Tournament & Pas d'Armes  
  Information  

This is an ongoing site with articles & links on tournaments
as they apply to the Middle Ages and the SCA.



SCA Tournament Companies:
< click on their name to go to their site >
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Company of the Grail
Companions of the Silver Swan
Grand Company of the Peacock
Company of Saint George
Statuta Armorum
Tournament Companies Within the SCA
(informational article)
 


SCA Equestrian Tournament Companies:
< click on their name to go to their site >
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Emprise of the Azure Rose
Black Lion Emprise
Company of St. Anne
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SCA Equestrian Links

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Non-SCA Equestrian Tournament Companies:
< click on their name to go to their site >
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The American Jousting Alliance
 
Destrier
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Links to Articles on Tournaments:
What is the Pas d'Armes?
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
King Ren's Tournament Book
A modern English translation by Elizabeth Bennett
 
The Behourdium Tradition:
Historical precedents for SCA Combat
by Michael deLacy
 
A New Way to Get Maimed
by Galleron de Cressy
 
What is a Tournament Company?
by Galleron de Cressy
 
How a Man Shall Prepare Himself for the Tournament
by Galleron de Cressy
 
Medieval Tournament Prizes
by Galleron de Cressy
 
Improved rules for an SCA Twelfth-Century Tournament
by Finnvarr de Taahe
 
To Cry a Joust
translated from the Middle English by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
Challenge of John Astley, Squire, to Philip Boyle, Knight of Aragon
on the occasion of his knighting, 1442

translated from the Middle English by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
Pierre de Masse's challenge, 1438
translated from the Middle English by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
Letter from Thomas, Duke of Lancaster and Constable of England
to King Richard II concerning the manner of Conducting Judicial Duels
 
Early Combat Manuals
by Galleron de Cressy
 
Atlantian Links to Tournaments & Pas d'Armes
 
Making Medieval Crests for Tournament Helmets
by Randy Asplund
 
 
Links to Articles on Chivalry, Honour, Courtliness,
Romance and Humility:
A Code of Chivalry
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
Of the Vertues that Apperteyne to Chyvalry
by Garick von Kopke
 
The Dialog of Chivalry
by Finnvarr de Taahe
 
Chivalry
by Sten Halverson
 
Isn't Chivalry Dead?!
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
On Humility
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
On Romance
by Sten Halverson
 
On Knighthood
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
Who is a Knight?
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
Errants & Renown
Information about what it means to be a part of the Company of Saint George
 
What is a Grail?
by Dr. Linda Malcor
 
A Reading List on Chivalry For Re-Enactors
by Brion Thornbird ap Rhys
 
 
Other Links:
Knighthood, Chivalry & Tournaments Resource Library
 
The Art of Courtliness
 


If you are not familiar with the SCA but would like
to know more, check out the following links:

SCA   -   General Intro to the Society for Creative Anachronism
         
Heraldry   -   Web page with articles and information on SCA Heraldry 
         
Forgotten Sea    -   Website of one of three SCA groups I'm currently active in.
         
Aston Tor   -   Website of one of three SCA groups I'm currently active in.
         
Cum an Iolair    -   Website of one of three SCA groups I'm currently active in.
         
Terminology   -   Definitions of some common SCA terms
         


     
Missing in Action:  These webpages are no longer at their original site.
                                     If you have info on where they may now be located,
                                     please email me at: modar@everestkc.net
     
Company of Saint Gabriel   Company of the White Swan
Company of Saint Boniface   Compagnie du Soleil
Company of Saint Michael   Company Coeur de Flamme
Company of Saint Maurice    
     
     


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1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Ron "Modar" Knight
Baron Modar Neznanich, OPel
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This Tournament Information page is published by Ron Knight [known in the SCA as
Modar Neznanich] for the edification of the members of the Barony of Forgotten Sea,
its cantons, the Shire of Cm an Iolair and the members of the SCA. It is not a corporate
publication of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. and does not delineate
S.C.A. policies. In cases of conflict with printed versions of material presented
on these pages or it's links, the dispute will be decided in favor of the printed
version unless otherwise indicated. Opinions expressed are those of the authors.