Archive - Jun 2, 2006

Today in the Middle Ages: June 2, 1420

King Henry V of England married Catherine of Valois, the French king's niece, on June 2, 1420, in an effort to consolidate power over both nations.

Boudicca's Burial Site Found?

Archaeologists are pondering whether or not a burial site discovered near a McDonald's restaurant in Birmingham, England may be that of warrior queen Boudicca.

Martin von Lochner Victorious in Trimaris Crown Tourney

Sunniva reports that Martin von Lochner was the victor of the May 27, 2006 Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of Trimaris.

Pennsic Merchant Rebuilds After Fire

Your Innner Vagabond, the Pennsic merchant which recently suffered a devastating fire, will be selling online gift certificates to be redeemed at Pennsic in order to raise money to rebuild their business.

New York Gallery Explores Gothic Revival in USA

A new museum-quality show presents Gothic Revival furniture and architecture from 19th century America.

Iron and Ink Retreat

Iron and Ink is offered as a weekend retreat for the Artisans of the Inland's Region of Central AnTir. However, anyone and everyone who desires to join in and take part are most welcome.

Members of the Most Ancient and Noble Order of the Laurel who reside in the Inlands Region are expressly invited to attend and teach their preferred art and to encourage their apprentices in the same. We would like to request Members of the Order of the Jambe de Lion and other Inlands Area Artisans also to please consider teaching a favorite art form at this event. Location:
Shire of Ambergard (Ephrata, Washington)