Atenveldt Welcomes Newest Citizen

M'lord Sean Christopher Lyon was born July 7 to Mistress Magdelen Venturosa and His Lordship Simon MacFee.

Donations May Help Save the Woodchester Pavement

The Woodchester Pavement, a replica of the Great Orpheus Roman Pavement found at Woodchester Church, is on temporary display at Prinknash Abbey, near Painswick, England. Donation are being solicited to help purchase the pavement for its permanent home.

Stolen Byzantine Icons Returned to Cyprus

Several hundred early Christian Byzantine artifacts which were stolen 30 years ago have been returned to the Republic of Cyprus.

Pennsic Independent Changes Location

The Pennsic Independent will be in at a new location this year.

Atlantians Enjoy Tournament of Chivalry

Lord Berwyn has posted photos from the recent Atlantia Tournament of Chivalry.

Peer Fear: A public service announcement

Mistress Eleanor, President of the Hug-a-Peer Foundation, has offered a few words of advice on the gentle art of caring for SCA Peers.

Da Vinci doodles brought to life: Leonardo's genius on display in hometown museum

The main attraction of the Leonardiano Museum, in Vinci, Italy, is a model of a self-propelled vehicle based on a drawing that Leonardo da Vinci created in 1478.

New Award in Ansteorra

From the BlackStar comes a proclamation from Their Majesties: The Charter for the Award of the Sable Shield of Ansteorra

Medieval St. George Discovered in Llangattock Lingoed

A life-size painting of St. George dating from the Middle Ages has been discovered in St Cadoc's Church in Llangattock Lingoed, South Wales.

Advisory for SCAdians Travelling in Lochac

Meg Baron, President of the SCA, has published an announcement from a representative of the BoD of SCA Australia, concerning travel with medieval weaponry within the Kingdom of Lochac.

Pennsic class schedule online

Mistress Chai, Class Co-ordinator for Pennsic War XXXIII, has announced that the class schedule is now available online.

Tip of the Tente Postponed Due to Flooding

Rébeca la Chienne, Seneschal, La Grande Tente, has announced that Tip of the Tente scheduled for July 10-11, 2004, has been postponed due to flooding of the Cedar River.

Spamalot Heads to Broadway

Spamalot, the musical version of "Monty Python's Holy Grail," is headed for Broadway in February 2005. David Hyde Pierce, Tim Curry and Hank Azaria will star.

Non-Medical Volunteers Needed for Pennsic Chirurgeon's Point

Volunteers with no medical or first aid training will again be in great demand at the upcoming Pennsic War's Chirurgeons' Point and at the battles.

Medieval Club Remains True to Times

Another smalltown local newspaper, The Hawk Eye, has the SCA featured. This time, the Incipient Shire of Flinthyll (Burlington, IA) was the group being recognized.

Stefan's Florilegium Files for July

Stefan is working hard to convert all 1800 of the Florilegium files to a new data format, but still found time to add a number of new items this month.

Sniper Kills Ansteorran in Iraq

An article from the Austin American-Statesman reports that Second Lieutenant Brian Smith, a former Austin, Texas lawyer known in the SCA as Friedrich von Konigsburg, has been killed in action in Iraq.

Magazine Article Features SCA Combat Archery

Primitive Archer magazine sent a reporter and photographer to cover the combat archery activities at Pennsic War XXXII.

Villa of Roman Aristocrat Discovered in Dorset

The large estate of a wealthy Roman named Anicetus has been discovered in Dorset, England.

Light Armour Jousting in Ealdormere

Anne von Talstadt, Baroness of Ben Dunfirth, reports on the recent competition at the Canadian Light Armour Jousting Championship in Moffat, Ontario.

Lochac Midwinter Coronation Photos Online

William Castille has posted photos from the recent Midwinter Coronation of Draco and Serena in the Kingdom of Lochac.

A New SCAdian for Lochac

Creag and Morwenna, Baron and Baroness of Aneala in the Kingdom of Lochac, have announced the birth of their daughter, Rose Elizabeth.

Canton Repository: Life in the SCA

Staff reporter Edd Pritchard of the Canton Repository got a chance to learn about life in the Middle Ages - and the SCA - when he visited the Marche of Alderford recently.

SCA and ''Inherit the Wind''

A 1990 performance of Inherit the Wind, marking co-author Jerome Lawrence's 75th birthday, was disturbed by noise from a nearby SCA fighter practice. "Jerry was hard of hearing and heard 'creationists' when he was told that the noise was 'Society for Creative Anachronists,'" said Alan Woods, director of the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute at Ohio State University.

Painting of 10th Century Saint Discovered in Tewkesbury Church

A wall painting of an Anglo-Saxon Saint dating from the 10th century has been discovered at Deerhurst Church near Tewkesbury, England.

The Return of Boadicea

Queen Boadicea, in all her glory, is back in not one but four new films.

"Northmen" to Invade Movie Screens

The wave of movies with medieval themes continues with announcement of the release of Renny Harlin's The Northmen, a history of those nefarious seafarers.

Saalburg Fort Shows Life in Roman Germany

Visitors to Saalburg's reconstructed Roman fort get a first-hand view of what life was like for a Roman soldier in 3rd century Germany.

Glass Armlets Discovered in East Linton Dig

Fragments of two glass armlets dating to Roman times have been discovered near East Linton, England.

"Long Man" Chalk Drawing Newer than Originally Thought

The "Long Man", a figure drawn in chalk on a hillside near Eastbourne, England, may be much newer than experts previously had believed.