Archive - 2005

January 3rd

3rd Annual Day at the Medieval Faire Demo

The Shire of Kings Crossing is proud to announce that it will be having its 3rd Annual Day at the Faire Demo, which will be held from 11:00 until 5:00 on Saturday, February 19, 2005 at the Washington Mall in Washington, PA.

12th Night

It is my pleasure to announce the Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands' 12th Night event to be held on Sunday, January 9th, from Noon until 8PM at the Carnegie Mellon University Campus, University Center, Peter-Wright-McKenna Rooms (Pittsburgh, PA.)

Facelift Gives New Life to Coventry Castle

Caludon Castle in Coventry, England has been taken off the English Heritage National Buildings at risk list after a £33,000 facelift.

January 2nd

Harbor Dig Hopes to Find North Berwick's Early Roots

A major new archaeological excavation is taking place in North Berwick, Scotland, where last year researchers found a medieval cemetery. The new dig may reveal even earlier roots.

James Ossary Discoverer Charged with Forgery

An Israeli collector has been charged with forgery in the case of the "James Ossary," the burial box of the brother of Jesus.

January 1st

Pagan Artifact Destroyed in English Church

A mystery surrounds the destruction of a pagan carving which has resided in an English church for 800 years.

History of Roses Explored

Roses have fascinated gardeners for generations. This short article looks at the history of the flower.

"Life of Brian" Scene Voted Funniest Ever

John Cleese's famous rant "What have the Romans done for us?" in the Monty Python film The Life of Brian has been voted the funniest movie scene ever.