On a cold Saturday Their Majesties Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri did pay a visit to their Shire of Caer Adamant, and attended the Schola in the Shire on 13 February AS L.
In the afternoon they did hold court, joined by Her Highness Avelina.
Their Majesties invited into their court Their Highnesses Alexandre and Eularia, Prince and Princess of Insulae Draconis, a Principality of the far off Kingdom of Drachenwald. Their Highnesses presented gifts to Their Majesties and joined them in their court.
Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri invited into their court Myles of Caer Adamant. They named him a Page of the Court, inducting him into the Order of the Tygers Cub. He received a medallion and a scroll by Mari clock van Hoorne.
The order not yet complete, Their Majesties invited into court Henry of Caer Adamant. They named him a Page of the Court, inducted him into the Order and presented him with a medallion.
Still incomplete, Their Majesties called forth Maeve O’Morain. She was named a Page of the Court, inducted into the Order of the Tygers Cub, presented a medallion and a scroll by Brangwyne of Wentworth
Her Majesty Caoilfhionn called forth the children who participated in her Service Initiative. They were presented with a token.
Then did Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri call before them all of the children in attendance. His Majesty invited Thorson to come take-up the toybox, and the children gave chase to the great delight of all in attendance.
Their Majesties welcomed into their court Valentina Amore. She was thus made a Lady of the Court and Awarded Arms. She received a scroll featuring calligraphy and illumination by Wulfgar Silfraharr and words by Theodora Bryennisa, called Treannah.
Next did Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri invite into court representatives of the Shire of Caer Adamant. Their Majesties received several gifts, and expressed to the Shire members their gratitude for their excellent hospitality and generosity.
Their Majesties called forth the companions of the Order of the Silver Wheel. The order still new and incomplete, they invited into their court Xanthippe Ouranina. She was inducted into the Order of the Silver Wheel, presented with a medallion and received a scroll by Aaradyn Ghyoot.
To further the order, Their Majesties invited Lianor de Matos into their court. She was inducted into the Order of the Silver Wheel, and received a medallion and a scroll by Nest verch Tangwistel.
Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri called before them Elizabet Marshall. They had business on behalf of Her Majesty Thorkatla of Meridies. In her name they presented Elizabet with a Meridian Majesty, a token from Queen Thorkatla and a scroll by Caterina Coeur Noir Meridies.
Next Their Majesties welcomed all the newcomers attending their first, second or third ever event. They received a token to remember the day by, and thanked for joining the Kingdom.
Their Majesties invited before them Shoshana Gryffyth. The spoke of her long service to the Kingdom, and then called forth the Order of the Silver Crescent. She was inducted into the order, and received a medallion.
As this Order is never complete, next did Their Majesties call forward Veronica Rosso. The inducted her into the Order of the Silver Crescent, presenting her a medallion and a scroll by Magdalena Lantfarerin.
The Order as yet incomplete, Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri called into their court Hassanah bint al-Khalil ibn Habib. They inducted her into the Order, presented her with a medallion and a scroll with illumination by Kis Maria, called Mika, calligraphy by Jonathan Blaecstan and words by Dietrich Schwelgengräber.
Still was the order incomplete. Their Majesties invited into their court Livia Petralia. She was thus inducted into the Order of the Silver Crescent, presented with a medallion and a scroll featuring illumination by Ellesbeth Donofrey, calligraphy by Jonathan Blaecstan and words by Antonii Machinevik.
At the start of the day Their Majesties had called forward Mael Eoin mac Echuid. At Yule at the Palazzo they had presented him with a writ to consider joining the Order of the Pelican. Having sat vigil during the day, the called him into court to present his answer. He answered in the affirmative. The Order came forward, and thus was Mael Eoin inducted into the Order of the Pelican. He received several medallions, a cap and coat, and a scroll by Nataliia Anastasiia Evgenova with words by Alexandre Lerot d’Avigne.
The day of revelry and classes complete, The Court of Their Majesties Brennan Ri and Caoilfhionn Banri was closed.
Malcolm Bowman – Eastern Crown Herald
A Thank You to the additional heralds for court – Elizabeth Eleanore Lovell and Yehuda ben Moshe.
Special Addendum: The words for Mathias Grunwald’s Queen’s Order of Courtesy, given at 12th Night, were composed by Lucien de Pontivy and Aildreda de Tamworthe.