A hearty welcome to one and all to the website of the Principality of the Summits, the southernmost lands of the Kingdom of An Tir.

The SCA is a practical history society, recreating the arts and skills of pre-17th century Europe. While dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, you can experience tournaments, royal courts, feasts, and dancing. You also have the opportunity to learn and practice ancient arts and skills — calligraphy, cooking, armoring, metalworking, carpentry, and needlework (to name just a few) — within an all-ages social group. The SCA is a great place to make friends and learn transferable skills.

SCA - The Dream


News and Announcements

Congratulations to Master Piaras mac Toirdhealbhaigh and HL Milisandia filia Willelmi filii Roberti for their selection as the first Crown Representatives of An Tir for the Barony of Glyn Dwfn! Huzzah!

Milisandia and Piaras


With today’s announcement that August events, along with September Crown, are cancelled, you may be wondering what is happening with September Coronet.

At this time, we are continuing to plan for September Coronet as if it will occur as scheduled.  We are also making plans on what to do if Coronet can not be held as planned.

Please join us on the evening of July 21st and we’ll share a few stories, answer any questions you may have, and provide the latest updates.

Prince Kenric, Princess Dagmar

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Kingdom of An Tir,

As Interim chair of An Tir’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council, it is my pleasure to announce that the Honorable Lady Aenor de Pessac will be stepping in as our official chair effective immediately. I will continue on as a general member of the Council. It has been an honor to serve the Kingdom as Interim and I look forward to continuing to work on the Council under Aenor’s leadership.

Hear the words of the new chair of the EDI Council:

“Greetings, An Tir, I am Aenor de Pessac, your new EDI Council Chair. The mission of the EDI Council is to promote the values of inclusive excellence throughout the Kingdom. My goal as the new chair is to support the populace and the members of the Council in working together to achieve that mission. My modern background is in project management, and this experience paired with my deep personal commitment to equity and inclusion are what made me interested in doing more for our Kingdom and our Society. As chair, I want to increase the communications and transparency around the work and role of the council. I also want to improve the awareness and accessibility of the resources and support provided by the Council. It is critical that we all play a role in ensuring the Dream is available and accessible to everyone, for this is how we will keep the Dream alive not just for ourselves, but for future generations.”

You can find information about the Council at:

Webpage https://www.antir.org/our-people/council-of-equity-diversity-and-inclusion/



Yours In Service,
Baroness Genevieve Choue