Archive - Aug 26, 2004

SCA, Inc., responds to Schragger conviction

The SCA's Assistant VP for Media Relations has issued a public statement regarding the conviction of Ben the Steward (mka Benjamin Schragger) on charges of child molestation.

Anglo-Saxon Princess On Display

The remains of a 6th Century Anglo-Saxon princess have been put on display as part of a £5m restoration of the Corinium Museum in Cirencester.

SCA Outreach at Worldcon

The Barony of Carolingia will be sponsoring SCA events at the World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) on Labor Day weekend. All members of the SCA who are attending the convention are invited to participate.

Stefan's Florilegium Updates for August

THL Stefan has provided a list of updates to the Florilegium for August 2004.

Day at the Liechtenauer Academy

On September 18th, Count Rhys of Harlech, fechtmeister of Die Schlachtschule ("The School of Battle"), will hold a seminar on halfsword and poleaxe techniques from medieval fechtbücher (fighting manuals) written by Johannes Liechtenauer, Hans Talhoffer, and Sigmund Ringeck, in addition to 'Le Jeu de la Hache.'

"In Its Own Light": A Night-Owl's View of Pennsic War XXXIII

Master Rowan's photos capture the look of Pennsic after dark, "when the SCA atmosphere is at its most effective and beautiful."