Archive - Feb 6, 2004

Byzantine Medieval Hypertexts

Tatiana Nikolova-Houston contends that Medieval manuscripts are the hypertexts of the Middle Ages.

British House of Commons Debates Robin Hood's Birthplace

MPs in the House of Commons are arguing over the birthplace of Robin Hood, pitting the 19 Yorkshire MPs against four from Nottinghamshire.

Hunting the Wild Steel at Estrella

Lord Nytshaed, Rapier Marshal in Charge for Western Rapier at the Estrella War, sends the call to rapier fighters to band together under the banner of the West Kingdom.

Anglo-Saxon King's Tomb is Biggest Find Since Sutton Hoo

independent.co.uk: Archaeologists have found the intact tomb of a seventh century CE Anglo-Saxon king near the village of Southend-on-Sea in England.

Medieval Ruins Found in Japanese Waters

The Asahi Shimbun: Archeologists are studying the ruins of a submerged city, off the coast of central Japan, which may have sunk into the sea in the middle of the 13th century.