Atlantian Spring Coronation
April 05- 07, 2013
Barony of Marinus

Come celebrate the Coronation of Amos and Ysabella with us! There will be many things to see and do over the course of the day! Watch the fighting! Admire the Arts and Sciences – or learn a new one! Compete in the Tempora Atlantia! Shop! Feast! Celebrate!


Martial Activities:  We will be ushering in the new Reign with Target Archery and Thrown Weapons as well as Melees and Tournaments for our Armored and Rapier communities. For questions, Please contact our MiC at knightmarshal[AT]

Arts & Sciences Activities:  Competitions:

Tempora Atlantia – The time period for Tempora will be 1250-1492.  For more information about Tempora Atlantia, please visit or contact dmas-tempora[AT]

A&S – The Morgan Bible – The Morgan Bible, better known as the Maciejowski Bible, is one of the best known manuscripts that has come down to us from the 13th century.  Full of beautiful imagery, it has served as inspiration for artisans of all types, from clothiers to illuminators to armorers.  This competition is open to any work inspired in any way by the Morgan Bible.  Your documentation should clearly state how the work relates to the Morgan. Judging for the competition will be blind – please be certain not to include your name, mundane or SCA or any other easily identifying information in your documentation or display material.

In addition to the main competition, we will have separate prizes sponsored by members of the Laurel.  Countess Adelicia will be sponsoring a prize for Best Documentation; Dame Hrothney will be sponsoring Best Article of Devotion, Mistress Margret will be sponsoring a prize for Best Use of Textiles.  If any other members of the Laurel or guild principals are interested in sponsoring a prize, please contact Lady Oda at moas[AT] Some information on the Morgan Bible:

Baking Competition: A baking competition will be held.  More details will be forthcoming, please check for more details soon.

Artisans Row and Open Display:

All artisans from across Atlantia are encouraged to attend and participate in an Artisans Row!  We will have plenty of outdoor space available for demonstrations of messier arts and indoor space for those arts that require it.  Please contact Lady Oda at moas[AT] with questions or to reserve space. We will also have an open display area for all artisans to show off their work, either completed or in progress. Their Highnesses have requested that those members of the populace taking part in the display include a picture of themselves with their display materials if at all possible or arrange to spend some time with their display during the day. Please contact Lady Oda at moas[AT] with any questions!

        Adult, Member:          $10.00 Day-Trip     $10.00 Feast        $5.00 Camping
        Adult, Non-Member:  $15.00 Day-Trip     $10.00 Feast        $5.00 Camping
        Youth (5-17):             $5.00   Day-Trip     $10.00 Feast        $5.00 Camping
        Child (0-4):                $0.00   Day-Trip      $0.00 Feast         $0.00 Camping

Make Checks Payable To:  SCA, Inc., Barony of Marinus

Cost Notes:  Per the Barony of Marinus Financial Policy: Pre-registered event attendees may receive a refund for both the site and feast fees (as applicable) provided that the refund request is received at least 24 hours prior to the start of the event by either the autocrat, the head troll, or the reservationist.

Site:  Pipsico Boy Scout Reserve 57 Pipsico Road Spring Grove, VA 23881. Site opens 4pm Friday Site closes 12pm Sunday.

Site Restrictions:  This is a dry site. ***PLEASE NOTE*** Leashed assistance animals ONLY. No pets allowed on site!

Feast Information:  A Classic English Feast will be prepared by Lady Magdalena Sanguigni. The menu is available on the website at: Any dietary concerns you may have please direct them to Magdalena via the link on the website.

Merchanting Information:  Contact the Autocrat

Other Information:  Registration through ACCEPS available at For field space, please contact the Field Steward.

Autocrat's Information:  Lady Rhiannon Morgaine (Rhiannon Hood), 245A W 32ND ST, NORFOLK, VA 23504,  Phone: (757) 535-8425, E-mail:  lady.rhiannon.morgaine[AT]

Reservations:  Dame Hróðný Rognvaldsdóttir   (Terri Morgan), 905 Spring Garden Lane, Virginia Beach, VA 23452,  Phone: (757) 468-2823, E-mail:  online2much[AT]


From North of Richmond: Take your best route to I-95 South. Merge onto I-265 South toward Rocky Mount NC/Richmond International. Take exit 15A to merge onto VA-10 E/E Hundred Road toward Hopewell. Continue on Rt. 10 for 29 miles. Turn left onto State Route 610/Swanns Point Road for 26 miles. Turn left onto Pipsico Road for 6 miles. The camp entrance will be on the right.

From Charlotte: Take your best route to I-85. Take exit 68 for US-460 E toward I-95 S/Rocky Mount NC/Norfolk. Follow signs for US- 460 BUS E/County Dr and merge onto US- 460 E/Winfield Road. Turn left onto VA- 106 N/Courthouse Road for 3.4 miles. At the traffic circle, stay on VA-106 N/Courthouse Road. Follow VA-106 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Old Stage Road/State Route 609 for 5.8 miles. Turn Right onto VA-10 E/James River Road for 13.4 miles. . Turn left onto State Route 610/Swanns Point Road for 6.1 miles. Turn left onto Pipsico Road. The camp entrance will be on the right.

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