Welcome!

     The Kingdom of the Outlands is a regional group within the
Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), an international organization dedicated to recreating aspects of the Middle Ages. If you are unfamiliar with the SCA, we would suggest starting with the newcomers section.

     The region that makes up the Outlands covers New Mexico, most of Colorado and Wyoming, El Paso, TX, and the panhandle of Nebraska. If you are interested in contacting the SCA within this area, take a look at the Local Groups page. Join us as we learn about history by making it come alive.




We are pleased to announce the launch of
the kingdom’s very own blog!


The Stag's Call

The Stag’s Call will be THE place for up-to-date information, announcements, event changes, and so very much more. This new blog is still in a fledgling state, so expect new features frequently as we develop a sense of its potential.



FIRST FEATURE:

August 15th, 2015

FALL CROWN TOURNAMENT LIVE UPDATES!



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Please email chronicler@outlands.org with suggestions, questions and potential articles for the blog!

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September 4th
Each year in April, Medieval Mdina returns to Malta to offer a variety of entertainments, "from battles and skirmishes to sword fights, live music, falconry displays and historic re-enactments." A number of groups participate, as detailed in a feature sto…
September 3rd
For over 20 years, archaeologists from Preservation Virginia have been working to find out how settlers lived and worked around the 1607 fort at Jamestown, Virginia. Recently, the team has concentrated on a pit or cellar built adjacent to the wall of the …
September 1st
"Ranvaick a kistu thasa" or in English, "Ranvaik (a female name) owns this casket" reads a runic inscription on the base of a jeweled, Irish reliquary on display in the Danish National Museum. While the casket dates to the 8th century, the inscription was…
August 29th
In 2012, archaeologists discovered the remains of 27 Anglo-Saxon warriors and their grave goods at Barrow Clump in Salisbury, England. Recently experts used an army field hospital x-ray machine to examine a 6th century sword found at the site. (photos)rea…
August 27th
Archaeologists working on the site of road construction in the Hague, Netherlands were surprised to discover a treasure hoard in a Roman pot. The extent of the treasure was revealed recently at the annual De Reuvensdagen archaeological conference. (photo)…
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