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The Kingdom of Atlantia

(Image courtesy of Rachel Ost)

A regional branch of the
Society for Creative Anachronism 

Atlantia is an inclusive community dedicated to education, research, and the re-creation of pre-seventeenth century skills, arts, combat and culture.

The lives of our participants are enriched as we gain knowledge of world history through activities, demonstrations, and events.

Atlantia’s lands include all of: Maryland, the District of Columbia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia; as well as a small portion of Georgia.

SCA Core Values

  • Act in accordance with the chivalric virtues of honor and service in all interactions with SCA members and participants.
  • Be a responsible steward of SCA resources.
  • Deal fairly with others, and value and respect the worth and dignity of all individuals.
  • Practice inclusiveness and respect diversity.
  • Promote a safe and respectful environment for all SCA members and participants.
  • Act with transparency, fairness, integrity, and honesty.
  • Maintain a harassment-free environment in SCA spaces.
  • Avoid behavior that reflects adversely on the SCA or other SCA members and participants.

SCA Policy on Harassment and Bullying

Featured Works

Kingdom Positions Available

The great Kingdom of Atlantia is in search of applicants for two key positions:
* Kingdom Bid Committee Coordinator
* Kingdom Chatelaine

Information on the positions can be found at the Atlantia Volunteer Page

The deadline for submissions for both positions is May 2nd 2024

University of Atlantia

June 8 – 9 2024. Visit the University of Atlantia page for more information!

The University of Atlantia is dedicated to the advancement of learning in the Kingdom of AtlantiaSCA, Inc. 

Degrees presented by the University of Atlantia are not awards of the Society for Creative Anachronism or any of its branches and do not convey SCA precedence. We are therefore pleased to be able to offer degrees to qualifying students and faculty across the Knowne World.

Historical Women’s Studies

Facebook group link for SCA Women's Studies Unnofficial

Browse a curated list of research materials for historical gender studies: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1JQLAUAY1JTNM

Covid Policy

Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events. By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks. You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary.

Board Resolution – Amendment to COVIDSafe Policy effective 1 December 2022

Unlike a Renaissance Fair, SCA activities aren’t just something you come to watch, they’re something you actively do.

You’ll learn about the clothing of the period by tailoring and wearing outfits. Learn about combat by putting on armor and competing against opponents. Learn about brewing by making (and sampling) your own meads and ales.

And there are many more subjects to learn about, including armoring, archery, cooking, heraldry, metalwork, music, dance, calligraphy, woodworking, and fiber arts. 

  • A scroll presented in court
  • A collection of vegetables and herbs
  • Archers on the line, firing their bows
  • Pots boiling over a fire
  • A golden laurel leaf circlet in the woods
  • Stones painted with the image of Spike
  • Armored fighters engaged in battle
  • A person playing a musical instrument
  • Two rapier fighters, engaged in combat
  • Glowing hot metal being worked
  • Throwing axes embedded in their targets
  • Two rapier fighters, engaged in combat
  • Members of House Honey Badger displaying their heraldry
  • An award scroll as presented in court
  • A loom in use
  • Yarn bundled for sale
  • An illustrated book which appears to instruct the reader in martial activities
  • An assortment of needlework art
  • A bowl and pitcher, ready for ceremonial use
  • An archer, bow in hand, arrow loosed at their target
  • An adorable corgi enjoying afternoon court
  • Three pots of coffee produced in a medieval style
  • A metal necklace of linked shields displaying heraldry
  • The Queen of Atlantia, tossing a stuffed pig
  • A round table of brewers, sharing their meads
  • Fountain pen in hand, writing script on illuminated paper
  • A castle at night, heralding flags raised, illuminated by lantern light

This site is maintained by Noble Owain Weale, please direct any issues or questions to webminister@atlantia.sca.org or use the contact form