Archive - Oct 13, 2004

Medieval Bestiaries

This week, Dame Aoife walks on the wild side with annotated links relating to medieval bestiaries.

Making Their Mark: the History of Ink

Sharon J. Huntington of the Christian Science Monitor looks at the history of ink from prehistory through medieval times and up to the nineteenth century.

Bytor Fitzgerald New Heir to Trimaris

Bytor Fitzgerald, inspired by his lady wife Cherish, was victorious in the recent Trimaris Crown Tournament.

Siege of Glengary:Aethelmearc Under Siege

(Cue dramatic news music) Now, live from the battlefield, reporter Laird Wulfric Grimbeald, Sheriff of Sylvan Glen, embedded with the AEthelmearc army, reports on the Siege of Glengary.

Count Maximillian Victor in Meridies Crown Tourney

Count Maximillian was victorious over Duke Boru in the finals of the recent Kingdom of Meridies Fall Crown Tourney.

Anglo-Saxon Brain Surgery Re-writes History Books

Medical history may need to be re-written after the recent discovery of a skull which shows signs of complex surgery.

Fall War College

Join the Barony of Sacred Stone and our Kingdom Warlord for a day of fighting, arts and sciences, and friendship.

Casual War II

We promise you a fun day of warfare on Saturday the 15th of November with fortress, field, bridge and woods battles. The order of battle will be decided by the fortunes of war and game play. The attackers win if they can take and hold the Baronial seat. (Siege engines are encouraged.)