Archive - Dec 14, 2005

In-Fighting Threatens Church of the Nativity

Squabbling over repairs to the basilica commemorating the birthplace of Jesus may endanger the Church of the Nativity, according to Telegraph reporter Tim Butcher. He writes that the three Christian communities in charge of maintaining the church cannot agree on restoration methods.

Unmasking a vast conspiracy of heralds

Intrepid Atenveldt subjects bravely ventured from their home in the Shire of Windale into the nether planes, emerging from the murky depths with the Truth about what really happens to heraldic submissions.

Crosston Dance Ball 2006

Do you love period dance and are eager for a chance to dance the night away? Are you new to dance and want to give it a try? Do you have 12th Night garb that didn't quite get finished in time for 12th Night? Then this is your big chance to realize your dreams: come to Crosston Shire's annual Dance Ball and show off your finery while learning and performing popular period dances. A day of dance instruction led by our fabulous dance instructors will be followed by a sumptuous one-course feast prepared by Lady Chiara la Trombottiera, and an evening of dance to the sweet tunes of our wonderful live musicians.

31st Tourney of Ymir

So . . . ewe vant to be a Vyking . . . vell, vell, vell. Have ve got an event for ewe. Come join vit us, de Barony ov Vindmasters' Hill for a heapin' good, patootie freezin' time as ve assemble to do battle against de forces of Cold, Ice, Lethargy and pleasant smelling deodorants! Lots and lots and lots ov fighting vil ensue, along vith some good vittles and some vay cool artsy schmartsy stuff.

12th Century Window on Display

A 12th century window, an archaeological gem which gives an insight into the lost world of Merton Priory, has gone on display at the Museum of London.

Saltare Dance Collegium

Come one, come all! Saltare Dance Collegium is hosted this year by the Shire of Talmere, and will be located in Carrollton, Georgia. The event is January 14, 2006 and costs $14 for adults and $7 for children.

Rare Iron Age Burial Found in Scotland

Archaeologists have discovered the remains of an Iron Age warrior near Dunbar, Scotland. The grave is only the third such ever found in the country.