Archive - Feb 2, 2004

One Blog's View of the SCA's History and Culture

Disinformation: Disinformation, a blog calling itself "the gateway to the underground -- news, politics, conspiracy, and weirdness," has published an article by an ex-SCAdian comparing SCA counterculture with other "fringe" groups of society.

Trimaris Part of "Deep Impact" Comet Exploration Mission

Ainfean inghean Risdeag reports that citizens of the Kingdom of Trimaris, as supporters of the "Deep Impact" mission, have received a certificate verifying that the Kingdom will be named on the spacecraft.

Student Finds Key to Roman Soldier's Life

Cincinnati Enquirer: Sharonville, Ohio student Robert Stephan recently discovered treasure in the vaults of the University of Michigan: a store of forgotten papyri chronicling the life of a young Roman soldier.

SCA Librarians Discussion List

Anna de Byxe has announced that there is a discussion list available designed for librarians in the SCA.

New Book Quashes Myths of Sistine Chapel

Beacon-Journal: "Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling," a new book by Ross King, does its best to debunk the myths of how the Sistine Chapel was created.