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MessageSujet: les dragons de la compagnie Saint Georges en ligne   Mer 16 Jan 2013 - 5:47

Les dragons de la St Georges sont les publications de la Compagny of Saint George, compagnie bourguignone de la fin du 15eme qu'on ne présente plus ( http://www.companie-of-st-george.ch) , sur diverses sujets.
voici le lien vers les 12 premiers Dragons :
http://www.companie-of-st-george.ch/cms/?q=en/Dragons

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The Dragon No. 1
First published in August 1989
This is a bi-lingual English-French Volume

The Contents
Editorial - Guidelines for the Company
Drawings of haircuts for men
Drawings of household items as found in the sources
"The Lytell Treatyse For To Lerne Englysshe And Frensshe"
List of fruits and vegetables that were unknown two our period
"Mind your manners..." - A poem on good late medieval manners
A price-list for arms and armours
Early phrases and expressions (Gammer Gurton's Nedle, 16th century)
Est Mihi Cauda Decus - Late medieval mottos...
A calligrapohic version of a late gothic alphabet
Download Dragon No. 1 (2.6MB)





The Dragon No. 2
First published in January 1991
This is a bi-lingual English-French Volume

The Contents
Editorial
A letter from the captain
"That we myte be dressed" - Illustrated guide to clothing (part one)
Correspondance
Saint George - A short history
Treasure hunt - Drawings of tools and items
Siege warfare in the early 15th century
The adventures of Sir John
Recette de ce jour (French only)
"Good morning..." - 15th century instructions on getting up
Download Dragon No. 2 (2.7MB)





The Dragon No. 3
First published in September 1991
This is a bi-lingual English-French Volume

The Contents
Editorial
The Perils of Indulgence in Cosmetics
"Could you repeat that order, Sir ..." - Period commands and phrases
"Take some horsgrece ..." - Examples for medical recipes
"Alas my jewellys ..." - Apt phrases from a Tudor play
A fifteenth century bath
Chanson à boire - A drinking song (French only)
Chanson d'amour - A love song (French only)
A decision on tents (Ten years later, we have just taken that step again ...)
Purses dor the Company of Saint George (with drawings)
Jacks for the Company of Saint George (with drawings)
La Manier de se Contenir à Table - Table-manners
Nine Men's Morris: A Medieval Board Game
La Comète de Halley - Halley's comet
Bon Appetit - The Diet of a 15th Century Soldier
The Burgundian Camp in 1476
Download Dragon No. 3 (3.4MB)





The Dragon No. 4
First published in May 1994
This is a mostly English Volume with some French texts

The Contents
Editorial
Who's who: Niklaus von Schanachtal
Dress for the women of our Company (with drawings)
Le Mobilier - The furniture (French only, but lots of drawings)
Announcement - Gerry Embleton has been asked to do a book on the 15th century soldier
An historian on history - A poetic view
Book review: "The House fo Niccolo" series
Spinach: an erratum on the illegal substances in vol. 1
Download Dragon No. 4 (5.5MB)





The Dragon No. 5
First published in May 1993
This is a mostly English Volume

The Contents
Editorial
Who's who in 1476 - A list by countries
Burgundian booty, a brief summary
The furniture - Part 2 - Many drawings (in French as well)
Thalhoffer - Weapon training in the 15th century
15th century weather
Book reviews
Reenactment - General and specific remarks by Jamie Donnan
Tents for the Company of Saynte George (with drawings)
15th century tools (with drawings)
The birth of a child in the late medieval period
Making a padded Jack
A small household of the 15th century - Summary of the household accounts of John Munden
The splendours of the Burgundian court - A letter by John Paston III in 1468
Download Dragon No. 5 (3.4MB)





The Dragon No. 6
First published in March 1995
This is a mostly English Volume with some translations to French and one to German

The Contents
Editorial
A child
Medieval cookery and medicine - Part 1
Plat du jour - Recipe of the day
Domestic furniture in the Tacuinum Sanitatis (with drawings)
The Schilling chronicles
An examination of a typical Swiss or South-German coif
Recruiting, payments and the prices in the republic of Genoa
Swords for the Company of St. George (with drawings)
Download Dragon No. 6 (2.4MB)





The Dragon No. 7
First published in June 1995
This is a bi-lingual English-French Volume

The Contents
Editorial
Polearms for the Company of St. George
The earliest cartridges
Medieval cookery and medicine - Part 2
Medieval Furniture - Part 4 (comes in French as well)
L'ordre de la toison d'or (French only)
Download Dragon No. 7 (2.4MB)





The Dragon No. 8
First published in December 1995
This is a mostly English Volume with a French article and one translated to German

The Contents
Editorial
Livery clothing, circa 1460-1480
Recette du jour (French only)
Firearms in the republic of Genoa
Military Organisation in Switzerland in the time of the Burgundian wars
Formation and organisation of defence of Württemberg in the second half of the 15th century (in German as well)
The fletching of arrows, a detailed look at the techniques
Book review: "On the practice or art of dancing"
Rushlights - How to make and use them
Questions and answers - Helmet fastenings and mail "shorts"
Download Dragon No. 8 (2.7MB)





The Dragon No. 9
First published in January 1997
This is a bi-lingual English-French Volume

The Contents
Editorial
Medieval military drill
Medieval Lanterns (with many many drawings)
Poids et mobilité des armures (French only)
Book review: Armies and warfare in the MA / Early French cookery
Biscuit - the staple of armies from time immemorial - a recipe
Download Dragon No. 9 (4.1MB)





The Dragon No. 10
First published in Summer 2000
This is an english-only volume

The Contents
Editorial
Medieval cloth
Ells, aunes and braccia - medieval cloth measures
The nature of swords - a general view
Tents for the company revised (with drawings)
Download Dragon No. 10 (3.1MB)





The Dragon No. 11
First published in Winter 2000
This is an english-only volume

The Contents
Editorial
The history of Burgundy - excerpts from the memories of Olivier de la Marche
On carrying ... bags, bundles, packs and baskets (with drawings)
A shopping list from 1435
Advice to travellers - short excerpt of a manual
Fireplaces - a few thoughts
Comments to older articles
Grinding Benches (a single illustration)
Download Dragon No. 11 (8.7MB)



The Dragon No. 12
First published in Summer 2003
This is an english-only volume

The Contents
Editorial
The tactics and weapons of the 2nd battle of St. Albans 1461
An investigation into the "bend" as part of the 15th century military clothing
Milanese Artillery
Italian field fortifications
Thoughts on tents
A 15th century leather mitten from the Thames
A journey by sea

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