Archive - May 3, 2012 - Story

St. Johns skeletons prove to be Vikings

In 2008, 37 skeletons were discovered buried at St John's College in Oxford, England. Once believed to have been victoms of the 1002 St Brice's Day Massacre, the remains are now believed to be Viking raiders.

Ceidhle, a report by Deke, the Fierce Hound Hunter of Calontir

Deke, Fierce Hound Hunter of Horrible Flying Flies (with the help of Jenna of Southwind Hall), gives a dogs-eye-view on Ceidhle, an event which took place April 21, 2012 in the Shire of Dun Ard.

12th century Persian poem receives modern artistic treatment

The Conference of the Birds, an epic Persian poem written by Farid ud-Din Attar in the 1100s, is being published as an artistic version of a graphic novel. The poem was adapted by Czech illustrator Peter Sis.

Estrella War Lost and Found

Lady Bethia Somers, Acting Kingdom Sheriff, Kingdom of Atenveldt, has announced that she has inventoried and posted photos of lost and found items from Estrella 2012.