Archive - Jul 21, 2010

Harald Bluetooth's palace found in Jutland

Archaeologists from Århus University have discovered the remains of 10th century wooden buildings which they believe are from the palace complex of King Harald Bluetooth, King of Denmark from 940 to 985, in Jelling.

Dragons in history

The Draconian.com website offers much information about dragons and dragon art. The site includes a History of Dragons Around the World which combines historic dragon legends with modern beliefs about the great beast.

SCA Board announces new officer placements

Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the Board of Directors, has announced several changes-of-office at the corporate level of the SCA Inc.

Volunteers still needed for Known World Children's Fete at Pennsic

Herrin Emeludt Haensler, Chancellor of Youth for the Kingdom of Atlantia, requests volunteers for the Known World Children's Fete at Pennsic 39.

Crazy about history in Oakhart

"Most people drive by, and some of them think we're kind of crazy," says SCA member Codie "Lord Wilheard" Dinwiddle about the weekly fighter practice in Springfield, Missouri's McDaniel Park. Doug Magditch of KSPR TV has the story. (photos)