Archive - Apr 7, 2009

Tunnel network found under Malta's capital

A series of tunnels, believed to have been constructed by the Knights of Malta, descendants of the Crusader knights, have been discovered beneath the Maltese capital of Valletta. Experts believe that the tunnels were built in the 16th or 17th centuries in defense of the city from Muslim attack.

New book on Tudor men's garb announced

Fat Goose Press has announced the recent publication of a new book on men's garb at the time of King Henry VIII. The book, The King's Servants: Men's Dress at the Accession of Henry VIII, was authored by Caroline Johnson.

College of King's Lake formally announced

At Crown Tourney, in the fair Shire of Thamesreach, their Excellencies, Dafydd and Chiara, Viceroy and Vicereine of Insulae Draconis formally announced the creation of the College of King's Lake.

[DRA] Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

The idea is to make a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela using as medieval gear as possible. In short, our " frame of reference" is romantic history as seen by the SCA. The trip will take a minumum of seven days, we will walk approximately 150 kilometers and this will cost (approximately) from 200€ to 500€ (depending how much you have to fly).

[ANS] Conflict at the Faire

Celebrate 30 Years of the White Scarf in the SCA at its Birthplace as the Baronies of Stargate & Loch Soillier host Conflict at the Faire or "Should Ramy Owe for what Ewely Et"?

Face of Mary Rose's bosun revealed

Forensic artist Richard Neave has reconstructed the face of the bosun of the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's flagship sunk over 400 years ago. The head was constructed from a skull recovered from the sunken ship and identified by the whistle found with his remains. (photo)

[EAL] War of the Trilliums V

Come participate in Ealdormerian Land Grab ( along the lines of Ealdormerian Tea having nothing to do with Tea, Ealdormerian Land Grab has nothing to do actually grabbing land that belongs to the Crown of Ealdormere.)