This is something that's on a lot of stuff from our time period. I can't come up with an "architect" in particular, but the practice dates back quite a ways. (Early swords, combs, statuary, etc.)

Look up "____ me fecit." 

I found this one that's about something architectural:

But I suspect that your prof was just focused on that architect. :)



On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 5:39 PM, Bruce Lapham <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
You are correct.  That was what I meant to say about Gerald. 

I am looking for the original architect's name so when I talk about Gerald's announcements, I can "document" it.


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From: "C. Kinsey" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: [CALONTIR] Medieval architect

I don't remember Gerald using the architect's name.  I thought he usually named the C&I artist.

"Robert of Coldcastle" came up a lot :).


From: Hugh Prescott <[log in to unmask]>
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Let me check some of my books on middle ages stone masons and architects
when I get home.

Think I have seen that stone work.


On 6/25/2013 3:12 PM, Bruce Lapham wrote:
> When I was an undergrad,  my medieval civ professor told a story about an architect who would sign his buildings.
> Gerald the Herald would quote this architect when announcing who made a scroll that was presented in court.
> The quote is "... did this thing. "  The problem is I can't remember the architect's name.
> Anybody know who this is?
> Murd
Maerwynn of Holme
Barony of Three Rivers, Calontir
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En mí todo ese fuego se repite,
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