Courtesy at Crown Tourney
As is traditional at a Crown Tournament, the Ladies of the Rose who were present kept their watchful eye on the day. In court at the end of the day they presented tokens to those whose deeds of courtesy and chivalry in the list and out of it were superlative.
Each Rose recognized one combatant in particular as follows:
- Countess Svava Þorgeirsdóttir presented her token to Lord Erik von Hemeor.
- Countess Marguerite ingen Lachlainn (called Meggie) presented her token to THL Ávaldr Valbjarnarson.
- Countess Þóra Eiríksdóttir (called Thyra) presented her token to Lord Matthew MacGyver.
- Dutchess Katherine Stanhope presented her token to Baroness Leonete d’Angely for running the youth tourney.
In addition, Her Majesty Avelina, in consultation with the Ladies of the Rose, bestowed the Shield of Chivalry on Lord Ionness Aurelius Serpentius. The Shield of Chivalry dates from the reign of Queen Sedalia in AS XVIII and is given to the combatant deemed most chivalrous in the Crown Tourney List.