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Pennsic Photos

You can find many pictures of Pennsic on the web by searching for "Pennsic" and "photos" or "photographs".

Below are a small selection of such pictures. These links will take you away from the official Pennsic website; the Pennsic staff has no control over their content and any comments or corrections should be directed to the maintainer of those pages.


"Faces & Places - the Pennsic War"
A Butler County cable documentary on Pennsic 41: Every year about this time, we see people in medieval costumes throughout Butler County - they're in shopping centers, they're in stores - and many wonder "who are these people, and where are they from?"


"Only a Game"
WBUR's (Boston NPR station) story on Pennsic War 32 (last link on the page)


General photos:

Pennsic 36
Opening Ceremonies, Front gates of camps, People, General scenery - photos by Alaxandr MacLochloinn
Sights from all around the War, photos by Darter the Chronicler
Collection of Albums
Scenery, Encampments, Performances, Ceremonies, Social Occasions

Combat photos:

Pennsic 36 Battles
Fencing, Belted & Unbelted Champions, Helms Deep; Known World Squires' Tourney
photos by Alaxandr MacLochloinn
Combat of the Thirty
This tournament, a recreation of the famous Combat of the Thirty from the Hundred Years War, is held each year at Pennsic. All combatants must wear 14th-century style armor, and wield spears or pollaxes. Fighters hit in vulnerable spots or knocked to the ground are "killed", and fighters sustaining three head blows are "stunned" and escorted from the field to be ransomed.

2007 - Photos by Eirik Anderson

Pennsic 36 / 2007 - Photos by Alaxandr MacLochloinn

2004 - Photos by Darter the Chronicler

Pennsic War is an annual event between the East and Middle Kingdoms of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., and takes place within the Kingdom of Æthelmearc at Cooper's Lake Campground. Webhosting services are generously donated by (Public Access Networks Corporation). The Pennsic War event staff thank Panix for their continued support of the SCA and the Pennsic War.

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