Archive - Oct 1, 2005

English Heritage to Save Doddington Stronghouse

A 16th century stronghouse, built during Northumbria's border wars with the Scots, will be saved thanks to an UK£80,000 grant from English Heritage. The structure is located on a working farm near Doddington, England.

Iron Age Woman Found in Denmark

The skeletal remains of an Iron Age woman have been discovered in an ancient grave site near Copenhagen, Denmark. Believed to be from the 5th century, the woman was buried with her jewelry.

Silver Chalice: A Novice's Tourney

Calling all Novices Fighters & Artisans. Calling experienced Fighters & Artisans. The harvest season is upon us. Preparations are being made for a good winter. The Barony of Hidden Mountain invite's one and all to join us in the grand Tourney of Silver Chalice, where novice fighters, experienced warriors and gentles alike can put their skills and prowess to the test.

Endless Hills Baronial Birthday

Here's a riddle: When does eight precede seven? Well that would be the weekend before Seven Deadlies, When we celebrate our Eighth Anniversary as a Barony!

Medieval Foundations Reburied in Kiev

The discovery of medieval foundations beneath Kirill Church in Kiev has both excited and frustrated researchers since the 12th-17th century remains were immediately covered to protect them from the elements.