Archive - Feb 13, 2009 - Story

"Good" penny returns to Malmesbury Abbey

An 11th century silver penny stolen from Malmesbury Abbey has come home. The coin was stolen in June 2008 from a display case in the abbey. unscheduled outage

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Mists Investiture Pictures

Lord Martin of Rivenstar reports that he has posted an album of photos from the Principality of the Mists Fall 2008 Investiture.

Coins from the Eburones tribe found in the Netherlands

A metal detector hobbyist has discovered a hoard of over 100 Celtic coins dating to the 1st century B.C.E. in a corn field near Maastricht, Netherlands. The coins are believed to have been created by the Eburones, a Germanic tribe.

Two offered elevation at St Swithin's Bog 12th Night

THL Matilda Bosvyle de Bela Acqua, Silver Buccle Herald of the Kingdom of AEthelmearc, reports that His Majesty Christopher chose to offer peerages to two of His subjects at the recent St Swithin's Bog 12th Night event.