Archive - May 3, 2004

New Heirs to the Crown of Meridies

Jarl Ailgheanan and Lady Ashildr have become Crown Prince and Princess of Meridies.

Garick Von Kopke Wins Calontir Crown for Yasamin Al-Hadiyya

Duke Sir Garick Von Kopke defeated His Lordship Michael Nymandus in the final bout for the right to raise Viscountess Yasamin Al-Hadiyya as His Princess of Calontir.

Janos and Rachel New Heirs to the Throne in Atlantia

Janos, inspired by Rachel, was victorious in the May 1, 2004 Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of Atlantia.

Experience 17th Century Military Life at the School of the Musketeer

Ft. Mifflin on the Delaware will present the School of the Musketeer, May 8-9, 2004 with the goal of enticing re-enactors to try musket and artillery firing and pike handling.

Alaric Drake Triumphant in Ansteorran Crown Tourney

Ansteorra's fifty-first Crown Tournament was fought on a rainy day, but that did not dampen the valor of the contendors for the Crown.

Roman Trade Route May have Included Lost City of Muziris

Indolink: Archaeologists from Southampton University have discovered evidence of a Roman trade route to southwestern India and what may be the legendary city of Muziris.

Native Americans Refute Claim of Muslim Discovery of America

Washington Times: Audrey Shabbas, editor and author of the "Arab World Studies Notebook," has been forced to remove claims that Arab explorers were the first to discover the Americas.