Standing alone on a hill a tower has been formed to promote the learning, skills and chivialry of the Middle Ages. Located in the Barony of the Three Rivers in the Kingdom of Calonir.



Bourj al-Muderah translates from Arabic into English as the Tower of the Governing Woman. It is built out of ashlar blocks of black basalt and is surrounded by a shallow moat. It was constructed by the same workmen (evidenced by their mason marks) that built the Crak Chevallier and Markada. Its primary purpose is to serve as a watchtower, but its storerooms are large enough to withstand a siege of several months. A single Lebanese pine grows by the side of the tower, thus the coat of arms shows both tower and tree.

Tower Activities

Medieval Viking Encampment

We went from Bad to Norse!*

21 October 2000

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*Pun Credit goes to Herb!

Medieval Crystal Ball And Feast
Barony of the Shattered Crystal (Cahokia, Illinois)

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Medieval Dance Demonstration

Art Museum, Sunday, November 12, 2000
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Barony of Three Rivers

Kingdom of Calontir

SCA

Links

Muderah
Neathery de Safita
Mudeer
Michael de Safita
Amira de Safita
Pat Baehr
Lady Beatrice de Palermo Nancy of Palermo Pat Baehr

Lari Amy Sue
Eleanor Hoefle Maria Lari
Electronically linked Meeting places:
_This club is open to all community college students, staff and faculty!!!

-Instructional Resources Rm. 112 at Florissant Valley campus
-Library Rm. 214 at Meramec Campus


Living History Club

Club Sponsors: Prof. Michael Fuller (513-4414), and Neathery Fuller

gargole Updated 23 November 2000