Archive - Nov 22, 2012

Leicester burials continue to mystify

The mysteries surrounding remains found under a Leicester, England car park continue with efforts to identify the bones of a woman found in the vicinity of those suspected to belong to King Richard III. Experts are puzzled at the burial of a woman in Greyfriars church, a male institution.

Two receive Laurels in AEthelmearc

Maistir Brandubh O Donnghaile, Silver Buccle Herald, reports that at Their Academy in the Barony of the Rhydderich Hael, Their Majesties Khalek and Branwyn of Aethelmearc, recognized the efforts of two of Their subjects with elevation and invitation to peerages.

Do-it-yourself recurve

Have the urge to build your own recurve bow but have no idea where to start? David Radtke can help you. In an illustrated, online article for American Woodworker, Radtke takes you through all the steps to creating a finished bow.