Archive - Feb 12, 2010 - Story

Pennsic 39 classes

Baroness Aldermoureis Ventzke, Class Scheduler, TH Lady Fiadnata ó Gleann Àlainn, Artisan's Row, and Baroness Catherine Aimee Le Moyne, Chancellor for Pennsic University 39, report that registration is now open for instructors to teach classes at this year's War.

Spartans battle pikemen at Wyoming college

Jerry Spaulding, who goes by the name Agamedes within the SCA, "got hooked" on the Middle Ages at the age of 15. Now he is a founding member of the SCA group at Eastern Wyoming College. Carson LeMahieu of the Torrington (Wyoming) Telegram has the story.

Roman bones show life of "disease and hard labour"

The discovery of a Roman grave in Weston-super-Mare, England last year has given experts insight into the life of 2nd-4th century Roman inhabitants of Britain. This particular man, aged between 36 and 45,  lived a life "defined by disease and hard labour."