Archive - Apr 18, 2006

11th Century Fatimid Gold and Silver Jewelry Found

A cache of gold and silver jewelry dating to 638-1099CE has been discovered in Ramle, Israel.

Saxon Village Excites Archaeologists

The discovery of the remains of a village dating from the late Saxon period in Southampton, England has researchers from Oxford Archaeology a buzz. Among the finds were glassware from Italy and Germany.

Iron Age Roundhouse Discovered in West Yorkshire

The remains of a 2,000-year-old Dotterill roundhouse were discovered recently by workers excavating for a village bypass. The site is near Bridlington, England.

Brie Tart

Summer Arts and Sciences Faire

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Summer Arts and Sciences Faire is approaching, and the Barony of An Crosaire invites all to observe the skills of Trimaris' artisans, and to learn from our talented teachers.

We will also be serving as the foster home, this year, for the ST. Georges Crested Helm Tourney, yet another venue for our creative spirits.

The Barony of An Crosaire welcomes all to Summer Arts and Sciences Faire on the weekend of June 30-July 1-2, 2006 Location:
Barony of An Crosaire (Spring Hill, Florida)

Today in the Middle Ages: April 18, 1480

Lucrezia Borgia, the daughter of a future Pope and his mistress, was born on April 18, 1480.

Middle School Students Learn About Life in the Middle Ages

T.M. Fasano of the Greeley (Colorado) Tribune recently spent the day with students from Tori Fogg's class at Windsor Charter Academy and members of Greeley chapter of the SCA.