Archive - Oct 31, 2011

Own an ancient English Monument

For a mere UK£30,000, interested parties can purchase a two acre site in Driffield, England containing Moot Hill, where archaeologists believe an 11th century motte and bailey castle may have stood.

The search for the Stirling Roman road

The site of the new visitor center at Bannockburn, Scotland may hold more history than just the battlefield. Archaeologists are looking for evidence of a Roman road which is believed to have run through the site.

SCA Legal Committee calls for volunteer legal professionals

The SCA Inc.'s Legal Committee is seeking new volunteers from the modern-world legal profession.

Peerages offered at An Tir Crown Tournament

THL Angharad Albanes reports that several Peerages were offered and Peers made at the recent Crown Tournament of Their Majesties Thorin and Dagmaer of the Kingdom of An Tir.

Release #2 of the SCA Census is available

The Census Committee of the Society for Creative Anachronism has announced the second release of data from the 2010 Census.

The William Blackfox Awards - A.S. 45

Society Chronicler, Countess Honor of Restormel , has announced the winners of the A.S. 45 William Blackfox Awards. The awards are given for excellence in the production of SCA newsletters.