Archive - Dec 6, 2011

Slideshow tells story of Sudanese church

Archaeologists are working on the excavation of the 11th century church at Banganarti, in the Sudan. Live Science has created a slideshow of some of the finds during the excavation, and provides a 3-D view of the church. (photos)

New from The Tudor Tailor: The Queen's Servants

The Tudor Tailor, publishers and authors of books on re-constructing sixteenth century dress, have announced the publication of their latest book: The Queen's Servants: Gentlewomen's dress at the accession of Henry VIII by Caroline Johnson.

Anglo-Saxon burials reveal life of hardship

A 7th-8th century CE cemetery has been discovered during a patio renovation at a home in Warwickhire, England. The burials, probably part of a much larger cemetery, have revealed new insight about life for people in the Middle Saxon period.

SvartulvR Kåte elevated to Laurel in Drachenwald

Their Majesties Lief and Morrigan of the Kingdom of Drachenwald have elevated SvartulvR Kåte to the Order of the Laurel for his skill in the arts of the forge. The elevation took place in the city hall of Miltenberg am Main.