- If you are looking for Pre-OSCAR submissions, send an email to Mistress Cainder ingen hui Chatharnaig, who has kept them in an archive.
- If you know of other Ealdormere-specific resources, we can put them right here.
- SCA Silk Banner Construction - a 5 part video series by Madame Cynthia Du Pont to help you learn to make your own silk painted banners
- Stayner de Silk Display - facebook group featuring silk banners of the SCA
- Flags, Banners, and Heraldic Displays by HLd Damian Nihtauk (2014)
- Painting Weather Resistant Heraldic Banners by Konstantia Kaloethina (2016)
- Class handout with overview of heraldic flags in period, as a basis for making SCA flags, banners, standards, etc.
Online Books and Dictionaries
- A Display of Heraldrie by John Guillim (c1551 - 1621), being a complete transcription of the first edition (1610) of this work. A Google eBook.
- A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by James Parker. First published in 1894.
- Paris sous Philippe-le-Bel by Hercule Géraud. Le role de la taille imposée sur les habitants de Paris en 1292. A Google eBook.
- The Domesday Book Online The Domesday Book was commissioned in December 1085 by William the Conqueror, who invaded England in 1066. The first draft was completed in August 1086 and contained records for 13,418 settlements in the English counties south of the rivers Ribble and Tees (the border with Scotland at the time).
- Practical Heraldry by Charles Worthy, Esq. Subtitled: Or, an Epitome of English Armory, Showing how and by whom arms may be borne or acquired, how pedigrees may be traced or family histories ascertained. A Google eBook.
- Heraldica François R. Velde's expansive site dedicated to all things heraldic in the form of texts, images and links.
- Pimbley's Dictionary of Heraldry First published in 1908, it is an indispensable aid in understanding heraldic terminology and the various charges and expressions used in describing coats of arms
- A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames
by Charles Wareing Endell Bardsley. First published in 1901. (NPB)
- NPB = no photocopy books - Sources that do not require photocopies to Laurel. (SENA Appendix H).
- Society Heraldry Names resources for many cultures