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Newsletter of Insulae Draconis
AS LVII Volume 30, Issue 04
From their Highnesses
Eularia et Alexandre, Princepissa et Princeps Insularum Draconis, omnibus ad quos presentes literes pervenerint salutemus! ...
From the Seneschal
The Fens here have been somewhat soggy of late, to the point I might have needed to call in the Insulae Draconis Navy for help. If it continues like this, we can have Dragon Boat races at Ormthing. ...
From the Chronicler
Greetings, friends! ...
This is a court report for Autumn Crown Tourney 2022. Autumn Crown Tourney 2022 was organised by Depedene under Wychwood. ...
So just when is Easter?
The Christian festival of Easter, which celebrates the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, is celebrated at some point in March or April. As the date varies, it is what is termed a ‘moveable feast’. In Period there were a number of different ways of calculating this, and the calculations varied across Europe. How it has changed was simultaneously a matter of politics and of astronomy. ...
The origin of the Ormþing
In the Principality of Insulae Draconis, there was once a mysterious and legendary gathering known only as “Rhag-Lan.” However, few knew the true name of this gathering, for it was shrouded in secrecy and protected by ancient tradition. Even so, the people would visit the Rhag-Lan with many friends, year upon year, basking in the shade of the great towers; toes scrunching in the cool grass, by night gazing at the stars from high on the castle walls. ...
Provisional financial policy
For some time, the finance policy of Insulae Draconis and its branches has needed an overhaul. With the sterling help of Viscountess Valda as outgoing Exchequer, and Mistress Mary, the current ID Exchequer, we went through the old policy, discarded the out of date elements, and inserted new, more up to date rules (in red). ...
History with Flintheath
Originally posted 3rd March 2023 ...
A tax refund in Depedene. Photo by the Chronicler.
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