Eulalia Piebakere lives in York, England during the reign of Edward, called Longshanks.
I am a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, an international medieval recreation organization. I live in the Kingdom of An Tir, which encompasses Oregon, Washington, part of Idaho, and British Columbia. This blog is devoted to my medieval research and projects. My predominate areas of interest are England (especially York) during the high medieval period (the 13th and 14th centuries), everything related to historical food and cooking, women’s history, the daily life of commoners, guild history and the rise of the “middle class,” and gross medieval medicine and science. I also just like to make stuff; I sew and spin, and have dabbled in dozens of arts over the years. I am a member of the Order of the Laurel, meaning I have been recognized for my skill in my chosen art forms and the quality of my research.
In the modern world I’m a high school biology teacher. I have a BA in biology from Reed College and a Master of Arts in teaching from Pacific University.
I love to teach! If you would be interested in having me teach a class at an event, please use the contact form below. (Keep in mind that I live in the Portland, Oregon area.)
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