Archive - Mar 23, 2005

Chaworth Roll Will Remain in England

A 14th genealogical roll written in Norman French was sold recently to a private collector, assuring that the manuscript will remain in England.

Gun Control Leads South Africans to Medieval Methods of Protection

Tighter gun control laws in South Africa are causing more and more South Africans to purchase medieval weapons for their own protection.

Push for Pennsic

The March of Norborough (Troy, OH) would like to extend an invitation to the merchants of the SCA to PUSH FOR PENNSIC, June 10-12, 2005 at the Miami County Fairgrounds in Troy OH.

Barhus Prize Presented in AEthelmearc

Patrikia Maria Agrissa and Baron Mord Hurtsson the Green have announced the winners of the 2005 "Barhus Prize for Best Documentation at the Ice Dragon Arts & Sciences Pentathlon", which was awarded recently at the Passing of the Ice Dragon event in the Kingdom of AEthelmearc.

Large Collection of Estrella XXI Photos Online

Cassandra Tomei has posted photos from Estrella XXI on her website.

Science News: Art Historian Discovers Secret of Venetian Color

Researchers have now verified the secret that made Venetian Renaissance paintings "appear to glow." Art historian Louisa Matthew discovered that artists traded ideas and materials with dye and glass-makers.

Warriors and Warlords XII

The Baronies of Jararvellir and Nordskogen are proud to announce our twelfth annual Warriors and Warlords event. It will take place Thursday, July 7 through Sunday, July 10, 2005 at the NCN North LLC Campground, north of Black River Falls, WI, in the beautiful Shire of Shattered Oak, Kingdom of Northshield. Our theme this year will be the Wars of the Roses.