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

ATENVELDT REGISTRATIONS by the College of Arms, January 2003:

Adam Carlos Diaz de Castile. Device. Pean, an tyger rampant within a bordure embattled Or charged with six crosses of Santiago gules.

The crosses were originally blazoned as crosses espada. They are standard crosses of Santiago in the full-sized emblazon and we have so blazoned them.

Aleyn Randwulf. Device. Per pale azure and gules, a pair of eyes Or.

Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Transfer of heraldic title Fretty Pursuivant to the Kingdom of the Outlands.

Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Transfer of heraldic title Liber Pursuivant to the Kingdom of the Outlands.

Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Transfer of heraldic title Palmer Pursuivant to the Kingdom of the Outlands.

Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Transfer of heraldic title Rook Pursuivant to the Kingdom of the Outlands.

Atenveldt, Kingdom of. Transfer of heraldic title Scalene Pursuivant to the Kingdom of the Outlands.

Bertrand de Lacy. Device. Per bend sinister Or and vert, a Lacy knot and an orle all counterchanged.

Catelin Munro of Ailsa. Badge. Per saltire sable and argent, a Catherine wheel and a bordure gules.

Cuilén Gordon of Tir Ysgithr. Name.

Jerrine of Tir Ysgithr. Holding name and device (see RETURNS for name). Per bend Or and argent, a gillyflower purpure slipped and leaved vert and a human footprint sable.

Jerrine of Tir Ysgithr. Badge. Argent semy of hawks bells purpure, a frog vert.

Katheryn Schlegel. Name change from Katheryn Slegel and device. Purpure, a branch Or between flaunches argent.

Submitted as Katheryn von Schlegel, this submission was an appeal of changes made to this name when it was registered in the November 2001 LoAR as Katheryn Slegel. The submitter provided documentation supporting Schlegel as her legal surname. With this documentation, she may use the Legal Name Allowance to register Schlegel in a surname position in her SCA name. However, the Legal Name Allowance only supports registration of the name element in the exact form in which it appears in the submitter's legal name. Therefore, the Legal Name Allowance allows her to register Schlegel as a byname, but it does not allow her to register von Schlegel because von Schlegel is not part of her legal name. To register von Schlegel, documentation would need to be provided that von Schlegel was used as a byname in period or that Schlegel was the name of a town in period. Documentation was provided for two individuals whose surnames were von Schlegel. However, these people were born in 1697 and 1772 and so do not support von Schlegel as a surname before 1600 or even 1650. Documentation was also provided for modern locations in Germany named Schlegel. No evidence was found that these locations date to period. Bahlow (p. 493 s.n. Schlegel) indicates that this byname means 'hammer'. Given this information, it seems unlikely that a period location was named Schlegel. Lacking evidence of a period place with this name, the byname von Schlegel is not registerable. We have dropped the particle von and registered her byname in the form Schlegel, as permitted under the Legal Name Allowance, in order to register this name. Her previous name, Katheryn Slegel, is released.

The branch was originally blazoned as a mulberry branch. However, the College uniformly felt that this was not recognizable as a mulberry branch due to the shape of the leaves and the fact that the fructing, while present, was too small to be seen at any distance. We have thus reblazoned it as a branch. We advise the submitter that the standard branch in heraldry has one main stem rather than the naturalistic forked structure found in this emblazon.

Marguérite de Toulouse. Device change. Argent, on a bend sinister vert an ivy vine throughout argent in dexter chief a butterfly sable.

This submission was pended from the July LoAR for a missing tincture. The submitter's previous device, Per chevron engrailed argent and azure, a castle sable and four fish naiant contourny Or, is released.

Marta as-tu Mika-Mysliwy. Augmentation. Per chevron vert and Or, in base a satyr dancing and piping proper and as an augmentation on a canton azure a sun in glory within a bordure Or.

Molon Munokhoi Tsagaan. Device. Or, four roundels two and two within a bordure gules.

Stefania Krakowska. Device. Vert, a spider and a bordure argent.

ATENVELDT RETURNS by the College of Arms, January 2003:

Bláithín inghean Bhradaigh. Name.

Bláithín appears to be a unique name. The only example of this name that was found was in Irish legend, where Bláithín is the name of the betrayer of the Munster warrior Cú Rói. Lacking evidence that the name is not unique, it is not registerable. Her armory has been registered under the holding name Jerrine of Tir Ysgithr.

Wilhelus le Cassé. Name change from Padraig Dillon of Liaththor.

No forms were received for this submission.


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