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In this transcript from episode 11 of the ABC’s George Negus Tonight: New People Dimensions series, reporter Brendan Hutchens interviews Prince Leonard I of what was the Hutt River Province Principality (now the Principality of Hutt River). In…

A drawing by Fred Leist depicting an Australian soldier of 1915 shaking hands with a Crusader of 1189, with the cross of St George as the backdrop. Whilst the Australian soldier is shirtless and wearing shorts, the Crusader knight wears chain-mail,…

Flyer for the 2011 West Australian Medieval Allliance's Perth Medieval Fair. A man dressed as a knight in full armour is depicted.

The author of this article taken from The Sydney Morning Herald, (Friday, 12 March 1909, p. 7) examines the situation of boys' education in Australia. It describes the perspectives of the Engineers' President of Education as they were put forward at…

This article taken from The Brisbane Courier in 1929 discusses undergraduate students from the University of Queensland taking to the streets on "Commem Day". The author compares them to medieval mummers.The anonymous author also explains that on…

Taken from the West Australian, 15 June 1935, p. 2. Pertains to the aesthetics of the Perth City Skyline, which includes a number of Gothic architectural features, including a griffin, spires and a gargoyle.

An image of a medieval-style embellished banner for the United Operative Masons of Melbourne, Victoria. The banner commemorates the 8 hour day Labor Movement, with the 3 men around the triangle symbolising 8 hours of work, 8 hours of recreation and…

This black and white photograph held by the Powerhouse Museum portrays children participating in the Feast of Corpus Christi procession at St Patrick's Seminary at Manly, Sydney, in 1932. The annual Feast of Corpus Christi procession celebrates the…