Archive - Jun 15, 2007

Hautbois teaches history through music

Hautbois is an English musical duo that teaches history through music from the Middle Ages up through the 1940's.

AEthelmearc Crown Tourney photos

Ambrosius has posted an album of photos from the recent Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of AEthelemarc.

Vivat for Eleanora von Ratzeburg, Drachenwald's newest Pelican

Genevieve la flechiere reports on the elevation of Eleanora von Ratzeburg to the Order of the Pelican in the Kingdom of Drachenwald.

Chaucer's Moat Wall at the Tower of London is Uncovered

As Clerk of Works for London Tower, Geoffrey Chaucer oversaw the construction of a 14th-century wharf which was recently re-discovered along with 15th-century stone cellars and 16th-century majolica.

Middle Kingdom Grete Boke Online

The Middle Kingdom Grete Boke, a culmination of the efforts of many scribes and artisans over several years, is now displayed online.

English grocery store pamphlet features historic recipes

Jepa Kajepa reports that an English grocery store has produced a 12-page pamphlet which includes modern redactions of medieval recipes. The document is available online in PDF format.

"Awesome Talent with Bagpipes"

Street musicians carry their craft to the edge with a performance caught on YouTube of some drummers and a piper who can really play!