Archive - Aug 25, 2007

Czech ditch unique in Central Europe

A unique wood-reinforced, medieval ditch has been discovered near Prague, Czech Republic. Experts believe the ditch dates to the 13th or 14th century.

New Laurels in Ansteorra

Brian O'hUilliam reports that at the recent Steppes Artisan event, Their Majesties of Ansteorra elevated Melisinde de Barcelona and Katharyn Rose Oliver to the Order of the Laurel.

Dark Ages medicine found to be "enlightened"

Christina Lee, co-organizer of the second conference on Disease, Disability and Medicine in Early Medieval Europe, believes the Dark Ages weren't so dark, at least when it comes to medicine. Heather Whipps of LiveScience has the story.

Welcome to the newest member of Gleann Abhann

Her Royal Highness, Kenna, Crown Princess of Gleann Abhann writes: "It is my happiest honor to welcome Tiberius Alexander Ziemer to the world, born recently to Mistress Anyeta the Wanderer and Sir Luther von Ziemer (Becky and Chris Ziemer)."