century AD:


    Merowingian warriors:



    Early Hallstatt Celts:


    Battle training:















    For more: Ulfhednar
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    Great Thread, SB!
    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    Combrogi Anglo-Saxon Reenactment Group

    Combrogi recreate the society of Britain during the period between the Roman withdrawal and the Norman Invasion 350 to 1066 AD.
    I found another link for the Combrogi - the one above didn't seem to work for me:
    http://www.avha56.dsl.pipex.com/intro.htm

    Interesting that they chose such a name. It's a Latinisation of the hypothetical original British word that became modern Welsh 'Cymry', i.e. the 'Welsh'. Bro means 'land' or 'country' and the prefix means something like 'joint' 'common' 'co-', and so the full word is 'Fellow Countrymen'...

    Here's one of the better known and older groups (two and a bit decades now!) in England:

    http://www.regia.org/

    Regia Anglorum was a term used by early English writers to describe the English state. It means 'The Kingdoms of the English'. In a twentieth century context Regia Anglorum is a nationwide society with many independent local groups, from Scotland to the south coast, who all work within a tight set of common sense rules.

    Regia Anglorum attempts to recreate a cross section of English life around the turn of the first millennium. Our actual self imposed brief is AD950 - 1066, although our events may sometimes be set a few decades either side of these dates.

    It was a time of great flux and change and, as all our public shows are 'datelined', we can demonstrate the changing fashions of the times. It was a time when Britain was host to many peoples - Anglo-Saxons, Anglo-Danes, Norse, Cymry, Viking raiders and even a number of Norman mercenaries - which often led to some misunderstandings amongst their leaders who jockeyed for control and power in this country.

    We are not purely a combat society and have come a long way from the old hack and bash image associated with many re-enactment societies. There is always a certain glory to be found in recreating and reliving famous and the not-so-famous battles of times past - but they are not the sum total of history. They are specific points in time which were interspersed by long periods where the people living then, got on with their normal existence which is equally fascinating. In this way, we are not in fact just a 're-enactment' group, but a 'living history society'.

    Our basic tenet is Authenticity. To this end we will not portray any image, support any ideal, or make any item of kit which we cannot provenance from contemporary sources. This sometimes requires us to re-evaluate how we look and why we make or wear certain items, and to alter them or our habits to hone the image we depict.
    A shame their site doesn't allow linking to their photos.

    As well as all that, they are even building an AngloSaxon hall on their own land in Kent:
    Alone of all re-enactment societies, Regia Anglorum owns a permanent site. Situated about sixty miles from central London and in a patch of secluded woodland near Canterbury in Kent, We are constructing a fortified manor house from the Late Anglo-Saxon period.



    Further details and great galleries here:
    http://www.wychurst.com/mainindex.htm

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    I like this thread very much! I'd like to be in one of those reenactment groups

    Does anybody know how is it called the that group appears in the video "Regin Smiður" by feroese band Tyr?

    Tyr - Regin Smiður
    "Cuando la Patria está en peligro, todo está permitido excepto no defenderla"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fafner View Post
    I like this thread very much! I'd like to be in one of those reenactment groups

    Does anybody know how is it called the that group appears in the video "Regin Smiður" by feroese band Tyr?

    Tyr - Regin Smiður
    "Regin Smiður

    The song:
    Regin Smiður is an old Faroese ballad telling the tale of Regin the blacksmith and his partin the destiny of Sigfried Dragonslayer. Regin plots to decieve Sigfried but Odin makes sure that Sigfried is well informed and eventually Sigfried slays Regin as well as the Dragon.

    Video:
    About the recording and the action:
    Regin Smiður was recorded in Jomsborg Viking Festival 1.-3. august 2003 and includes some liveshots from concerts. In the video, Týr are performing together with vikings from the Festival. In the first scenes, Týr are welcomed at the high table of noble chieftains from Germany. The fight scenes are from the festivals live performance, great battles between vikings and slavs at Jomsborg. The fight-scenes where Heri is included is performed by the vikinggroups Kruki and Wataha . The artwork of Ingólfur Júlíusson is nothing short of fabulous. He has captured the true viking spirit.

    Thanks to:
    Ingólfur Júlíusson, Kruki , Wataha and Ulfhednar Germany/Poland "

    http://www.tyr.net/site/videos.htm

    I have posted about Ulfhednar above if you are interested.
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    These look so fun! Around here we just have a small division of SCA members (of which the less said, the better) and a Civil War reenactment group.

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    I belong to the reenactment group Regia Anglorum, though I`m no longer an active member due to work commitments. Here are some pics of the last event we held, here on Sanday, and a link to the Regia.

    Regia Anglorum have done numerous tv documentaries etc, mainly because they are sticklers for authenticity. The man in the Rus viking gear in the pic is a qualified archaeologist who has spent years researching the Viking age, he makes sure the groups belongings and outfits are from documented sources or recreated from his own digs.

    http://www.regia.org/





    Last edited by Oresai; Sunday, October 12th, 2008 at 07:52 AM. Reason: With apologies to Oswiu, just seen the link to Regia, doh...:D

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    Hornbore Ting is an reenactment group at Hamburgsund on the East coast of Sweden.

    The group is associated with the Viking village Hornbore By, where an annual Viking fair is held in early August.

    Pictures of the fair and the play.
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