Archive - Sep 5, 2011

[WES] Samhein

Celebrate the last harvest of the season and the coming of the dark times! The hobgoblins will be about making merry with the traditions of the season.

[ATL] Siege of Glengary XVI

Word has been carried in the wind. Atlantia will once again lay siege to the Shire of Sylvan Glen on September 23th – 25th, 2011 for the Silver Apple.

[MER] All Things Pointy

Come in and celebrate a day of archery, thrown weapons, spear fights, A&S, and feast!

[OUT] Defender Tournament

On Saturday October 15, 2011 the Shire of Aarquelle will be hosting its annual Defender Tournament to determine who will hold the honor and responsibility of the Aarquelle Defender titles for the coming year.

[DRA] Hunting Feast IV

There will be a Hunting Feast in Örehus again! It is with great pleasure that Örehus invites the fine lords and ladies of Nordmark and Drachenwald to come and enjoy our Hunting Feast with a lot of archery.

[LOC] Bordescros Birthday Feast & Royal Visit

Bordescros Birthday Feast & Royal Visit on 15/10/2011

Academy of Performing Arts 2011 photos online

Danielle of Tor an Riogh, in the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann, reports that she has created an album of photos from the Academy of Performing Arts. The photos are available on her personal website.

[LOC] Bacchus Wood

Come and enjoy an afternoon in the park and join Bacchus Wood in celebration of it's annual event. A tournament will be held to find the shires next defender and an afternoon tea will be provided. Bookings are not required but advising intent to attend would be appreciated.

[NOR] Danza Macabra

The lands of Italia are warm and welcoming, even when the dead are beckoning you to join them in their steps. No matter one's station in life, the Dance of Death unites all.

[EAS] Fete des Bois

The great Fete des Bois will be held this year on October first at the Notre-Dame-de-la-joie camp, in Nicolet. Under reserve that we have the required marshals, we plan to offer a list for combatants, a field for archers and a list for fencers.

"Involvement, commitment and dedication" in An Tir

Reporter James Williams of The Source Weekly (Bend, Oregon) was, at first, overwhelmed by the "strangeness" of the Shire of Corvaria's (Kingdom of An Tir) Harvest Tournament until he encountered media liaison Lady Oliva Magdalene DeHaro, who introduced him to the SCA way of life.

Devon discovery could "rewrite the history of the Romans in Britain"

The discovery of the largest Roman settlement ever found in Devon, England began when two metal detectorists found nearly a hundred Roman coins near Exeter. The find resulted in a geophysical survey which uncovered the large settlement.

Ancient farmstead may have supplied Roman troops

Archaeologists and volunteers in Sheffield, England have discovered the remains of a high-status Roman farm which, they believe may have provided "farm produce to the Roman supply network." The farm dates to the 2nd century.