List of historical reenactment groups

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This is a list of Wikipedia articles on notable historical reenactment groups.

Name Real world location Period Earliest year portrayed Latest year portrayed Speciality
Company of Saynt George   Switzerland,  France,  UK,  Sweden,  Austria,  Italy,  Netherlands,  Belgium,  Denmark,  Poland,  Czech Republic,  Germany Middle Ages 1470 AD 1480 AD Living history, artillery, black powder
Company of the Wolf  Australia Middle Ages 1250 AD 1490 AD Combat reenactment, living history
The English Civil War Society  UK English Civil War 1642 AD 1651 AD Combat reenactment, living history
Ermine Street Guard  UK Roman army 50 AD 200 AD Combat reenactment, living history, TV and film work, education work, research
Historia Normannis  UK  France  USA Middle Ages 1100 1215 Combat reenactment, living history
Historical Maritime Society  UK Modern 1805 AD 1945 AD Combat reenactment, living history, naval
The Medieval Siege Society  UK War of the Roses 1350 AD 1490 AD Combat reenactment, living history, artillery, black powder
Nova Roma  US,  Canada,  Mexico,  Brazil,  Argentina,  Italy,  France,  Spain,  Portugal,  UK,  Germany,  Hungary,  Romania,  Finland, and  Sweden Ancient Rome Education, Roman religion, living history
Pax Romana  Netherlands Ancient Rome 28 AD 320 AD Cohors XV, Classis Germanica, Batavian civilians, gladiator combat reenactment, Roman cavalry, Late Roman army, living history, education, film and TV work
Regia Anglorum  UK,  US,  Canada Early Middle Ages 850 AD 1100 AD Combat reenactment, living history, educational visits, film and TV work
The Sealed Knot  UK, (links with  Germany and  Czech Republic) English Civil War, Monmouth Rebellion 1642 AD 1685 AD Combat reenactment, living history, educational visits, film and TV work
Society for Creative Anachronism  US,  Canada,  Australia,  New Zealand,  Europe,  Israel,  South Africa,  Japan,  South Korea,  Thailand Early Middle Ages to Early Renaissance None (official); 600 AD (unofficial) 1600 AD Combat re-enactment, period arts and sciences, living history
The Vikings  UK,  US,  Canada,  Netherlands,  Ireland,  Italy Vikings 793 AD 1066 AD Combat reenactment, living history, educational visits, film and TV work
Vikings of Middle England  UK Vikings 793 AD 1066 AD Combat reenactment, living history, educational visits, film and TV work

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