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Vigil board by Meestress Annetje van Wœrden for Mistress Philadelphia Brown, River Wars 2014

Vigil board by Meestress Annetje van Wœrden for Mistress Philadelphia Brown, River Wars 2014

This marks the 4th week of #MedievalMonday ‘s via various social media platforms. We have already seen participants reach thousands of users over multiple networks, and have seen posts from a half dozen Kingdoms across The Society.

Today I’m posting just a select few of the posts Easterners have made over the last 4 Mondays.

What is #MedievalMonday you ask? It’s a hashtag campaign taking place via Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram.

MM Scroll

A scroll by Mistress Eva Woderose

What is the goal of the #MedievalMonday campaign? It’s goal is to have fun, while sharing some of the cool photos, articles, and videos highlighting the best parts of our shared Medieval hobby. When posters make their posts public, these photos and other items can be re-shared, liked and commented on, and increase awareness of our hobby.

How can I participate in the #MedievalMonday campaign? It’s super-easy! If you would like to post, just make a public post of a photo of a medieval object you’ve recreated, that you took at an event, or share a video of your favorite medieval song on youtube, or your favorite go-to medieval recipe with a link. Then in that post, type “#MedievalMonday” and hit post! It’s that easy, and can be done on any major social media platform.

Tudor Rose Etched Copper Coins by THL Muin maqq Minain

Tudor Rose Etched Copper Coins by THL Muin maqq Minain (Photo by Lord Martyn de Halliwell)

I don’t have anything to post, what else can I do? Even easier than posting, just search “#MedievalMonday” on your choice of social media platform, and voila, there are posts! Like posts you appreciate, comment on ones you truly enjoy, and re-share public posts that you want your social media circles to see.

Look below for even more #MedievalMonday posts by Easterns:

 

Stained Glass by Meestress Annetje van Wœrden

Stained Glass by Meestress Annetje van Wœrden

Toefl Board by Lord Aurddeilen ap Robet (Photo by Baroness Ysmay de Lynn)

Toefl Board by Lord Aurddeilen ap Robet (Photo by Baroness Ysmay de Lynn)

Ceramic Pitcher by Dame Brunissende Dragonette

Ceramic Pitcher by Dame Brunissende Dragonette

A Silk-Painted Banner at an Event (photo by Lord Lorenzo Gorla)

A Silk-Painted Banner at an Event (photo by Lord Lorenzo Gorla)