The Virtual Library of Carolingia
This site is obsolete. Please see the index
page for details. This page is being kept here solely for archival
purposes. Thank you.
- The Beneficium Carolingianum Pro Artibus is a fund maintained by
the Barony for worthy arts projects.
- An article about the Beneficium --
what it is, how it works, and what's been done with it.
Also, here is the application form
for projects that would like Beneficium money.
Baronial and Society History
- History of the Borough of Felding
- A History of the Borough of Felding is
available; this currently runs through 1990.
Carolingian Historian/Librarian Website
- A listing of the resources that can be found in the Baronial
Guides and Practical Instruction
- Orlando's Research
- Orlando has a number of useful
articles, largely but not entirely focusing on period
The Carolingian Site Book
- A collection of descriptions of sites that Carolingia has used, or
which may be worth using in the future. Additions are welcomed.
How to Autocrat Events in Carolingia
- Tibor wrote a short
How to Autocrat Events in Carolingia; new autocrats should
definitely check this out for tips.
- A briefer but more concrete list by the Seneschal, of the most
critical items every Autocrat should take into account.
- Provost's Handbook
- Justin and several others put
together a Provost's Handbook, which
gives some general advice on how to run a Borough in Carolingia,
including a detailed section on running demos.
- Camping Tips
- Rose Otter assembled a long collection of
Camping Tips, including a couple of
recipes for making good (if not necessarily quite period) beef
To The Fabric Stores
- Tibicen has written up a nice set of
directions to the fabric stores of Boston, including a simple
ASCII map of the area. (Note that this is version 2.0 of the directions,
a bit improved from the version that used to be on this page.)
Rank, Title and Customs of the East Kingdom
- Tibor maintains an ever-growing
guide to many of the formalities found at events.
To the Barony of Carolingia Homepage
Justin du Coeur
Also known as Mark Waks