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RE: Medieval History and Sources online

Poster: Charlene Noto <charlenn@MICROSOFT.com>

>>Poster: jonesj@SunBelt.Net (Phillip Jones)
>>I just stumbled across a very well-done site, lots of texts, pictures
>>and other links.......

That is a good site. I finally finished getting the Atlantian A&S page
on-line. It has the upcoming Arts and Science activities, the link you
mentioned plus several others including the link to the SCA A&S Home

There should be a link to it in Atlantia's web page soon. You can reach
the site at http://members.aol.com/charlenn/MoAS.HTM

This is the beginning of the Atlantian A&S Handbook for the officers,
which will be presented to them in written form at UnEvent. Comments and
suggestions are welcome. There is a mail link on the web page to send
them to me.

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