Archive - Oct 2005 - Story
Submitted by dncngferrt on Thu, 2005-10-06 16:15
One of Europe's best-known and most popular medieval groups (they had a Top 20 album in Germany last month), Corvus Corax, will make their US debut at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire for two weeks in mid-October.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2005-10-06 14:13
Their Majesties Robin and Isabeau of the Kingdom of AEthelmearc have announced the combatants for the upcoming Kingdom Crown Tournament.
Submitted by thomasFlamanc on Thu, 2005-10-06 10:26
"We came, we saw, we raided!" Enjoy this photo album from the Ffair Raglan event, hosted by the Shire of Mynydd Gwyn at Raglan Castle in Monmouthshire, in September.
Submitted by Justin on Thu, 2005-10-06 07:07
Master Stephan of Durham, the Seneschal of Gleann Abhann, says that the new Kingdom's first Coronation has been rescheduled for November 5, 2005 at a site in Louisiana. The milestone event had been postponed indefinitely due to the devastation from Hurricane Katrina.
Submitted by khaentlahn on Wed, 2005-10-05 20:11
Kate Everson of the Community Press, an Ontario, Canada newspaper, reports on the SCA’s medieval faire at the Frankford Fish and Game Club on October 1.
Submitted by Justin on Wed, 2005-10-05 15:41
Lord Lazarus Dragonrider has passed away in the Kingdom of Ansteorra. A friend, Lord Robin of Gilwell, offers his tribute to Lazarus.
Submitted by Karen on Wed, 2005-10-05 09:06
"Titian and the Commander: A Renaissance Artist and His Patron" will be on display at the Getty, in Los Angeles, through February 5.
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2005-10-04 17:56
Catherine Lorraine reports that Duke Fabian Arnett von Schwetzingen was the winner of the recent West Kingdom Crown Tournament. He was inspired by Eliška z Jihlavy.
Submitted by ColyneStewart on Tue, 2005-10-04 10:28
The infamous pirate captains, Bloodfox and Willow, once again raided the coasts of Ealdormere! "Cap'n" Colyne Stewart was aboard one o' yer Jolly Roger ships, an' lived to tell the tale. Arrrr!
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2005-10-04 08:14
On October 14-15, 2005, Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri, will host a two-day medieval manuscript conference featuring speakers from all over the world.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2005-10-03 15:25
It's SCA 1, Mother Nature 0 as Signore Giudo di Niccolo Brunelleschi reports on goings on at the "It's All Greek To Me!" event held recently in the Shire of Deodar, Kingdom of Calontir.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2005-10-03 12:03
The 2002 fire which devasted part of Edinburgh's Cowgate district opened up a treasure trove for archaeologists with the discovery of hundreds of 15th century artefacts, making the site on a par with medieval sites in London and York.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2005-10-03 07:20
Lord Halv (Robert L. Schuster) has posted several albums of photos from the Battle of Hastings re-enactment held in Jefferson City, Missouri in September 2005.
Submitted by Milica on Sun, 2005-10-02 17:01
Da Vinci wasn't alone. Now Shakespeare appears to have a "code", according to a new book Shadowplay by Clare Asquith.
Submitted by Karen on Sun, 2005-10-02 12:35
"Masterpieces in Miniature: Italian Manuscript Illumination from the J. Paul Getty Museum" will be on display at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, through January 2.
Submitted by Milica on Sun, 2005-10-02 08:57
An herbal remedy used by 12th century Scottish monks may be resurrected as a modern appetite suppressant.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2005-10-01 17:12
A 16th century stronghouse, built during Northumbria's border wars with the Scots, will be saved thanks to an UK£80,000 grant from English Heritage. The structure is located on a working farm near Doddington, England.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2005-10-01 12:25
The skeletal remains of an Iron Age woman have been discovered in an ancient grave site near Copenhagen, Denmark. Believed to be from the 5th century, the woman was buried with her jewelry.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2005-10-01 08:52
The discovery of medieval foundations beneath Kirill Church in Kiev has both excited and frustrated researchers since the 12th-17th century remains were immediately covered to protect them from the elements.