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Atenveldt Submissions (excerpted from the S.C.A. College of Arms' Letters of Acceptance and Return)

The following submissions were registered by the SCA College of Arms, September 2020:

Derelei Devanensis. Name and device. Sable, a phoenix argent issuant from flames, on a chief Or three flasks sable.

Gwenllian ferch Llywelyn ab Ieuan. Augmentation of arms. Vert, three hedgehogs statant argent, for augmentation on a canton Or an acorn proper within an orle azure. This device was pended for redraw on the April 2020 LoAR.

Reginleif Vigdisardottir. Name and device. Argent, in pale two triquetras sable, a ford proper.
Nice 9th-10th century Old Norse name from Iceland!

Sigrun Eiriksdottir. Name and device. Per pale gules and sable, a dragon argent within an orle Or. Submitted as Sigrún Eiriksdottir, diacritical markings must be used consistently throughout Old Norse names. As the submitter omitted more diacritical markings than were included, we have changed the name to Sigrun Eiriksdottir to omit them throughout. If the submitter prefers the form Sigrún Eiríksdóttir with all markings, she may make a request for reconsideration.
This name does not conflict with the registered Sigrid Eiriksdottir under PN3C2 and PN3C4. There is a substantial change to the second syllable of the given name that affects at least two letters: Sigrun vs. Sigrid.

Somhairle Ray. Name and device. Per saltire azure and vert, a bear rampant between in fess two feathers argent.
The Letter of Intent documented Ray as the submitter's legal surname. However, he does not need to rely on the Legal Name Allowance because Ray is also an attested period Scots surname.
The submitter requested authenticity for Scottish culture. This name is not authentic because it combines two different languages. While the combination of a Gaelic given name with a Scots surname is registerable under Appendix C, it is not authentic. In addition, the submitter should be aware that the spelling Somhairle is Irish Gaelic. The attested Scottish Gaelic form is Somairle.
The submitter may also wish to know that Somerled Ray is an authentic late 15th century Scots form of the same name. If the submitter desires this form, he may make a request for reconsideration.

There were no Returns in September.

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