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Scathach
("The Shadowy One" or "She Who Strikes Fear") Sgathach or Skadi. Irish/Scottish. Warrior woman and prophetess. The Goddess of martial arts. The destroyer aspect of the Dark Goddess. A great sword warrior and instructor. Patroness of...
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On the Job: Lucas Damen connects to the past at blacksmith's forge
He has been at the forge for eight months of what will be a five-year apprenticeship, learning the trade of a traditional blacksmith.
Kentucky State Fair to award blacksmiths
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A new award is available to blacksmiths who want to enter pieces in the Kentucky State Fair.
Horley blacksmith's 'scrap' sculptures create a sensation
Ms Naysmith learned her trade at Morton Morrell College, which has since ceased the blacksmithing course. She now has an apprentice with whom she is sharing her skills. “I owe a lot to my art teacher at The Warriner School, Paul Williamson, who ...
Guilford Art Center exhibit: Connecticut Blacksmiths, through March 10
Guilford: Guilford Art Center presents Connecticut Blacksmiths, an exhibition of works created by Connecticut-based blacksmiths and Guilford Art Center forge instructors and students. Works displayed will range from swords and knives to early-American ...
From sea cowboy to blacksmith
NORWICH - In the summer of 1946, George Richey, then a student at Muskingum College, got a call that a ship in Savannah, Georgia, needed cowboys to bring a load of donkeys to Greece. Richey had already been to Germany by that point to bring a ...

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