Archive - Mar 13, 2009

Drought may have brought down Angkor Wat

Historians have long debated the cause of the collapse of the ancient city of Angkor in Cambodia. Now, through the study of tree rings, they believe that the city was brought low by a massive drought.

Known World Handbook editor seeks contributions

Baron Kainin, Known World Handbook Editor-in-Chief and Deputy to the President, SCA, Inc., requests the submission of articles to be included in the new edition of the book.

Photos "showcase" Estrella XXV's Artisans' Showcase

Kuria Aurelia Chrysanthina Dalassene, Emergency Deputy to the Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences for the Kingdom of Atenveldt, shares an album of photos of the Artisans' Showcase at Estrella War XXV.

Re-enactor photos used to promote historical novel

SCA member Nan Hawthorn has used battle images of La Compagnie du Frankland in a short video promoting her new historical novel An Involuntary King: A Tale of Anglo Saxon England.