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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, Novmber 2017:

Donndubán mac Eógain. Device. Argent, a wolf rampant gules ermined Or, a bordure pean.
Artist's note: Please draw the ermine spots on the wolf larger.

Eugene Haraldson. Name.

Submitted as Eugene Haraldsson, the name was documented as a combination of English and Old Norse. However, SENA allows English to be combined with Old Norse only if both name elements are dated before 1100, which is not the case here. We do not have evidence of Eugene or its Latin form Eugenius in English until the 14th century.

Fortunately, both Harald and Eugene are found as given names in Middle English. Under Appendix A, Middle English patronymics can be created by adding -son to the father's name. Accordingly, we have changed the name to Eugene Haraldson for registration.

Geraint de Grey. Device. Azure, a chevron cotised Or between two mullets argent and a demi-sun issuant from base Or.

Marcus Octavius Valerius. Name and device. Per pale gules and sable, an eagle Or and in chief three billets argent.

The submitter requested authenticity for "1st-2nd C. Roman." This name meets that request.

Nikolaus Gerhart. Badge. (Fieldless) An armored arm fesswise embowed argent sustaining a broken lance bendwise sinister Or.

Viktoria of York. Device. Argent, on a Latin cross throughout purpure a dragonfly argent.

Artist's note: Please make both charges wider to aid in identification.

The following have been returned for further work, November 2017:

Eugene Haraldson. Device. Per pale sable and argent, a sun eclipsed between in bend two broad-arrows, that in base inverted, counterchanged.

This device is returned for violation of SENA A3D2c, which requires that charges in the same group be in a unified orientation. The two broad-arrows in this submission are placed in bend, with one upright and the other inverted. These orientations must be blazoned individually, rather than being in an identical orientation (either upright or inverted) or a complementary orientation (points to center/outward). If evidence could be found of such a design in period, it could of course be registered.

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