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

The following submissions were regsitereed by the SCA college of Arm, December 2016:
Anton Højen. Reblazon of device. Gyronny from canton Or and sable, in sinister a dolphin haurient argent. Registered in November of 1980 as Gyronny from canton Or and sable, to sinister a dolphin haurient argent, current blazoning grammar has the dolphin in sinister.
Beaune de la Sorse. Badge. Per fess paly argent and gules and sable, a cubit arm issuant from base argent. Please advise the submitter to draw an equal number of argent and gules sections.
Eric the Bald. Device change. Per pale azure and sable, two bear's pawprints argent.
The submitter's old device, Sable, a sledge hammer argent within a bordure rayonny Or, is retained as a badge. There is a step from period practice for the use of pawprints.
Franceska Lucrezia la Sarta. Device. Per bend sinister indented gules and purpure, a threaded needle and a natural leopard's head cabossed Or.
Mercurio da Spin. Device. Gyronny arrondi azure and ermine, in saltire a rapier and a comet Or.
Natasiia Novgorodova. Name change from Mariyah al-Madiniyah and device change. Per bend argent and gules, a swan sable and a sword inverted Or.
The submitter's prior name, Mariyah al-Madiniyah, is retained as an alternate name.
The submitter's old device, Per pale azure and Or, a crescent and between its horns a mullet of four points all counterchanged, is retained as a badge.
Rachel Phythian Sons of Scotia. Name and device. Purpure, in chief a cross formy between flaunches argent. Submitted as Rachel Phythien of Sons of Scotia, the name in this form did not match any documented naming pattern. With the submitter's permission, we have changed the name for registration to Rachel Phythian Sons of Scotia, a construction that uses an English double surname plus a locative. Phythian is a variant spelling of Fythian, found as an early 17th century English surname in the FamilySearch Historical Records. Sons was also documented as an early 17th century English surname in FamilySearch.

The following were returned by the College of Arms for further work, December 2016:

Millicent Couture. Name.
This name was withdrawn by the submitter after the close of commentary.

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