Archive - Jan 17, 2003 - Story

Miguel and Conal Crowned King and Queen of Ansteorra

The Medieval Times reports that Miguel de Oporto and Conal Alexandria O'Riordain have been crowned King and Queen of Ansteorra.

TRH of the East and Middle Respond to Pennsic Great Court Controversy

Their Highnesses Darius and Roxane of the East and Pieter and Nan Astrid of the Middle have written a letter in response to the cancellation of Great Court at Pennsic 32.

Monument Proves Existence of Jews in China

In 1489, the descendants of a group of Jewish merchants who travelled to Kaifeng, China, left evidence of their existance on a stone marker now displayed in the Municipal Museum of Kaifeng.

Modern Knights Templar Still Searching for Grail

independent.co.uk: A group of Knights Templar are using modern technology to search Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh for the Holy Grail.

Auto Accident Victim Improves

Gisela vom Kreuzbach, who earlier in the week was involved in an automobile accident with Master Thorgrim Steinarsonn, reports on his condition.

Battle Chariots Found in China

smh.com.au: Excavations for an expressway in China's Hubei Province have led to the discovery of a number of well-preserved, 2000-year-old chariots.

Society Treasurer Explains Need for Non-Member Surcharge

The $3.00 Non-Member Surcharge (or Member Discount) which has been levied on non-SCA members at events has caused a great deal of discussion. Master Tirloch of Tallaght, the Society Treasurer, explains why it was necessary.