Archive - Mar 8, 2008 - Story

Da Vinci Code fame brings financial boon to Rosslyn Chapel

Rosslyn Chapel, the 15th century C.E. Scottish church featured in The Da Vinci Code, reports a UK£1.35m budget surplus due to the stream of visitors who came to see the building depicted in the book and film.

Purloined map returned to Spain

A rare 15th century Ptolemy world view map stolen in 2007 from the National library of Spain has been discovered in a Sydney, Australia art gallery and returned to Spain.

Lupercalia in Northshield

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva recently attended Lupercalia in the Shire of Rivenwood Tower (Northshield). Her photos are now available online.