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Emily Guendelsberger, reporting from Pennsic 43

SCAtoday.net - Wed, 2014/09/03 - 7:40am

"I am surprised to find that my iPhone is able to give me directions to Cariadoc’s Path and Fletcher Road, an intersection that only exists two weeks out of the year. It’s like finding Brigadoon on GPS," writes Emily Guendelsberger in an article for the Philadelphia CityPaper. Guendelsberger attended her first Pennsic in 2014 as a guest of the Barony of Bhakail.

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Sackler Gallery presents Persian Calligraphy exhibit

SCAtoday.net - Tue, 2014/09/02 - 6:40pm

The Sackler Gallery in Washington D.C. will present Nasta'liq: The Genius of Persian Calligraphy beginning September 13, 2014. The exhibit will showcase Persian calligraphy from the 14th-16th centuries.

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Proposed Corpora Language Change

SCAtoday.net - Tue, 2014/09/02 - 7:15am

The SCA Board of Directors seeks commentary on a proposed Corpora language change recommended by the Laurel Sovereign at Arms.

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Protecting Ashby St Ledgers

SCAtoday.net - Mon, 2014/09/01 - 5:55pm

Tiny, deserted, medieval villages across the English landscape have been disappearing, moving English Heritage to recommend historical designation to preserve what is left. Now the government of Northamptonshire is taking action by proclaiming such villages "scheduled monuments."

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Practice in the Park Photos

SCAtoday.net - Mon, 2014/09/01 - 1:31pm

Master Caelin on Andrede reports that he has posted an album of photos from the Barony of Elfsea's June 5, 2014 Practice in the Park. The photos are available to view on Flickr.

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Roman and Iron Age coins found together in Derbyshire cave

SCAtoday.net - Mon, 2014/09/01 - 7:05am

1st century Roman coins and coins from Iron Age tribes should not be found together, but that is excatly what happened recently when a local found the treasure buried in a Derbyshire, England cave. (photo)

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Newcastle renovation reveals medieval secrets

SCAtoday.net - Sun, 2014/08/31 - 4:20pm

The development of a new commercial district in Newcastle, England has sparked interest in the medieval quayside life of the city, an area reclaimed from the River Tyne by the year 1400. Excavations have already uncovered a substantial sandstone wall and green-glazed pottery.

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US$8M needed to restore Timbuktu

SCAtoday.net - Sun, 2014/08/31 - 12:49pm

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) reports that US eight million dollars will be needed to reconstruct the damaged monuments and mausoleums of Timbuktu, Mali, and to return of over 300,000 collections of ancient manuscripts.

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Mar of Grimfells offered Knighthood in Calontir

SCAtoday.net - Sun, 2014/08/31 - 9:16am

The Falcon Banner reports that at Their Coronation Their Majesties Agamemnon and Gwen of the Kingdom of Calontir offered elevation to the Order of the Chivalry to Mar of Grimfells.

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Stefan's Florilegium updates for August 2014

SCAtoday.net - Sun, 2014/08/31 - 8:29am

THLord Stefan li Rous offers updates to Stefan's Florilegium for August 2014.

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Master Ioseph of Locksley passes away

SCAtoday.net - Sat, 2014/08/30 - 2:48pm

Master Ioseph of Locksley, modernly Joe Bethancourt, passed away on August 29, 2014 after prolonged illness. Master Ioseph was the tenth Laurel of the SCA and was well known for his bardic compositions and performances.

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Conservation plan for Battle of Northampton site approved

SCAtoday.net - Sat, 2014/08/30 - 12:03pm

"This year we are celebrating the rich and interesting story of Northampton and our nation. So it seems only fitting that we are looking carefully at how we can protect the site of one of the most significant battles fought on English soil," said Tim Hadland of the Northampton Borough Council about plans to preserve the Battle of Northampton site.

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Elevations offered at Northshield's Warriors and Warlords 2014

SCAtoday.net - Sat, 2014/08/30 - 8:33am

In Their Court at Warriors and Warlords, Their Majesties Siegfried and Elizabeth offered Elevation to the Peerage to a number of Their subjects. The Court took place July 12, 2014.

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Re-enactors endanger Battle of Hastings site

SCAtoday.net - Fri, 2014/08/29 - 5:12pm

Regular re-enactments of the Battle of Hastings witnessed by hordes of spectators may be endangering the archaeology of the historic site, but work by a team from the University of Huddersfield, led by Dr. Glenn Foard, is working to discover genuine artifacts from the battlefield.

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Calontiri elevated at Lilies War

SCAtoday.net - Fri, 2014/08/29 - 3:10pm

In June 2014, the Falcon Banner of the Kingdom of Calontir announced the elevation of several of the Kingdom's subjects by the hands of Their Majesties Martino and Ariel.

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New discoveries show Pictish heritage in Scotland

SCAtoday.net - Thu, 2014/08/28 - 6:33pm

The Romans called the people of the north the "Painted Ones" due to their woad body painting, but little is known about the Pictish civilization. Now archaeologists working in Scotland's northern highlands have found evidence that the area may have been the people's power center.

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Research links for English and Anglo-Saxon names and personas

SCAtoday.net - Thu, 2014/08/28 - 3:01pm

On his blog Wulfhere's Devices, Calontir herald Wulfhere of Eofeshamme offers help on researching English and Anglo-Saxon names and personas.

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Medieval fighting breaks out in Spain

SCAtoday.net - Thu, 2014/08/28 - 10:47am

BBC Magazine reporter Tom Holland was prepared to be disappointed when he attended the recent First International Medieval Combat Federation World Championships at Belmonte Castle in Spain. After all he'd been to re-enactments before, but he quickly changed his mind.

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Vlad rests in Italian soil?

SCAtoday.net - Wed, 2014/08/27 - 7:38pm

New research may show that the remains of Count Vlad Tepes, a.k.a. Dracula, may not be buried in romania, but in Naples, Italy. scholars from the University of Tallinn believe they have found evidence that the nobleman was "taken prisoner, ransomed to his daughter - by then safe in Italy - and buried in a church in Naples."

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Great Northeastern War 2014 photos online

SCAtoday.net - Wed, 2014/08/27 - 5:13pm

Brita reports that she has created an album of photos from the Great Northeastern War 2014, which took place recently in the Kingdom of the East. The photos are available to view on Shutterfly.

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