Archive - Mar 31, 2012

Medieval healing spring to be excavated

St. Ann's Well, a medieval healing spring in Nottingham, England, has been scheduled to be excavated sometime in 2012. The site, under a demolished pub, was once believed to have magical healing powers.

Beheaded skeletons might be victims of royal decree

Dr Britt Baillie, from the University of Cambridge, believes that 54 skeletons discovered in 2009 at Ridgeway Hill in England were Viking mercenaries from the time of Aethelred the Unready. All remains were found beheaded "in an unusual fashion from the front."

Tam MacGrimm to be knighted in the Outlands

Her Excellency Elizabeth, Baroness of Fontaine dans Sable, reports that THL Tam MacGrimm has been placed on vigil to contemplate elevation to the Order of the Chivalry by Their Majesties Kynan and Gilliana of the Outlands.

Martin von Augsburg offered Knighthood at Gulf Wars

Gwyneth reports that Martin von Augsburg, of the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann, was offered elevation to the Order of Chivalry by Their Majesties Hiromoto and Kimiko at Gulf Wars.