Archive - Oct 24, 2011

Cultural Quirks of Fighting in An Tir, or, Musings on Why the Inspirational Equality Movement May Have Started Here

Ariel de Courtenay, one of the founders of the Inspirational Equality advocacy group, offers an opinion on what about An Tir's culture may have caused this movement to originate in that particular kingdom.

Prestwich family treasures found on York farm

Craig Best and Derek Greenwell struck paydirt in 2010 when the two metal detectorists discovered a gold signet ring and a pilgrim badge bearing the image of St George. The coat of arms on the ring indicated that it belongs to the Prestwich family of Hulme in Manchester. (photo)

Intricate silver and carnelian ring found in North Yorkshire

A 13th or 14th century ring was discovered near Ripon, England in 2010 by metal detectorist Lindsey Holland. The silver and carnelian ring is expected to be declared treasure, making it available to be acquired by a museum. (photo)

Photos from three AEthelmearc fall 2011 events

Augusto G reports that he has created several albums of photos from recent events which took place in the Kingdom of AEthelmearc. The photos are available on PhotoBucket.

Liam St Liam takes the plunge

Pennsic Independent photographer Liam St. Liam of the East Kingdom will take the plunge again - his eighth - for the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics New York.