Archive - Jul 19, 2003

Atenveldt Royalty Absent from Pennsic 32

A letter to the Atenveldt populace, posted on the kingdom email list, explains that Their Royal Majesties will not be attending Pennsic this year and that there will be no Atenveldt Royal Encampment.

Royal Armouries and Editions Harnois to Publish New Magazine

The Royal Armouries is co-publishing a new magazine, "Medieval History," with Editions Harnois.

Times Set for Pennsic Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Giulietta da Venezia, Silver Buccle Herald for the Kingdom of AEthelmearc, announced that times have been set for Opening and Closing Ceremonies at the Pennsic War.

An Tir to Choose Bardic Champion

Their Majesties of An Tir have announced Their intention to add a Bardic Champion to ranks of Kingdom Champions. This bard will be chosen September 26-28, 2003 in Wyewood.

Pre-War Edition for Pennsic 32

The Pennsic Independent Online Edition has released this year's installment of the annual Pre-War Edition.

Lost Treasures of the National Museum of Iraq

Archaeologist Clemens Reichel, project coordinator of the Diyala Project of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, will discuss the artifacts presumed lost from the National Museum of Iraq and explain what they tell us about Mesopotamian civilizations at a lecture on the evening of August 7 in Washington, DC.

"Sinbad" Movie Loses Arab Roots

National Geographic: The new animated "Sinbad" movie may delight children but it is not a delight to those familiar with "The Arabian Nights."