Greetings to All,
The Armorial has been updated to reflect the items in this LOAR.
Vert Hawk Herald
The submitter has permission to conflict with the device of Alfarr Utherson: Per chevron sable and gules, two portcullises and a cross gurgity Or.
Submitted as Aranwen ferch Cadwethen, the documentation did not support the byname as submitted. The documented spelling of the father's name is Catuethen, a 9th century Welsh form.
Combining the Early Modern Welsh ferch with the Old Welsh Catuethen violates PN1B1 of SENA by using two different languages in the same name phrase. As the submitter permitted all changes, we have corrected the byname for registration to use the Old Welsh marker verch.
This design was well documented as an Individually Attested Pattern in late period Italian heraldry. The submitter provided more than sufficient evidence of the use of green trimounts on blue background as well as the concurrent use of well contrasting bears and roses.
Nice 16th century English name!
The Kingdom of Ęthelmearc provided permission for this order name to conflict with the Order of the Golden Thorn.
This name must be returned because the byname Offeriot, meaning an ordained priest, is presumptuous. [Selewine sacerdos Guytherin, 10/2009 LoAR, A-An Tir] Bynames referring to ordination or its equivalent imply powers and thus are not registerable. Religious bynames that do not imply ordination, however, are registerable. [Cadan Sacart, 8/2012 LoAR, A-Caid]
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