Archive - Jun 6, 2010

10th century burial mound discovered in Russian village

Local residents of Urvanovo Village, Russia, have discovered a 10th century burial mound. The residents were working on a broken water line on the when they found a variety of metal jewlery.

Rune stones bore multiple messages

Swedish rune stones conveyed their meanings to their contemporaries in more ways than just through text, new research claims.

Early music society offers youth summer camp

The San Francisco Early Music Society will offer an early music summer camp for children August 1-6, 2010 at the Crowden Center for Music in Berkeley, CA. The camp has a Three Musketeers theme and will be directed by Tish Berlin.

Face of a 14th century knight revealed

State-of-the-art technology has been used to reconstruct the face of a medieval knight whose skeleton was discovered beneath Stirling Castle in Scotland. (photo)

West Kingdom Crown Tourney videos online

Aeschine reports that she has posted a number of videos from the March 2010 Crown Tourney in the Kingdom of the West. The videos are available on YouTube.