Archive - Apr 21, 2009 - Story

Landscape tells historical story in English countryside

A spring walk in the English countryside can be a history lesson for careful observers. The Time Team's resident landscape archaeologist, Stewart Ainsworth, offers hints on "How to read landscapes like an archaeologist."

New York celebrates Henry Hudson's discovery of New Amsterdam

In commemoration of the Henry Hudson's 400th discovery of the City of New Amsterdam, the Museum of the City of New York will present “Amsterdam/New Amsterdam: The Worlds of Henry Hudson,” an exhibition of 275 artifacts housed in a replica of the hull of Henry's triple-masted ship. The exhibit runs through September 2009.

Silver Buccle Herald issued Writ for Pelican

On Saturday April 18th at Their Coronation, Their Majesties Maynard and Liadain of AEthelmearc issued a Writ to THL Matilda Bosvyle de Bellaqua, Their Silver Buccle Herald, for elevation to the Order of the Pelican.