Archive - Feb 28, 2010 - Story

Search on for St. Columba's Scottish monastery

Archaeologists from Orkney College are looking for the original 6th century monastery built by the Irish monk St. Columba on the island of Iona, off Mull in the Scottish Hebrides.

Burial a "glimpse into Sleaford's Roman past"

Recent archaeological finds in the town of Sleaford, England prove that the town "was a very large and important settlement in the Roman period." Among the discoveries were the skeleton of a 4th century woman.

William and Æringunnr first Prince and Princess of Insulae Draconis

Nerissa de Saye reports that Sir William MacBrennan, fighting for his lady wife Mistress Æringunnr Yrsudóttir, was the winner of the first Coronet Tournament in the new Principality of Insulae Draconis.