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Atlantia, Kingdom of - The following items have been registered

Atlantia, Kingdom of.

Badge for Award of the Silver Osprey. (Fieldless) A sword palewise Or between and sustained by two ospreys rising respectant argent.

Atlantia, Kingdom of.

Badge for Award of the Sea Tyger. (Fieldless) A sea tyger per fess azure and Or.

Atlantia, Kingdom of.

Badge for Order of the Sea Dragon. (Fieldless) A sea dragon per fess azure and argent.

Atlantia, Kingdom of.

Badge for Award of the Alcyon. (Fieldless) In pale a kingfisher rising sustaining an escallop azure.

Atlantia, Kingdom of.

Badge association with guild name Académie d'Espée. Argent, a billet between two unicornate natural seahorses azure.

Chrestienne Chabrier.

Device. Azure, a dragon's head erased Or and on a chief invected argent, three spools of thread vert.

Erik Olafssen.

Name.

Nice 16th C Norwegian name!

Khadir bar Yosef ha-Kuzari.

Name change from Muirghen Ruadh.

Her old name, Muirghen Ruadh, is retained as an alternate name.

Líadan ingen Fháeláin.

Name.

Livia di Samuele.

Name and device. Or, a butterfly within a star of David and in chief a label of five points azure.

Marinus, Barony of.

Badge for Scriptorium Marini (see RETURNS for household name). Per pale vert and azure, an open scroll and on a chief argent a quill pen sable.

Scriptorium Marini, as is noted in the return of the household name, is a generic identifier.

Morgant Capellanus.

Name.

Phillip of Ghent.

Device change. Per chevron argent and vert, two fir trees eradicated vert, each charged with a coronet, and a hawk striking argent.

The submitter is a court baron and thus entitled to display a coronet.

His prior device, Per chevron argent and vert, two fir trees eradicated and a hawk stooping counterchanged, is released.

Phillip of Ghent.

Release of device. Argent, a monster consisting of the coiled body of a serpent and the head and breasts of a woman vert, crined and orbed gules.

This device should have been released or changed to a badge in March 1984 when Per chevron argent and vert, two fir trees eradicated and a hawk stooping counterchanged was registered. The submitter has been contacted and has stated that this device is to be released.

Stierbach, Barony of.

Order name Award of Saint Roch.

Tessa de Spina.

Name and device. Per saltire azure and vert, a saltire and in chief a dragonfly argent.

This mixes an Italian given name with a Spanish byname; this is one step from period practice.

Thomas of Chester.

Name.

William of Wolverhampton.

Device. Sable, on a chief embattled Or three arrows fesswise gules.

CAID



Alice le Sage.

Name.

Originally submitted as Alice le Sage, the name was changed at kingdom to Alice la Sage to match the gender of the submitter. However, in England, by the mid-13th C it is common to see the masculine article le used to modify occupational and descriptive bynames for women. Given this, we have changed the name back to the originally submitted form; we note that both Alice le Sage and Alice la Sage are registerable.

Aubray Brangwyne de Vitry.

Name.

Submitted as Aubray Brangwyne de Vitré, no documentation was submitted and none found to suggest that Vitré is a spelling used in period for this place. The place is period; not only does the submitter's documentation demonstrate this, but Dauzat and Rostaing, Dictionnaire étymologique de mons de lieux en France, s.n. Vitrac, have a listing for a modern Vitré. According to this work, this place is recorded in Latin as Vitriacus in 987. Albion notes the name de Vitry in her article "French Names from Paris, 1421, 1423, and 1438" (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/paris1423.html); Dauzat and Rostaing, in the entry mentioned above, list Vitry in 1228 and Vitry le François in 1558. We have changed the name to Aubray Brangwyne de Vitry in order to register it.

Caid, Kingdom of.

Badge. Azure, a greyhound rampant regardant collared within a bordure embattled argent.

The badge was submitted with the identifier Hounds of Caid Guild. The grammar of this name does not follow patterns found in generic identifiers or documented guild names. First, hounds are not an occupation or product of an occupation, as we would expect with a generic guild designator. In addition, we are not aware of any guild names following the pattern [animal] of [place] + guild. The name Hounds of Caid Guild is not a generic designator and may not be listed as such.

