History Alive: A Journey Through Time

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History Alive: A Journey Through Time

Subject

Brisbane, carnival, dance, event, Fort Lytton National Park, History Alive, living history, Lytton, market, QLD, QLHF, Queensland, Queensland Living History Federation, re-enactment, tournament

Description

History Alive: A Journey Through Time is a re-enactment weekend event held by The Queensland Living History Federation (QLHF). The event is held at Fort Lytton National Park and features re-enactment groups covering the period from the Roman Empire to the Vietnam War. Within this broad time frame are a number of groups who focus on the medieval period, and the main arena at the event hosts a 14th century tournament. As well as martial displays in the arena, there are also market stalls, displays by local historical groups, and dance.

Creator

Queensland Living History Federation

Date

8 January 2012

Rights

Queensland Living History Federation

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Citation

“History Alive: A Journey Through Time,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed August 22, 2019, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/714.