Archive - Sep 5, 2005

Archaeologists Studying Turku, Finland's Ancient Capital

A team of archaeologists has begun excavations around the cathedral church in Turku, once the capital of Finland. The original church was built there in 1300.

Medieval Russian Texts Rated "R"

Archaeologists were recently surprised to find several pieces of birch bark near Veliky Novgorod in northwestern Russia inscribed with profanity.

Night Photos Convey Pennsic Magic

Anyone who has ever been to the Pennsic War knows that the true magic of the place only happens at night. A photo album by Rowan gives some feeling of Pennsic after dark.