1,000-Year-Old Padded Bra Discovered in China

Archaeologists have discovered a 1,000-year-old padded bra in a tomb in Inner Mongolia.

"Voices for Tolerance in an Age of Persecution" at the Folger

''Voices for Tolerance in an Age of Persecution'' will be on display at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, through October 30.

House Blacksword Offers Ealdormere Citizens Pennsic Challenge

Isabella Vanicelle, Deputy Commissar for the Ealdormere Commissariat, has announced a fundraiser challenge to raise money for the kingdom's program which offers support for fighters.

Macbeth Auditions to Take Place in Carolingia

Rhyd For-MacRae Productions and the Mummers of Carolingia (Boston, MA) will hold auditions for a production of "Macbeth" to be performed in November.

Warbands 2004 Photos Online

Raphe Cuthbert of West Dragonshire has posted photos from the Warbands 2004 event held recently in Insulae Draconis.

An Update on the Updates to SCAtoday.net

The first day was a little rocky, but hopefully things are better now. This article explains a little about the upgrade, why we did it, and what's planned for the future.

What if Monty Python Filmed "Lord of the Rings"?

SCAdians love Tolkien, and SCAdians love Monty Python. At last, someone has found a way to combine these two cultural treasures into a single artistic endeavor that will leave you breathless.

Atila's Excellent Roman Adventure

Sal Dunn: Sal Dunn, columnist for Snitch Weekly writes about Atila's romp through the Roman Empire in the 4th century.

Military Odyssey to Attract Re-enactors from Around the Globe

Military Odyssey, the world's largest multi-period re-enactors' faire, will take place in Detling, England August 28-30, 2004.

The Dumbek Revealed!

T'cos J'os reveals the "True History of the Dumbek" in a very tongue-in-cheek essay.

New Source for Latin Study Delights British Schoolchildren

The Cambridge Online Latin Project is giving thousands of British schoolchildren the chance to study Latin and making them enjoy the experience.

SCA in Iraq and the Middle East

With deployments of soldiers who are SCA members to Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries, Drachenwald hopes to form branches for them in the region.

SCA in Iceland and Norway

The Kingdom of Drachenwald is adding to its already large presence in Scandinavia with contacts in Iceland and Norway.

Major Upgrade to SCAtoday.net Site

We've upgraded the content management system (CMS) software on SCAtoday.net in a major way, to bring you new features and functions.

Caidan Queen

Kolfinna Kottr & Svana Laransdottir share photos from Queen's Champion recently held in the Kingdom of Caid.

American Madrigals to Entertain in Lochac

The Davis County Senior High School Madrigal Choir June 19, 2004 at the Winter Solstice Dance in Canberra. The dance is sponsored by Earthly Delights, a period musical group.

Roman Bath House Discovered in Kent

An archaeological dig in Kent, England has uncovered a Roman bath house.

SCA Builds Cardboard Piano

SCA, a Swedish packaging company, has built a cardboard piano complete with integrated circuits printed on paper.

Irish Viking Settlement Stunning Find

online.ie: Archaeologists hope that a new Viking site discovered near Waterford City may be "the historical find of the century."

Artisans Shine at AnTir Crown Tourney A&S Display

The Arts & Sciences were highlighted at the Kingdom of AnTir's recent Crown Tourney. View photos online.

Latin Classics Released by Project Gutenberg

Several Latin or Roman texts, including a guide to pronouncing Roman Latin is have been release by Project Gutenberg.

Updates for June

His Lordship Stefan offers updates to his Florilegium for June 2004.

Archaeologists Search for Secrets at 11th Century Castle

Evening Telegraph: England's historic Tutbury Castle is the latest subject of a dig where researchers hope to uncover clues to its royal past.

"Leonardo's Incredible Machines" Comes to the Science Channel

Contemporary engineers build and operate machines designed by Da Vinci in a Science Channel special presentation.

Yoda, Sam and Gollum Teach Non-Standard English

Author David Crystal claims that movie characters such as Yoda and Gollum are excellent examples of non-standard English usage to teach children.

Caidan Minister of Youth to Publish Children's Periodical

THLady Gwenllian Pengrych ferch Rhys, Minister of Youth for the Kingdom of Caid, has announced the publication of "Libellus," a trimester newsletter centered around children and their activities in the SCA.

Gabriel Michael Born in Barony of Bergental

Their Excellencies Kai and Michalene are the proud parents of a son, Gabriel Michael, born June 5, 2004.

Knowne World Heraldic and Scribal Symposium

Linette de Gallardon has announced that the 2004 Knowne World Heraldic and Scribal Symposium will be held June 25-27 in Owl's Reste (New Cumberland, PA).

Modern Vikings Retrace Ancient Route

Baku Today: A group of moder-day Vikings are re-tracing their ancestors' paths by sailing Black and Caspian Seas.

SCA Spawns "Hippy Chix," Belly-Dancing Troupe

Daily News Tribune: The Hippy Chix, a group of women brought together by the SCA, gather in Hudson, MA to enjoy Middle Eastern dance, some heavy metal music, and expressing their sensuality.