Schragger Arraigned in Lehigh County Court

Morning Call: Ben Schragger, the former East Kingdom Dean of Pages accused of sexual misconduct with minors, was formally charged on December 17.

Photogenic Viking Needed: Long Hours, Great Exposure

The History Channel is looking for one good Viking-to-be for a television series to be filmed in Anacortes, Washington.

Tasty Medieval Morsels for the Holidays

Dame Aoife gets in the holiday spirit this week with links for medieval baked goods.

The Barbarians are Coming!!!

History Channel: The History Channel announces a photo/essay contest to promote a new series called "The Barbarians are Coming," premiering January 2004.

Northshield's First Coronation to Take Place in Silfren Mere

Aubrey and Anne, Their Stellar Highnesses of Northshield, have announced the dates and sites for Northshield's first Coronation and second Crown Tourney.

Thousand-Year-Old Church Saved

A campaign to save the 1,000-year-old St. Lawrence's Church from demolition for a new airport runaway has been successful.

Palace Ghost Caught On Camera

No it's not Great Ceaser's Ghost! There's some speculation over exactly who's image was caught on film at Hampton Court Palace outside of London, but insider's say it is not a Christmas joke.

Victorian Weapons Act - Swords and Crossbows Not to be Prohibited Weapons

After review, the Victorian Department of Justice has elected not to include proposed amendments to the Weapons Act which would have made swords and crossbows Prohibited weapons.

Innilgard Winter A&S Collegium Photos & Class Notes on CD

Lady Katerina da Brescia has announced that a CD containing photos and class notes from the second Innilgard Winter A&S Collegium in the Kingdom of Lochac is now available on CD.

Atlantia to Choose New Royal Bard at 12th Night

Their Majesties of Atlantia will be choosing a new Royal Barb at the upcoming Kingdom Twelfth Night celebration January 10, 2004 in the Barony of Windmasters Hill.

New Exhibit on 13th-14th Century Illumination at the Getty

"The Glory of the Gothic Page" will be on display at the Getty Museum, in Los Angeles, California, through March 7, 2004.

Miniature Equestrians Sought in AnTir

Aeschine Gearranach has announced that AnTir's 12th Night A&S Display will be the scene of the Miniature Medieval Equestrian Costume & Equipment Contest.

17th Century Indonesian Coins Found on the Banks of the Thames

Guardian Unlimited: Ninety rare 17th century coins from Java have been found buried in mud on the banks of London's River Thames.

Atlantia Subject Killed in Auto Accident

Lord David of Crannog Mor, also known as Lord David the Kitchen Help, was killed in an automobile accident December 15, 2003.

"Warrior of Lattes" Discovered in Southern France

A 2500-year-old stone sculpture depicting an armored warrior has been unearthed in southern France.

St Catherine's Fair Photos Online

Photographs from the recent St. Catherine's Fair in the Kingdom of Lochac are now available online.

Announcement of Second Annual "Barhus Prize"

Baroness Mairi ni Raghaillaigh and Baron Mord Hrutsson the Green will once again be offering the "Barhus Prize" for best documentation at the Ice Dragon A&S Pentathlon in March in the Barony of the Rhydderich Hael.

March Madness Meets Kitchen Wars in Oertha

Alaskan SCAdians are planning to warm up the northern climate with cooking and fighting at March Madness Meets Kitchen Wars March 6, 2004 in Anchorage, AK.

British Businessman to Lead Archers in Second Battle of Agincourt

Don Baggs, an amateur historian from Monmouth, south Wales, wants to disrupt plans to build a windfarm near the site of the Battle of Agincourt by leading his own army of archers.

Kent Couple Finds Iron Age Hoard

A hoard of coins dating from 150 BCE was discovered recently near Maidstone, England by a couple using a metal detector.

SCA Board of Directors Meetings Scheduled

Here are the scheduled dates for the next year's SCA BoD meetings, courtesy of the SCA President, Meg Baron. Meetings are open to the populace.

Images of Lochac's November Crown Available Online

The Kingdom of Lochac's November Crown Tourney was held in the Barony of Aneala. Gwynfor Lwyd shares his photo album of the event.

Israeli Group in Need of Fencing Instructor

Yehoshua ben Haym haYerushalmi, Seneschal of the new shire forming in Israel, is seeking help to train fencers in the shire.

An Tir Bids Farewell to Gerhard Kendal of Westmoreland

Gerhard Kendal of Westmoreland, Knight of the Society and Baron of the Lions Gate in AnTir, who died December 16, 2003, is remembered by his SCA family.

Help Sought in Locating Stolen Musical Instrument

A rare medieval horn was stolen from a resident of Atlantia. His friend in the Midrealm has published a letter describing the instrument, and seeking help in recovering it.

Welsh University Undertakes "Lord of the Rings" Research Project

A professor at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, along with volunteers from around the world, will soon be canvassing film-goers for their responses to "Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King."

Monarchs and Leaders

Learn British history the easy way with the BBC's "Monarchs & Leaders," an interactive website that covers the country's history from "the Angevins to the Windsors."

Hugh and Theresa Invested in Stormhold

At the recent investiture, Sir Hugh and Lady Theresa became the new Baron and Baroness of Stormhold in the Kingdom of Lochac.

William Marshal Tourney and Feast Photos Online

Photos of the recent William Marshal Tourney and Feast, and several other recent Lochac events, are now available on the World Wide Web.

Robert d' Ardrieu to Face Challenge in Free Scholar Prize Fight

Lords Caradoc de Tisbury, Nemet Arpad and Cernac of the Kingdom of Drachenwald have announced that Lord Robert d' Ardrieu will face three Free Scholars December 13, 2003.