Archive - Oct 25, 2005

Armor exhibit opens in Columbus, Ohio

"Age of Armor from the Higgins Armory Museum" will be on display at the Columbus Museum of Art through January 1.

New exhibit on books of hours at the Getty

The Getty Museum in Los Angeles has two new exhibits on medieval books of hours on display. "Painted Prayers: Books of Hours from the Morgan Library" and "A Masterpiece Reconstructed: The Hours of Louis XII" will both run through January 8.

Master Johan von Traubenburg passes.

Leifr Hjalmsson and Hrefna in heppna, Steven Jensen and Raven Fagelson, report that Master Johan von Traubenburg has died in the Kingdom of AEthelmearc.

Rowany Yule

Rowany Yule will be held on Saturday 3rd December at the Imar Community Hall in Burwood. Hall opens at 6:00 PM.

Late Season War

The Baronies of Westermark and Darkwood proudly present "A Late Season War" to settle a dispute about the repute of which Barony has the best tushies, til the point is moot.  Our respective Baroness' Chiara and Liesl disagree on this matter. Among other things. Therefore, all are called to help clarify matters most obscured. (Please, all jokes PG-13 or better, there will be children present.)

Runestone Collegium

Come take a class, teach a class or just spend the day with your friends. Join us in The Canton of Crois Brigte for a day of sharing knowledge at The Barony of Sacred Stone's Runestone Collegium.

Stowe Faire II: the Revenge of the Elephants

We had such a great time, we're gonna do it again! Feel free to contact the Stewards with any ideas for collegia - what you can run and what you would like to see run and if you can merchant on the weekend.

Hannibal v. Rome

On Sunday October 30, 2005, the National Geographic Channel will present Hannibal v Rome a two-hour epic story of "an African warrior who would dare to challenge the impossible and shape the course of human history."