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Olaus Magnus 1555 - ArchersThis happened just a short while ago, yet it already seems so distant…

Their Majesties, Emperor Brennan and Empress Caoilfhionn, did travel to the Barony of Iron Bog and attended River Wars on 13 September, AS XLIX.

These things did happen that day:

Karen Jacobsdottir and Amy Webb were each presented with a Queen’s Honor of Distinction.

Birla the Cheerful was made companion of the Order of Gawain, and received a scroll by Lada Monguligin.

Melchior Kriebel and Devilin MacPherson were both inducted into the Order of the Golden Rapier.  The former received a scroll by Isabel Chamberlaine, with words by Alys Mackyntoich; the latter received a scroll by Orlando Sforza.

Ryouko’jin Of-The Iron-Skies was presented with a Queen’s Honor of Distinction, and read a poem by Aife ingen Chonchobair in Derthaige.  Not finished with him, Their Majesties inducted him into the Order of the Tygers Combatant and received a scroll by Sakurai no Kesame.

Mongu Chinua was inducted into the Order of the Sagitarius, and received a carved stone by Alaric Jaeger von Bremen inscribed by Lada Monguligin with words by Gullujab Tangadai.

And then there was in court:

Bjorn inn Kvensami was presented with a King’s Esteem of Merit.

Margery Winthrop was Awarded Arms and presented a scroll by Kay Leigh Mac Whyte.

Suleene Skye the Forgotten was named a Jeweler to the Crown and presented a scroll by Nyfain merch Coel.

Amanda of Settmour Swamp and Serena of Settmour Swamp were inducted into the Order of the Tyger’s Cub.  Amanda receieved a scroll by Catriona inghean Sheamuis; Serena’s scroll featured illumination by Aziza al-Shirazi and calligraphy by Mariette de Bretagne.

Konner MacPherson was Granted Arms and would be receiving a scroll by Mariette de Bretagne.

Owynn Greenwood was made a Baron of the Court and received a scroll by Orlando Sforza.

Erin Holt was Awarded Arms and received a scroll featuring illumination by Ellesbeth Donofrey and calligraphy by Jon Blaecstan.

Aziza al-Shirazi was awarded arms and received a scroll by Mariette de Bretagne.

Aibhilin Fhionn (Trixie) was awarded a Grant of Arms and made a Queen’s Cypher, receiving a scroll for the former by Jan Janowicz Bogdanski and for the latter featuring illumination by Mergriet van Wijenhorst and calligraphy by Nest verch Tangwistel.

Alesone Gray of Cranleigh was named a Seamstress to the Crown, and additionally received a King’s Esteem of Merit.

Jehannine de Flandres, Tysha z kieva, Isgerthr Isungr and Engracia de Mardrigal were all named Seamstresses to the Crown.

Thorlaeifr Hvitskegg was named a Tailor to the Crown.  Further, he received a Grant of Arms with a scroll forthcoming.

Jibril ibn Ammar al-Fayyad was inducted into the Order of Artemis, and received a scroll featuring illumination by Kis Marika, called Mika and calligraphy by Jon Blaecstan.

Reijnier Verplanck was inducted into the Order of the Silver Crescent.  The scroll is forthcoming.

Genovefa De Magna Villa was presented with a Burdened Tyger, and received a scroll by Eleana O’ Sirideain.

Miles Boweman was Awarded Arms and received a scroll by Magdalena Lantfarerin.

Linette de Galardon was elevated to the Order of the Pelican, and received a scroll by Elsa de Lyon.

Gautselin Raedwulf was Granted Arms, and also made a Queen’s Cypher.  She received a scroll for her GOA featuring illumination by Svea the Short-Sighted and calligraphy by Alexandre St Pierre, and a scroll for the Queen’s Cypher by Despina de la Brasov.

Friar William Graham of Edinburgh, Lorenzo Gorla and Livia Petralia were all inducted into the Order of the Maunch.  Scroll for Friar William by with illumination by Isa of Ruantallan and an unknown calligrapher; scroll for Lorenzo by Sarra the Lymner; scroll for Livia by Reijnier Verplanck.

Though absent, Ruslan Novgorodcev was named a King’s Cypher.  A scroll is forthcoming.

Muiredach O’Dalaigh was Awarded Arms, and presented a scroll featuring illumination by Melina Al Andalusiyya, calligraphy by Robin dit Dessaint and words by Dankwert Bathory.

Ichabod the Tall was elevated to the Order of the Pelican, and received a scroll featuring illumination by Kay Leigh Mac Whyte, calligraphy by Vettori Antonello and words by Ryan McWhyte.

Philadelphia Brown was elevated to the Order of the Pelican, and presented a scroll by Chrestienne la Pecheresse with words by Alys Mackyntoich.

In service,

Malcolm Bowman

Eastern Crown Herald for Brennan and Caoilfhionn

PS – Thank you for Heraldic assistance to Alys Mackyntoich, Elizabeth Elenor Lovell, Alesone Gray of Cranleigh, Donovan Shinnock, Anastasia da Monte, Martyn de Halliwell, Alain Llewylyn ap Rhaglan and Yehuda ben Moshe.