Archive - Sep 2, 2005

Bad Teeth a Medieval Myth?

Professor Wolfgang Arnold, from the University of Witten/Herdecke, believes that medieval peasants may have had better teeth than modern men because they chewed their food and ate raw vegetables.

Lasers Used to Study Scotland's Callanish Stones

A 3-D laser scan of Scotland's 5,000-year-old Callanish Stones shows advanced stone-working skills and a great understanding of astronomy.

Safe Havens and Veterinary Services Needed for Hurricane Katrina's Equine Refugees

Ashia Yother reports that shelter and veterinary services are desperately needed for equine victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Medieval World Would Offer Visitors a Chance to Experience the Middle Ages

A cross between Disney World and a Ren Faire, Medieval World, to be located in Fort Collins, Colorado, would be open all year offering an authentic living history environment for visitors of all ages.

A&S, East Kingdom Court Pennsic Photos Online

Kayleigh McWhyte has posted photos from Pennsic 34's East Kingdom Court, as well as many others from around the War.

A Breath of Fresh Welsh Air

Welsh expatriates longing for the smell of home can now buy bottled Welsh air on the internet for a mere UKĀ£24 per bottle.