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King Arthur did exist, but he was a general

I came across this very interesting article that speaks of the existence of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/king-arthur-legendary-figure-was-real-and-lived-most-of-his-life-in-strathclyde-academic-claims-10483364.html King Arthur: Legendary figure was real and lived most of his life in Strathclyde, academic claims Exclusive: Dr Andrew Breeze says … Continue reading

Royal Medieval Faire 2013

We were part of the Royal Medieval Faire once more, on September 21, 2013. It  was an amazing event with jousting, food, wares and special events. Viking history was the theme this year. Although the rain dampened things in the morning, the sun … Continue reading

The Celts have arrived!

We have received a new set of brass replicas in the Celtic tradition! Various crosses and circles featuring woven interlacing. They are historically accurate replicas of various crosses from numerous churches. St. Andrew, Lindisfarne, Mull, and Sterling, are just a … Continue reading

A Bit of History

“Put Your Knights Into Your Day…” In the days of olde, squires were usually invested (knighted) on special holidays or events. The Night Before (no puns intended) … The preparations would begin with: A special bath (pretty rare in those … Continue reading