Archive - Apr 8, 2008 - Story

Medieval "Chemists" found in Scotland

Archaeologists have discovered a 700-year-old chemists, an herb garden, which supplied the Soutra Hospital near Edinburgh, Scotland.

SCA Board of Directors Nominees as of March 2008

The Board of Directors of the Society for Creative Anachronism is seeking input on the current slate of nominees for Board positions.

Pictures from That Moot Thingy VIII and Rumble in the Forest II

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva shares photos from the Canton of Coille Stoirmeil's recent That Moot Thingy and Rumble in the Forest in the Kingdom of Northshield.

Ancient Colchester South Gate discovered

Archaeologists believe that they have discovered part of the South gate of the Roman wall at Colchester, Britain's oldest Roman town. The wall was destroyed in 1818.

Two join Order of the Pelican in Atlantia

At the February 5, 2008 University of Atlantia event, Her Majesty, Rowan Berran MacDowell, Queen of Atlantia invited one gentle into the Order of the Pelican and placed another on vigil to contemplate elevation.