Michael or Safita (with the banner of our Lady of Calontir) and Neathery of Safita during the Crusader and Saracen battle.

Michael of Safita and Neathery of Safita as Templars. Photograph in front of the castle during the Crusader and Saracen battle.

Saracens attack the fort.

Amira helps with the family tent.

Neathery of Safita at the family tent.

Amira of Safita in the early morning.

Cody and Amira are all smiles.

Master Alan Smyth of Darkdale and his son, Emerick, feeling odd.

Gertruda and Baroness BelAnna de Rouge

Charles of Westermark moving water to the battlefield for the army of Calontir.

The tent and weapons of Rhodri ap Iuean ap Hywel.

Calontir shields.

Michael and Neathery of Safita with their Calontir tabbards. Photograph by Baroness BelAnna de Rouge

Neathery of Safita rests after a battle in the shade of the Calontir pavillon.

Neathery and Michael of Safita with their crossbow bolts wait for the signal to march. The blue and white tent of the Safita family is across the street with their coats of arms. Photograph by Baroness BelAnna de Rouge

Neathery and Michael of Safita wait for the Army of Calontir to march. Photograph by Baroness BelAnna de Rouge

Neathery and Michael of Safita dressed in their Viking finery.
Their linen clothing came from Hollviken outside of Malmo, Sweden. Photograph by Baroness BelAnna de Rouge

Neathery and Michael of Safita dressed in their Viking finery. Photograph by Baroness BelAnna de Rouge

Neathery of Safita demonstrates wire weaving during the Calontir roadshow.

Allen of Darkdale during the Calontir roadshow.

Edwards Boiswright demonstrates the manufacture of a kursee (Arabic, 4 legged stool) during the Calontir roadshow.

Fernando Rodriguez de Falcon demonstrates pewter casting during the Calontir roadshow.

Illumination demonstrated at the Calontir roadshow.

Gertruda shows her strength after disassembling the vertical loom.

I saw only one fairie during Pennsic and she was hovering around during the Calontir roadshow!
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