Archive - Nov 11, 2010 - Story

"Weirdest claim about the Middle Ages" contest winner announced

In October 2010, the Got Medieval blog ran a contest to discover the "Weirdest claim about the Middle Ages on Wikipedia." The winner has been announced.

Controversy continues over alleged theft of SCA member's article

Dona Illadore de Bedegrayne, mka Monica Gaudio, received a partial apology from Cooks Source magazine editor Judith Griggs, but the firestorm continued amid allegations (by others) of a pattern of bad behavior. A deeper apology followed, and Cooks Source has changed its editorial policy as a result of the incident.

12th century Royal Court possibly found in Abergwyngregyn

Archaeologists working on a site in Abergwyngregyn, North Wales may have discovered the remains of a Royal Court dating to the 12th century. The area has links to Prince Llewellyn.

Takeshi Reikoko winner of Cynagua Fall 2010 Coronet

Leohtulf reports that Takeshi Reikoko was the victor of the October 30, 2010 Coronet in the Principality of Cynagua, Kingdom of the West.