Archive - Mar 7, 2007 - Story

Forensic photography used to determine color of ancient textiles

Archaeologists at the Ohio State University are using crime scene techniques to try to determine the color of ancient fabrics. Forensic photography can use ultraviolet and infrared light to look for stains or fingerprints. In this case, they are seeking the original colors of prehistoric Indian fabrics.

Estrella feedback forms

Maestro Diego de Marulanda al Nadil, Miastreas Deborah Inis Glas, and Baroness Alexandra de Le Mer Vert, autocrats for Estrella War XXIII, have announced that they are accepting comments regarding the recent War.

Morgan & Livia New Heirs to Atenveldt Throne

At the Atenveldt Crown Tournament, held March 3 in the Shire of Burning Sands (Yuma, AZ), Sir Morgan Crusadene Claymore and Lady Livia Alexandra Severa became the new Crown Prince and Princess of Atenveldt, defeating Sir Matthais Broussard la Caignon (called Keigan) and Mistress Morgana Quarry in the final round.

Winter issue of "Mead, Meat & More" available

ban-Ollaimh Cinniu ingen Cuthbaid, Editor of Northshield's Mead, Mead & More, has announced that the Winter 2007 issue is now available.