Livia Petralia

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Resides:Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust
Status:active
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
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Awards & Offices

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Introduction

Livia Petralia first joined the SCA through the Shire of Hammerhold in the Kingdom of Meridies (now Gleann Abhann) in the 1998-99 school year. After a few more years inactive, Livia became active in the Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust in 2002.

Persona

A dilettante and a hedonist, Livia's primary pursuits are bookbinding and cooking. She strongly believes that the SCA is a hobby to be enjoyed with no reason for anyone to ever be told that they aren't good enough at what they do to play this game.

Awards

  • Salamander - Bhakail's Service award
  • Baronial Brewing Champion, Barony of Bhakail, 12/2011 to 12/2012
  • Award of Arms, 2/24/2007

Offices

  • Seneschal, Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust, 10/2013 to present
  • Deputy Seneschal, Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust, 1/2013 to 10/2013
  • Minister of Arts and Sciences, Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust, ?? to 9/2013

Guilds & Households

  • East Kingdom Stationers Guild
  • Blood Moon Clan

Event Staff

  • dayboard cook, Noisemakers IX, 4/12/2014
  • On-site instructor coordinator, Noisemakers VIII, 3/9/2013

Projects & Publications

  • Name of Project/Publication, Other info, mm/dd/yyyy
  • taught class on Improvisational Redacting of Apicius, EKU Collegium: A Day in the Guild Hall, 8/25/2012

More Information

Livia runs lunch socials, an informal Latin translating circle, occasional cooking workshops, and even more occasional bookbinding classes, within the Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust.

Livia owns a copy of Szirmai's Archaeology of Medieval Bookbinding [1] and will allow others to consult it by appointment

Bookbinding equipment (available for use by appointment) includes

  • large heavy-duty papercutter [2]
  • book press
  • leather paring knives and lithograph stone fragment (for paring surface)
  • handheld wood planes
  • period-appropriate glues and pastes

Cookbooks

  • "De re coquinaria" Apicius [3]
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