Archive - Aug 15, 2004

Caitlin of Enniskillen to Stand Vigil at Pennsic XXXIII

Their Royal Majesties of Meridies, Wernerhus and Lailiane, have asked Lady Caitlin of Enniskillen to stand in vigil for elevation to the Order of the Laurel at Pennsic XXXIII.

TV viewers select 15th century sites for 'Restoration'

British viewers of the program 'Restoration' have selected the Old Grammar House, built between 1434 and 1460 in Birmingham, and the Saracen's Head, built in 1492 in the nearby village of Kings Norton, to be restored with a grant of over 3 million pounds (over US$5.5 million).

Iron Age Woman with Rings on her toes - Mystery

Archaeologists have yet another mystery to solve, with the discovery of the burial of an Iron Age woman with rings on her toes.

Pennsic Independent Web Edition -- Sunday, August 15

SCAtoday.net's partner site, the Pennsic Independent presents the first daily web edition for Pennsic 33.

Book bag reveals the education of ancient Scotland

Archaeologists have discovered that an extremely rare leather artifact, thought to be 1400 years old, was actually a satchel for books.