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SCAtoday.net is a news portal for those interested in the history of the Middle Ages, and the living history community (including the Society for Creative Anachronism) for that historical period.
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SCA anticipates upcoming "L-ebration"

Fri, 2016/04/01 - 1:33pm

Striving to be as period as possible, the SCA has renamed its upcoming anniversary event from "50 Year" to "L Year".

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Black Book of Carmarthen reveals its secrets

Fri, 2016/03/18 - 11:15am

The National Library of Wales has ghosts - but not the scary kind. These ghosts are images, seen only by using ultraviolet lighting, in the 750-year-old Black Book of Carmarthen, "the first Welsh text to include medieval figures such as King Arthur and Merlin," and the images are doodles and poetry added throughout the ages. (photos)

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Kingdom of Outlands hails new Crown Prince and Princess

Wed, 2016/03/16 - 5:50pm

The Kingdom of Outlands salutes Kolgrimr Olafsson and Danielle, the new Crown Prince and Crown Princess, following the Spring 2016 Crown Tournament.

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NYPL makes digital public domain materials fully downloadable

Thu, 2016/02/25 - 11:16am

The New York Public Library has made all of their digital public domain materials, including the Digital Scriptorum, downloadable in high resolution without jumping through any permissions hoops.

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First printed edition of Shakespeare plays & exhibit coming to all 50 states in the US

Mon, 2016/01/25 - 12:18pm

To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, The Folder Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., is sending out a traveling exhibit with copies of the first printing ("First Folio") of Shakespeare's plays from 1623.

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