breaking news!

Our Barony had begun polling for Baron and Baroness.  Click here to see their Letter of Intent and SCA Resumes.

Non-member and for populace outside of our Baronial borders can find their polling  form here.



Archery and BOWW Friday Practice update.

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Rapier practice on the 1st and 3rd Sunday at Kamm Island in Mishawaka.  From 3 - 6 pm - cancelled if it rains!  See Events page for location.


IN LOVING MEMORY

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Our Baron, Freiherr Thomas der Kreuzfahrer.  

 

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This information originated in the Middle Kingdom Handbook which can be accessed at this link (http://www.midrealm.org/heraldry/forms/MKProtocolHandbook.pdf.)


Crowns and Coronets

  • The King and Queen may wear crowns of gold ornamented as They see fit.

  • The Tanist and Tanist's Consort may wear coronets of silver, ornamented as They see fit.

  • The Prince and Princess of a Principality may wear coronets of silver, ornamented as

  • They see fit.

  • The Heir and Heiress of a Principality may wear coronets of silver, with a single dance, ornamented as They see fit.

  • Dukes and Duchesses may wear coronets with strawberry leaves, ornamented as they see fit.

  • Counts and Countesses may wear coronets of gold, embattled, ornamented as they see fit.

  • Viscounts and Viscountesses may wear coronets of silver, embattled, ornamented as they see fit.

  • Masters and Mistresses of the Order of the Laurel may wear a laurel wreath.

  • Masters and Mistresses of the Order of the Pelican may wear a Cap of Maintenance.

  • Landed Barons and Baronesses may wear coronets of gold with six pearls (spheroids), ornamented as they see fit.

  • Court Barons and Baronesses may wear coronets of silver with six pearls (spheroids), ornamented as they see fit.

  • Members of the Populace with an Award of Arms may wear a simple metal circlet, ornamented as they see fit, with no more than one protrusion. The overall height of the band shall not exceed one inch. The circlet shall not resemble any of the coronets listed above.


Members of the various Kingdom Orders may wear the badges of their respective Orders.

  • The Kingdom Arts and Sciences Champion may wear the badge: Gules, a harp within a chaplet of oak leaves argent fructed Or.

  • Members of the Populace may wear the badge of the Kingdom: Argent, a pale gules surmounted by a dragon passant vert.

Copyright 2006 by The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This handbook is an official publication of The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., a not-forprofit organization dedicated to researching and recreating pre-17th century European history.  Copies of this document can be downloaded at www.midrealm.org/heraldry/.  Members of The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., may photocopy this work in whole or in part for SCA use provided proper credit is given and no changes are made to the content. The contents of the document are posted at http://www.midrealm.org and further reproduction on other internet sites is expressly forbidden.

March 2006 edition written by Ron Sargent (Master Thorvald Redhair) and proofread by Elise Fleming (Countess Alys Katharine), Joann Tibbetts (Mistress Elena de Vexin), Susan Earley (Maestra Margherita Alessia, called Ghita), Dale Niederhauser (Hauptmann Konrad Mailander), Kevin Conlin (Baron Rory mac Feidhlimidh), Monti Greenawalt (Baroness Anna of the Western Hill), Cynthia Wong McCowin (Maestra Gwenhwyvar Nocturnal), Amy Reed (Baroness Alexandra dei Campagnella), and M.L. McGuire (Lady Aibell Suil-uaine, called Suilean).