The above Newsletter has now been posted to all Ordnance Society members who have opted to receive printed hard copies.
The latest Newsletter is now available for downloading from the web-site PUBLICATIONS page and its password has been added to the “Ordnance Society Newsletter Passwords” file, on the same page. Hard copies will be posted to those members opting for printed newsletters early next week.
The Ho Group, an experimental archaeology group who meet in Denmark and who are committed to research into early artillery and gunpowder, announce their latest, exciting, venture and have invited Ordnance Society members to participate.
Their latest project is to construct a replica of a late medieval reverberatory furnace and cast cannon as close as possible to late medieval and early modern methods and techniques. To this end, they have built an experimental small-scale reverberatory furnace using early 16th century documentation and have invited us to the first, experimental, casting in May 2019.
See the ORDNANCE RELATED EVENTS page for details.
Another OS member has added his interests and contact details to the list on the MEMBERS ONLY page.
Two more Journals (Vols. 22 & 23) have now been added to the list available for download on the PUBLICATIONS page. They are password protected and have been added to the list of passwords available on the same page. These Journals are searchable by text and thanks are due to Steve Walton for sorting out the files.
A superb list of visits has been arranged by Neil Grant for 2019; and they are listed on the VISITS page.
The ORDCON Conference 2019 is being held on Saturday 23rd February at Hindlip Hall near Worcester – full details on the ORDNANCE RELATED EVENTS page.