Archive - Oct 26, 2011

Important Viking site in Ireland confirmed

Archaeologists working on the excavation of a Viking village in Louth County, Ireland are calling it "one of the most important Viking sites in the world." The site is believed to be where the Vikings brought their long ships for wintering and repair.

Two placed on vigil in Artemisia

Osondrea and Lady Fiametta da Trastevere report that, at Their recent Crown Tournament, Their Majesties Ronan and Clare placed two of Their subjects on vigil to contemplate elevation to the Order of the Pelican.

Chinese archaeological excavation gives insight into Liao dynasty

For the first time, Chinese archaeologists are getting the opportunity to mount a large-scale investigation of the Upper Capital of the Liao dynasty. The first structure excavated was the Qiande Gate of the royal city.