Archive - Sep 14, 2007 - Story

14th century Christian necropolis found in Bulgaria

Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered 15 tombs dating to the 14th century near a medieval fortress in Kardzhali, Bulgaria. Experts believe the graces may have been from defenders of the rock sanctuary of Perperikon which fell under siege by the Turkish emir Orhan in 1362.

Balingup Medieval Carnival photos online

Andre reports that he has posted a small album of photos from the recent Balingup Medieval Carnival which was held in late August in Balingup, Western Australia.

Canadians and American share event in Montana

SCAdians from both sides of the border met recently for the Shire of Windegate's annual event in Shelby, Montana. Terrell Cotterell of the Shelby Promoter had the story.

Take the Librarian's Challenge

"Do you know someone named Cooper, or Fletcher, or Chapman, or Wainwright? Do you know how those surnames originated? Have you, at some point in your Society career, acted as a gonfalonier, a cordwainer, or an arkwright?"

Edric Aaron Hartwood victor of Caid Crown Tournament

Broichan maqq Kyna reports that Duke Edric Aaron Hartwood was the winner of the recent Crown Tourney in the Kingdom of Caid.