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Skills Inventory for Eoforwic Populace

Alof of Eoforwic

  • embroidery
  • Norse clothing (research and tailoring)

Anneke the Furious

  • embroidery
  • sewing
  • vocal music

Bjarn Thorolfson

  • cooking
  • woodcut printing
  • painting

Charles the Clerk

  • dance
  • cookery
  • reckoning
  • loop braiding
  • reading

Eithne Briannsdottir

  • plants
  • Norse culture
  • knitting
  • naalbinding
  • needlework
  • sewing

Grom Meinfretr (a.k.a. Grom of Eoforwic)

  • leather working
  • woodworking

Gunnar Halfdan of Lund

  • cooking
  • dancing
  • juggling
  • research: trade/trade routes

Gunthar Wahlstedt of Bremen

  • basic leather working
  • basic armouring
  • calligraphy and illumination
  • heraldry
  • archery
  • general research/British history

Gwerydd verch Llwelyn

  • embroidery
  • spinning
  • cooking
  • clothing
  • research: 16-17th century

Hector of the Black Height

  • bardic arts, consisting of
    • poetry
    • vocal music/song
    • writing and story-telling
    • genealogy (especially SCA historical lineages)
  • bone, horn and antler carving
  • calligraphy (uncial, runic and - if bribed - ogham)
  • court and field heraldry
  • Eoforwic/Ealdormere history
  • essay writing
  • military engineering
  • military history
  • Scottish and related history, especially West Islands history

Lucrece de Montsoreau

  • 15th century womens' costuming, particularly hats.
  • Leather Costrels/Bottles

Magnunnr Hringsdottir (Unnr)

  • research: viking
  • viking textiles
  • Old Norse

Mebd ingen D'ungaile

  • sprang
  • sugar paste
  • embroidery (canvas work)
  • beading (French beaded flowers, embroidery)
  • basic tablet weaving
  • Irish clothing
  • tapestry
  • some leather working
  • chirugeon
  • research techniques

Michael the Long-Suffering

  • research

Nicolaa de Bracton

  • research
  • history (English, early Russian, Church, general medieval)
  • palaeography
  • calligraphy and illumination
  • clothing (12th - 14th c. English/French specialty)
  • embroidery (freeform, counted)
  • pewter casting
  • Latin
  • chronicler/newsletter production/SCA writing
  • Eoforwic/Ealdormere history

Roselyne de l'Estrangere

  • dance
  • history (mainly England and France)
  • heraldry
  • drama (commedia dell'arte)
  • translation (modern French, Spanish, Italian, Middle English, some Old French and Latin)

Sara of Swordcliff

  • baking
  • camp cookery (open-fire cooking and dutch oven baking)
  • cheese-making
  • knitting
  • narrow wares, including single and double lucet cord making
  • sewing (including hand sewing)

Thorolfr inn Smithr

  • construction of siege engines
  • woodworking

Toki

  • leather working
  • research: general Norse history

Tsharyl Larmer

  • camp cookery (open-fire cooking and dutch oven baking)
  • early childhood education (a.k.a. playing with babbies)
  • knitting
  • liturgical studies
  • needle arts (especially ecclesiastical embroidery)
  • sewing (including hand sewing) and garb-making
  • theology
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