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Denix Replicas Offers the finest replica historical weapons for collectors everywhere.  From civil war guns and rifles to Medieval swords and amour you will find our Denix Replicas selection unparalleled anywhere.

Medieval Fairs 

Medieval fairs are a wonderful way to live out the fantasy of life as it was in the medieval times. Denix Replicas play an important part in the re-creation of life in those times. Many medieval weapons and armor have been reproduced by Denix Replicas to give the user a sense of what it might have been like to live in those times.
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Norman Transcript

Medieval Fair Ball lets locals dance into history
Norman Transcript
Each group also uses the ball as an opportunity to introduce non-members to their organizations. Tickets for the ball are $25 per person in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets can be ordered online through Eventbrite and links can be found through the ...

New Scientist

Medieval gamblers turned their back on fate and made dice fair
New Scientist
The dice used by gamers and gamblers in northern Europe became much more fair about 600 years ago. What's more, the pattern on the faces changed, and these trends together might reflect people's growing awareness that bets were decided by chance, not ...

Florida Today

Hear ye, hear ye: It's medieval good times at Brevard Renaissance Fair in Melbourne
Florida Today
If you believe the Renaissance (1300 to 1700) was a time for small-kilted musicians, shanty-singing sailors, British music hall singers, pirates in tricorn hats, belly dancing, mermaids and moving trees; as well as knights in armor, traditional ...


The first queen of Medieval Times tells Moneyish about smashing the patriarchy and ending the New Jersey king's 34 ...
... and I'm very excited to part of it,” she said. “I feel like a role model now as the queen in a way that I never felt as the princess. I think we're going to see a generation of young women who are going to be going after their dreams, and not ...

Loveland event travels back to medieval days of jousting
Loveland Reporter-Herald
The riders are taking real hits from solid wooden lances. "I wanted to bring something that much more to the masses, and the only way to do that was to bring forth the solid wooden lances," Adams said. Although the sport is medieval, the safety ...

Local Medievalists hold event | Morning News
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The local branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism met on Saturday, Jan. 20, at the York Grange in Idaho Falls for an all-day event with sword-and-shield fighting in full armor, Renaissance rapier fighting, and Medieval games and crafts. The day ...

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Vanity Fair

Queen Elizabeth's Coronation Documentary: The Most Surprising Revelations
Vanity Fair
Though the documentary is carefully crafted to preserve reverence and respect for the medieval coronation traditions, the most delightful moments in the program come when Queen Elizabeth momentarily drops monarchical pretense to admit that the ...
Crown jewels hidden from Nazis in a biscuit tinThe Times

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Vanity Fair

Is Rupert Murdoch's Ex a Chinese Spy?
Vanity Fair
You can't quite imagine reading this saga in The Wall Street Journal while owner Rupert Murdoch was still married to Wendi Deng Murdoch, with whom he broke up amid his reported belief that she'd carried on with others, notably former British Prime ...
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Winter Activities Fair attracts students, inspires involvement
Kansas State Collegian
With more than 140 activity booths to choose from, the Kansas State biannual Activities Carnival had something to offer for every student, whether they were looking to join an academic club, Fencing Club or the Medieval and Renaissance Interest ...

Medieval Times gets its first queen
"You can't go with the pure [medieval] vernacular, because it won't be intelligible to the audience," Cordner says. "It can't be so complicated the audience can't follow it." Cordner, an Orlando, Florida, resident, got involved with the franchise 30 ...

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