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A student essay submitted by Nancy White as part of her assessment for ‘ENGL2238: The Medieval in the Modern World’, a second year English unit delivered by Professor Andrew Lynch at The University of Western Australia. In this essay, the author…

The Kingdom of Lochac is the name used by members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) for a fictional kingdom comprising Australia, New Zealand and their Antarctic territories. Lochac is one of nineteen kingdoms worldwide. Australia itself…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

A close-up image of decorative stonework at the entrance to Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

An image of Bonython Hall at The University of Adelaide in South Australia. Bonython Hall is a neo-gothic building that was constructed from Murray Bridge limestone between 1933 and 1936. The entrance facing North Terrace features three large…

Images of the Old Swan Barracks Hotel in Perth, Western Australia. The Swan Barracks was originally used as a military training facility. A Volunteer Drill Hall was built in 1896 and this rusticated stone building was added in 1897 to house the…

Image of the Old Swan Barracks Hotel in Perth, Western Australia. The Swan Barracks was originally used as a military training facility. A Volunteer Drill Hall was built in 1896 and this rusticated stone building was added in 1897 to house the…