Vol. XV, no. ix, September 2005
The next Workshop will be on
Saturday, October 1 at the Commander's
house! Open house and casual, 10 AM to 4 PM. I'll have the
usual el cheapo lunchy things, maybe a dash of frivolity, but don't
me to try to compete with JJ! Let me know if you're hoping to
particularly if you need directions. See you there!
The last time the Legion did an event which involved mainly hanging out in a lobby was our very first event back in 1992. So our little gig at the National Capital Model Soldier Society show was a bit of nostalgia. And very comfortable! There were plenty of modelers and gamers who were very eager to talk to us. For the sake of variety, I wore my Greek hoplite gear, Dan went Thracian, and Mike wore his new Republican era kit. We even got filmed by a Czeck TV crew! The show's organizers are hoping that we can do this again next year.
Thanks to Richard for running
the Fall Encampment on Saturday.
Apparently it was a learning experience! There were seven
that day, though the only one to return on Sunday was our Friendly
Barbarian, Steve Peffley. Sean and I joined him--we hadn't been
to attend on Saturday. Both days saw a good 50 visitors or more,
all very enthusiastic.
MORE DISTANT EVENTS
Rusty Myers would like to
remind everyone that Castra Romana will be
hosted by Legio VI in South Carolina this November. http://www.castraromana.com.
Legio XX members are certainly encouraged to attend, though we have not
yet participated as a unit. There is a new email group for
updates to which you can subscribe by sending a message to
[email protected] .
Ed Jadaszewski would like to
put out an invitation to a time line
event at "The Fort at #4" this September 24-25, 2005. The event
in Charlestown, New Hampshire on the New Hampshire/Vermont
The site is beautiful and reenactment-friendly, and they hope to make
an annual event. Suttlers and any kinds of period demos are also
and of course camping and campfires are permitted. For more
the website is http://www.fortat4.com
, and please contact Eric if you
From Jim Shea: "I was
hoping you might pass me on to
anyone that might be looking for Roman helmets. I have
I and Italic D. They are bigger sized and in good shape.
sell them both for $250. I also have a late spangenhelm for sale
for $100. If a guy wanted all three I'd do $325 plus actual
I can email pictures to you at your request." Presumably
are Deepeeka helmets. Contact Jim directly at eatyourveggies AT
netzero DOT com
October 1 --Monthly Workshop, at Matthew and Jane's house
November 5 --Monthly Workshop, probably back at the Moskeys'
December --Walk Through Bethlehem, Seventh-Day Adventist HQ
ADLOCVTIO is the Official Newsletter of the Twentieth Legion,
published on the Ides of each month. I am Quintus, aka Matthew
the Legion's Commander and Editor of the Newsletter, http://www.larp.com/legioxx/.