Archive - Oct 28, 2010

Berryfield Mosaic removal and conservation underway

"The main trouble is getting it through the door," said Nick Barnfield, project conservator with Cliveden Conservation, about the removal of the Berryfield mosaic at Colchester Castle, once the dining room floor of a 2nd century Roman townhouse.

[ATE] Barony of Atenveldt Yule

Are you looking for something fun and different to do to spice up your winter season?  Looking forward to the drums of the upcoming War?  Well, look no further.

[EAL] Saint Valentine's Day Massacre II

The Incipient Canton of Swans Keep kindly sponsored by the Canton of Caer Draeth, proudly presents
SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE II

[ATL] Holiday Faire

Come join the Barony of Stierbach for a day of Shopping, Heavy and Rapier fighting, Shopping, Archery, and more Shopping. Make Holiday Faire your One Stop Shopping for all your 12th night must haves.

[NOR] Hadrian's Feld

Our new event has been busily in the works and we now have information available for the populace! We hope to see you all there!

[MID] Royal University of the Midrealm

The Canton of Rokkehealden cordially invites you to the Royal University of the Midrealm November 20, 2010.

[CAI] Dreiburgen Anniversary

My Lords and Ladies, the time approaches when the Barony of Dreiburgen celebrates our 36th Birthday! Please join Their Excellencies Bryce and Fionna and the Populace of Dreiburgen on Saturday, October 30, 2010.

Re-enactors meet for Battle of Hastings anniversary

Each year, re-enactors gather on the fields of Hastings, England to re-create the 1066 Battle of Hastings in Battle where King Harold was defeated by William, Duke of Normandy. (slideshow)

Photos from Holy Pail 2010 online

Danielle reports that she has created an album of photos from Holy Pail 2010, an event which took place recently in the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann.

Early medieval hospital found

Archaeologists working at the site of a former Leper Hospital at St Mary Magdalen in Winchester, England believe the hospital may date to the 11th century, making it the earliest known hospital in Britain.