Cecilia Lightfoot.

Device (see RETURNS for badge). Gules, on a chevron between two harps and a lion Or five quatrefoils gules and on a chief potenty Or three martlets gules.

Clare von Kallenberg.

Name.

Diana Reynard la rouge.

Name and device. Argent, a fox's mask gules and on a chief azure three crescents argent.

Diego Antonio de Vega y Palma.

Name.

Submitted as Diego Antonio Vega de Palma, no documentation was submitted and none found for Spanish bynames of the form [unmarked locative] + [locative] in period. Precedent states:

The primary problem with the name is the form: [given name] [given name] [locative] [given name] [locative]. A quick survey of the first 4000 names (A­C) in the sixth volume of the Catalogo (dating around 1580), shows of those names, 5 had possibly four elements, and none had five. Of those five names, two (María Alvarez de Sotomayor de Quiroga and Pedro Gonzalez de Baeza de los Hermanos) are probably actually of the form [given name] [patronymic] [compound locative]. One other (Diego de Peralta Cabeza de Vaca) is probably of the form [given name] [locative] [compound locative] as Cabeza de Vaca is independently listed as a place name (in volume IV). The other two use the modern y formation: Diego García de Montalvo y Colindra and Miguel Jeronimo de Mendoza y Arquillada. [Constanzia Maria Morales Enzina d'Zamora, October 1997]

Further, Palimpsest notes:

While unmarked locatives are found as single bynames, I have seen no examples of unmarked locatives used in compound bynames. To make a compound byname with two locative elements, this needs to be altered to "de Vega y Palma" or "de la Vega y de Palma" (both "de Vega" and "de la Vega" are found in my Spanish names from the Late 15th Century: http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/isabella/).

We have changed the name to Diego Antonio de Vega y Palma in order to register it.

Douglas of Kent.

Name.

Faizah al-Zarqa.

Name change from Fa'izah al-Zarqa'.

Submitted as Faizeh al-Zarqa, it is doubtful that the -eh and -ah are interchangeable transliterations. Palimpsest explains:

In classical Arabic, there are six vowels, which we generally record as a, i, u, {a-}, {i-}, and {u-} (aa, ii, and uu). The short vowels take the sounds \ah\, \ee\, and \oo\; the long vowels are the same sound, but pronounced for a longer duration. The transcription reflects a form found in modern colloquial Arabic in several different countries, but is not found in classical Arabic or Modern Standard Arabic. Thus, while you may find modern names with , I've never seen a medieval name with that spelling. Some commenters observed a few spellings from Da'ud's article "Period Arabic Names and Naming Practices" (http://www.sca.org/heraldry/laurel/names/arabic-naming2.htm) which use to reproduce a sound in Arabic. Da'ud took data from some sources which follow relatively casual transcription standards, and spelling patterns which occur only once or twice in it should therefore not be taken as models to be followed in other names.

We have changed the name to Faizah al-Zarqa in order to register it. Please note that this is an alternative transliteration of her previously registered name; the pronunciation is identical, and both would be written the same in Arabic.

Her old name, Fa'izah al-Zarqa', is released.

George Edward Archer.

Device. Argent, three anvils sable.

Nice armory.

Godfrey of Paxton.

Name.

Isabella de Mereworth.

Name (see RETURNS for device).

Jumana al-Zarqa'.

Name and device. Argent, three flames sable.

Nice armory.

Justin Brekleg.

Device. Azure, a bend argent between a sun in splendor and a lion rampant Or.

Matlens Litovka.

Name and device. Per bend sinister argent and azure, a brown rabbit statant regardant proper and a mullet of six points Or.

Mora Ottavia Spadera.

Badge. (Fieldless) An artichoke Or.

We note that an artichoke has its stem to base by default.

Ottavia Fortunati.

Name and device. Per fess sable and Or, three goblets counterchanged.

Raphael ben Gideon.

Name (see PENDS for device).

Raphael ben Gideon.

Household name Inn of the Crimson Spade and badge. (Fieldless) A card pique gules.

Rhiannon Asling.

Name.

Rhiannon is a popular modern Welsh name that has been ruled SCA compatible. However, there is no evidence that it was used by humans in period.

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