Archive - Jun 26, 2009 - Story

A film from Down Under

Digger, from the Kingdom of Lochac, has produced a short film describing activities in the SCA, and posted it on YouTube. The video, Knght Shots, talks about heavy combat, but also other activities such as weaving and cooking.

New excavations at Stonehenge may prove site a place of sacred healing

It has been over 40 years since any significant excavation have been done at Stonehenge, but during the spring of 2009, that changed when Timothy Darvill, professor of archaeology at Bournemouth University, and Geoffrey Wainwright, president of the Society of Antiquaries of London, headed a new dig in the monument's inner circle.

St Sebastians Fair photos online

Archery ruled the day at the recent St. Sebastian's Fair in Hartshorn Dale in the Kingdom of the East. Cateline shares her photos of the event on Picasa.

Experts continue to debate mystery of Sutton Hoo

Archaeologists agree that the person buried at Sutton Hoo in East Anglia at the beginning of the 7th century must have been a king, but opinions differ on which king he was. New studies seem to indicate that the ship burial held Raedwald, King of east Anglia and King of the Britains.