Knights Order of Lion Rampant

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Knights Order of Lion Rampant

Subject

The Abbey Museum, archery, armour, art, Brisbane, chivalry, combat, cosmetics, costume, festival, food, helmet, heraldry, illuminated manuscript, jousting, knight, Knights Order of Lion Rampant, living history, performance, Qld, Queensland, Queensland Museum, re-creation, re-enactment, shield, spear, sword, tournament, website.

Description

Knights Order of Lion Rampant is a living history group based in the Brisbane suburb of Lutwyche. The group were founded in 1991 and focus on the culture of chivalry, especially that surrounding tournaments, that existed in western and central Europe at the end of the fourteenth century. Although there is a focus on the clothes, weapons, and combat associated with tournaments, the group also engage in other activities and have staged a Latin Mass and conducted research into medieval cosmetics. They have also collaborated with the Queensland Museum and The Abbey Museum on a museum exhibition. Knights Order of Lion Rampant performs at various Queensland events.

The logo for the group is a heraldic lion rampant on a shield, and their website features images from medieval illuminated manuscripts.

For their website see http://www.knightsorderlionrampant.com/index.html

Creator

Knights Order of Lion Rampant; Kaja at Blood Doll Designs

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Knights Order of Lion Rampant

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Citation

“Knights Order of Lion Rampant,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed March 27, 2017, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/1265.