Archive - Jul 10, 2003

Byzantine Cistern Discovered in Nazareth

A 1,000-year-old Byzantine cistern has been discovered near a Christian shrine in Nazareth.

Exhibit on Bronzes of South India Opens at the Cleveland Museum of Art

A new exhibit, "The Sensuous and the Sacred: Chola Bronzes from South India," is being shown at the Cleveland Museum of Art from July 6 through September 14.

Roaring Wastes Welcomes Newest Midrealm Fighter & Artisan

Territorial leaders Baronesa Iasmin de Cordoba and Shugo-daimyo Kamiizumi Munenori wish to formally announce and heartily welcome the newest child born in the Barony of Roaring Wastes and the Middle Kingdom.

Atenveldt Issues New Financial Policy for Feasts at Kingdom Events

The Atenveldt Kingdom Financial Committee has issued a document with guidelines for estimating feast attendance and costs for Kingdom-level event bids.

The Magna Carta, a Challenge to Today's Democracy!

Boston Review: "For eight centuries the Magna Carta has been venerated. "It was born with a grey Beard," Samuel Johnson said." However, an new application has been found for this dusty old document.