Archive - Jul 15, 2003

Britain May Have Had Lasagna Before Italy

AP: British researchers say that they have found a recipe for lasagna that dates back to the 1300s, before Italian chefs began making the dish.

Janet Backhouse to Speak at the Getty Center

Janet Backhouse, former curator of illuminated manuscripts at the British Library, will deliver a lecture related to the "A Taste for Flanders: Manuscript Illumination and the English Elite" at the Harold M. Williams Auditorium of the Getty Center in Los Angeles on July 24 at 7:00 PM.

Two Charged After Human Catapult Death

British police charged two men with manslaughter Tuesday following the death of an Oxford University student who was flung from a giant catapult.

Simonetta da Ravenna, Renaissance Short Story, Available Online

"Simonetta da Ravenna," a short story by SCAdian writer Agilmar von Sevelingen with illustrations by Lady Bridget, is now available for download online.

Czech Republic to Return Stolen Hebrew Manuscripts

The Czech Republic will return 34 Hebrew manuscripts, some dating back to the 13th century, to the Jewish Theologic Seminary in Wroclaw, Poland.

Meet the Peers in An Tir

Dame Arwen Lioncourt invites all the citizens of An Tir to meet the Peers of the Realm at the Coronation of Their Highnesses Gunnarr and Gabrielle July 18, 2003 in Blatha An Oir.

Medieval Treasures Added to UN's Heritage Sites

Of the 24 new sites added to UNESCO's list of heritage sites, several date to medieval times.

Middle Kingdom Has Another Newborn Citizen

Lord Phillip and Lady Jeann