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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, November 2010:


Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Order name Order of the Black Chamfron (see RETURNS for badge).


Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Order name Order of the White Stirrup (see RETURNS for badge).


Chlurain, Clan. Reblazon of badge. Per fess gules and Or, a sheep passant argent, maintaining under its sinister foreleg a tub sable.

Blazoned when registered as Per fess gules and Or, a sheep passant argent, its sinister foreleg in a tub sable, the tub is a maintained charge.


Seán Ó Fíodhabhra. Name and device. Or, in bend two wolf's heads contourny erased sable, an orle vert.

Submitted as Seán O Fiodhabhra, we require accents to be used or omitted consistently in a name. We have added the accents to the byname; removing them from the given name would be fine as well. The submitter requested authenticity for Irish; this name as corrected is an authentic late 16th century Irish Gaelic name.


Siobhán inghean Uí Fhíodhabhra. Name and device. Per saltire Or and sable, two chalices Or each charged with a heart sable.

Submitted as Siobhán O' Fiodhabhra, the byname may not be registered in this form. In Gaelic, bynames are literal; therefore only a man may use a byname with O, which means "male descendant of." We would also note that O' is found only in Anglicized forms; the Gaelic is Ó or O. In Gaelic, the equivalent woman's byname is formed using inghean Uí; it means "daughter of the male descendant of." Additionally, we require the name to consistently use or omit accents. As the given name uses accents we have added them to the byname; they could also be omitted in the entire name. The submitter requested authenticity for Irish; this name as corrected is an authentic late 16th century Irish Gaelic name.


The following submissions were returned by the College of Arms for further work, November 2010:


Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Badge. (Fieldless) A chamfron sable.

This badge is returned for conflict with the badge of the kingdom of the kingdom of Trimaris, (Fieldless) A chamfron sable.


Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Badge. (Fieldless) A stirrup argent.

This badge has been withdrawn by the submitter.


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