Archive - Jan 25, 2010 - Story

Computer technology to be used to read inscription on Roman altar

Two experts from the University of Mainz in Germany are using the latest computer technology to try to decypher the "invisible" inscription on a 3th century Roman altar. The stone was discovered in the River Tyne in 1672, but has never been legible. (video)

Broken pipes wreak havoc with medieval remains in York

A broken water main near the medieval burial site in York city centre washed human remains into the street on Christmas Day. The flooding occurred next to All Saints Church, where parisoners have been buried since the Nomrna Conquest.

Kainin Tepesa offered elevation in Ansteorra

Brian O'hUilliam reports that, at the recent Steppes 12th Night event, Kainin Tepesa was offered elevation to the Order of the Pelican by Their Majesties Owen and Ginevria of the Kingdom of Ansteorra.