Archive - May 28, 2009 - Story

Roman vicus sheds light on the last days of Roman Britain

Archaeologists working on a Roman settlement near Bowes, England have discovered a vicus, an unplanned settlement on the outskirts of the fort dating to the 2nd to 3rd centuries, which would have been home to hundreds of people.

Nigel and Adrielle New Heirs to Ealdormere Throne

Viscountess Kaellyn mac Dermott reports that the winner of the Spring 2009 Crown Tournament in the kingdom of Ealdormere was Sir Nigel MacFarland. Sir Nigel was inspired in his endeavor by Baroness Mistress Adrielle Kerrec.

Pennsic Independent Seeking Review Materials

The Reviews Department of the Pennsic Independent is seeking new SCA-related CDs, books, and other works of art for review in the Pennsic 38 volume of the Pennsic Independent.

William the Marshal: Flower of Chivalry event photos

Aiden and Cathus have each created an album of photos from the William the Marshal: Flower of Chivalry event in the kingdom of Calontir.