Archive - Jun 30, 2010

Medieval glass seminar at Corning Museum in October 2010

October 14-16, 2010, the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY, will play host to the 49th Annual Seminar on Glass. This year's topic is: Medieval Glass and Its Influence.

[ATE] Atenveldt War Collegium

Learn the stuff to help you at war! If you missed the Kingdom Collegium for what ever reason, here is your second chance to go to a collegium!

[ANS] Ansteorran Heraldic and Scribal Symposium

Come to the semi-regular, annual Ansteorran Heraldic and Scribal Symposium hosted by the Barony of Wiesenfeuer. Classes will teach all from non-herald/scribe to new herald/scribe to old timer. Invitations are being extended to our Calontir, Outlands, and Gleann Abhann neighbors as well. Come and learn and renew acquaintances.

[LOC] Lochac Rattan Symposium 2010

This workshop is being run seperately to the GSG event so its best to think of it as an optional extra to that event. If you require meals and accomdation you will need to book for both the Great Southern Gathering and the Rattan Symposium.

[LOC] Lochac Rattan Symposium 2010

The Shire of Arrowsreach and the Barony of Innilgard invites you to attend a unique opportunity to learn from two renowned trainers being His Grace Duke Havoc and Sir Mari. Having a female Knight presenter should also offer us all some obvious benefits and be of particalr assistance for female copmbatants.

[MER] Arabian Nights

We of the Shire of Arenal, on the most beautiful emerald coast of the majestic Kingdom of Meridies, shall be hosting our 18th Arabian Nights, the coming weekend of July 4th, 2010. We humbly bid thee to attend our event, and harken ye welcome unto our hearth and table, by which we shall savor the fruits of the weekend.

"Winning - and dying well" in Caid

Alex Goldsmith, Sports Director at Annenberg TV News in Southern California, visited the SCA's Pink Ribbon Rally event and posted a video on YouTube.

Birch bark manuscripts found in Novgarod

A school girl taking part in a dig in Novgorod, Russia has discovered two birch bark manuscripts and a medieval seal.

CSI: Middle Ages

The corpse was identified as royalty. Bones found in the Magdeburg Cathedral in 2008 proved to be those of a granddaughter of Alfred the Great: the Saxon Queen Eadgyth, the who died in the 10th century at the age of 36.