While excavating by the Thames River, a team of archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) recently discovered a rare, metal devotional, dating to the 14th century, depicting "the capture, trial and execution of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, political rebel turned martyr." (photos) The construction of a new vault for the Magna Carta at Lincoln Castle led to the discovery of a unique goose bone flute dating to Norman times.
While the flute was broken, a re-enactor muscian has created two replicas, one for display with the broken original and another to play.
Note that due to the nature of life, the universe, and where I live, this list is likely to be West-Kingdom-centric.
There is a glossary of terms in Spanish you may want to check out: -- An abduction is an activity that sometimes occurred at early SCA events, where a person was abducted by a fighter or fighters, who were then chased down by those who wished to.
The "abductee(s)" usually had previously given permission to be abducted (otherwise someone could be hurt, frightened, upset ...).
(photos) A team of archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen are investigating a remote sea stack off the coast of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to learn if it hosts the remains of a "very significant" Pictish fort.
Excavations have so far uncovered what is believed to be "the remains of a house, a fireplace and ramparts." will be offline for approximately two hours, beginning around p.m. During the outage we will be making changes to the virtual server hardware. Thank you for your patience.) Dr Christina Lee of the University of Nottingham may have made an astonishing discovery: an effective treatment for "Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) which is one of the most antibiotic-resistant bugs costing modern health services billions." Dr.