Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2004-03-05 18:17
Beacon Journal: Recycled printer cartridges with a prayer thrown in for free courtesy of LaserMonks a business run out of Wisconsin's Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Spring Bank.
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2004-03-05 15:46
The Known World Players will be holding auditions for a production of Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" which will be presented at this year's Pennsic War.
Submitted by Catriona on Fri, 2004-03-05 15:45
Concentrating on 5th Century Britain, the time between the Roman occupation and the Early Middle Ages, the Vortigern Studies, based in the Netherlands, investigates the events that helped to change the Britain of Rome into Saxon England.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2004-03-04 19:25
On February 21, 2004, "A Kid in King Cennedi's Court" took place in the Kingdom of Ealdormere. HRH Marion writes about attending the event.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2004-03-04 15:18
Mikhail Nikolaevich, Lilies War XVIII A&S Coordinator, has announced that the organizers will once again have an A&S area where artisans may exhibit and demonstrate their work as well as host competitions.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2004-03-04 13:31
A rare portrait of Catherine Parr by an unknown artist is now on display at Hever Castle in England.
Submitted by Milica on Wed, 2004-03-03 22:25
Dame Catriona Mac Duff, Deputy Mayor of Cultural Affairs for Pennsic 33, has announced several changes to class policies for Pennsic 33.
Submitted by Milica on Wed, 2004-03-03 18:34
His Majesty of AEthelemarc will have a new warrior in his ranks. St
Submitted by Justin on Wed, 2004-03-03 14:01
Gulf Wars, held in the Kingdom of Meridies from March 15 through 21, will add to its usual activities a Knowne Worlde Squires' Tournament.
Submitted by Justin on Wed, 2004-03-03 14:00
Viscountess Deirdre D'Argenteuil, OL, has posted her extensive photo albums from Estrella War 2004 A&S on the web.
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2004-03-02 23:35
Some linguistic experts are less than thrilled with the historical accuracy of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ."
Submitted by Catriona on Tue, 2004-03-02 17:51
How well do you know the reigns of the rulers of England? Explore the reigns of four different periods of British history through a game, putting contemporary portraits in the correct order.
Submitted by Aoife on Tue, 2004-03-02 06:20
This week Dame Aoife share links pertaining to lighting, medieval-style.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2004-03-01 23:07
Residents of Hereford in England had hoped for improvements to their road. Instead, an archaeological survey has found remains of a much older road - one dating back to Roman times.
Submitted by Justin on Mon, 2004-03-01 14:50
Burlington County Times: An Associated Press article reports that a total of eleven alleged victims are now included in the indictments filed against Lord Ben the Steward in Pennsylvania.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 2004-02-29 20:31
STL Today: The Saint Louis Post-Dispatch has published a feature article about a tournament held in the Barony of Three Rivers.
Submitted by Gwenhyfar on Sun, 2004-02-29 20:22
An exhibition of Japanese prints, scroll paintings, weapons, and artefacts which document the life and times of the Samurai is on display at the Art Gallery of Windsor.
Submitted by Karen on Sat, 2004-02-28 18:29
"Eternal Egypt: Masterworks of Ancient Art from The British Museum" will be on display at the Royal Ontario Museum through June 6.
Submitted by Karen on Fri, 2004-02-27 19:42
Goldberg: Early Music Vancouver will hold six early music workshops in July and August of this year.
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2004-02-27 19:38
Amateur archaeologists with a metal detector may have found Britain's earliest Viking ship burial, or so experts hope.
Submitted by Karen on Fri, 2004-02-27 15:57
This Is Nottingham: Metal-detecting hobbyist Thomas Wallace found a 14th century silver pendant inscribed with the initials A and W (likely a reference to the Alpha and Omega) in a field in Nottingham.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2004-02-26 23:06
National Geographic: In an article for "National Geographic," reporter Stefan Lovgren looks at new research that proves Vikings were into more than raping and pillaging.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2004-02-26 16:06
A 100-foot stretch of pipe, which once fed the Roman fort at Vindolanda, was unearthed recently and discovered to be still working.
Submitted by Aoife on Wed, 2004-02-25 13:17
This week Dame Aoife shares links dealing with the history and social customs of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Submitted by Karen on Wed, 2004-02-25 13:16
Sunday Herald: Dame Muriel Spark's new book puts forward the theory that Joseph Riccio, brother of David Riccio, was responsible for the murder of Lord Henry Stuart Darnley, Mary's second husband.
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2004-02-24 22:48
A public inquiry has been opened to study government plans to build a traffic tunnel under Stonehenge.
Submitted by Karen on Tue, 2004-02-24 22:48
St. Cloud Times News: Through first-hand research and hours of trial and error, Erik Schmid has accomplished something few people have: created accurate reproductions of historical examples of mail garments from the Medieval and Classical periods.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2004-02-23 21:56
Photos by Lord Steven of the recent Ymir event in Atlantia are now available online.
Submitted by Karen on Mon, 2004-02-23 21:54
The Independent: Archaeologists are working to uncover the remains of a medieval settlement, as well as an earlier Stone Age settlement, a short ways from the existing village of Dreghorn.
Submitted by Ceinwen on Mon, 2004-02-23 16:49
The medieval pest commonly known as the bedbug is making a comeback, thanks in part to increased travel.