The new Carolingian hereditary coronets. Photo by Lord Joel of Vestfell via Lord Hugh Tauerner
Their Royal Majesties Kenric and Avelina were gracious enough to allow their Excellencies Carolingia, Fergus and Imiglia an interval during Their court at this past weekend’s Crown Tournament to conduct some Baronial business. What follows is an unofficial report of the proceedings.
Lord Hugh Tauerner and Lady Ysane la Fileresse presented Their Excellencies with two hand-knit Baronial coronets in blue and gold to become part of the Carolingian Regalia. Their Excellencies immediately donned these new coronets and wore them for the rest of Court.
Mistress Anne of Framlingham was inducted
Thomas and Brighid are inducted into the Order of Perseus. Photo by Baroness Cateline la Broderesse
into the Baronial Order recognizing skill in the Arts and Sciences, the Order of the Moon.
The Baronial Service Order, the Order of the Daystar, was increased by four members as follows: Lord Hugh Tauerner, Don Donovan Shinnock, Lady Agnes Godolphin, and Baroness Imiglia Venture. This came as quite a surprise to Her Excellency who had only briefly been absent from the order meeting.
Her Excellency Imiglia was quite surprised to learn that she was being inducted into the Order of the DayStar as she had only left the Order meeting very briefly. Photo by Lord Joel of Vestfell via Lord Hugh Tauerner
The Order of Perseus, a Carolingian Baronial Order recognizing martial prowess inducted Lord Thomas of Effingham and Baroness Brighid MacCumhal.
During a later session of Their Excellencies’ Court, Lord Kazimierz was recognized for becoming an Expert Thrower in the EK Thrown Weapons Royal Round. Lord Kazimierz is the second thrower in the kingdom to have achieved that ranking.