Archive - Aug 23, 2010 - Story

"Visible display of wealth" discovered at Nevern Castle excavation

Archaeologists are excited by recent excavations at Nevern Castle in Pembrokeshire, Wales, which have uncovered evidence of several 12th century buildings including two towers and a "highly desirable stone residence."

Researcher to document native Greenland language

A British anthropologist is going to live for a year with the Inughuit in Greenland in the hopes of studying and documenting their language. The Inughuit are the northernmost tribe of Inuits in Greenland and speak Inuktun, a non-written language that is considered a pure dialect of Inuit.

Til the Lucky to be knighted in Artemisia

Morgan reports that at the recent Castle Siege event, Their Majesties of the Kingdom of Artemisia placed THL Til the Lucky on vigil to contemplate elevation to the Order of the Chivalry.