Archive - Mar 7, 2006

Bringing Cornish Castles to Life on World Wide Web

Students from three Cornish schools today supported the Royal Cornwall Museum's (in partnership with English Heritage) new initiative to develop an exciting interactive learning experience today in Truro.

Ages of War

The Shire of Silfren Mere (in the Kindom of Northshield) and the Shire of Heraldshill are sponsoring a weekend of War. And no better weekend than Memorial Day weekend (May 26-29)! I'm sure many of you will be wanting to get some "practice" camping in before Lilies, or just jonesing for more after Gulf Wars...so what a more perfect opportunity than to join our Northern brethern in a weekend of inter-Kingdom fun.

Looking at the Face of the Bard

New research may prove that a death mask found in Darmstadt, Germany in 1842 may actually be that of William Shakespeare.

Calontir Heraldic Scribal & Dance Symposium

The College of Bellewode is proud to announce the upcoming Calontir Heraldic Scribal and Dance Symposium. Once again held on the campus of Truman State University, in Kirksville, MO. The Symposium will be held in Barnett Hall this year.

Vandals Hit 15th Century Baptistry

Vandals (modern-day) attacked the 15th century baptistry at Madron over the past weekend, causing damage to the structure of the ancient building just four months after major restoration began.

Photos from Hertzkreig Online

Lachlan reports that an album of photos from the recent Hertzkreig event in Svaty Sebesta have been posted to the Unofficial Northshield Photo Gallery.

Germanic Weapons Found in Czech Town

A treasure trove of Germanic weapons dating to the 2nd century C.E. have been discovered near the Bohemian town of Chomutov. The 22 rusty iron shield handles and sword tips were discovered by a hiker who found them "uncovered in a quiet grove."