Archive - Mar 8, 2009

Robert the Bruce's palace found

Lost for more than 700 years, the palace of Robert the Bruce may have been discovered in Renton "a run-down area of West Dunbartonshire." Experts have found artifacts and foundations matching historic documents relating to the Bruce's home.

Request for comment from the Laurel and Wreath Sovereigns of Arms

The SCA's Lauren and Wreath Sovereigns of Arms are requesting comments from the membership on proposed changes to the rules for reserved heraldic charges.

Medieval waterwheel found at Greenwich Wharf

Excavations by the Museum of London archaeologists have unearthed the foundations of the city's earliest tide-powered waterwheel at the Greenwich Wharf. The structure has been dated to the 12th century. (photos)