Archive - Jun 23, 2009 - Story

2nd century scandal at Vindolanda

Researchers studying the Vindolanda tablets, wooden documents detailing everyday life in Roman Britain, believe that five of the tablets show evidence of graft among public officials. (photo).

Photos from Ealdormere's first Coronation

While digging through old archives, Eirik Anderson discovered an album of photos taken at the kingdom of Ealdormere's very first Coronation. He has posted them on the Two Ravens website.

15th century Redbook?

While doing research on medieval romance tales, Canadian professor James Weldon made a fascinating discovery: the first women's magazine. The manuscript, known as Biblioteca Nazionale, produced on paper in 1457, is a fascinating collection of recipes and romances aimed at the female reader. (photo)

AEthelmearc Spring 2009 Crown Tourney final on YouTube

Olafr has posted a video shot by Lord Tigernach MacCathail of the final bout of the Spring 2009 Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of AEthelmearc. The video is posted on YouTube.