Greetings to All,
 
The Armorial and Saker website will be updated this evening to reflect the following.
 
In Service,

Gunnar Thorisson
Vert Hawk Herald
 
 
CALONTIR acceptances  
* ┴ed Ua Conchobair. Name change from holding name ┴ed of Forgotten Sea.
Submitted as ┴ed Ua Chonchobair, the byname does not need to be lenited. We have changed it to Ua Conchobair in order to register the name.
* Da'ud ibn Ibrahim al-Sisari. Device. Per saltire azure and vert, a senmurv contourny Or.
As a purely Persian motif, there is a step from period practice for the use of a senmurv.
* Fenella Gormlaith. Heraldic will.
Upon Fenella's death, her device, Per bend sinister vert and Or, a ram's head couped to sinister and a trefoil counterchanged, will be released.
* Fredrich Gerebrand. Reblazon of badge. (Fieldless) A fer-Ó-loup inverted per pale azure and argent.
Registered in June 2004 as (Fieldless) A fer-a-loup per pale azure and argent, the fer-Ó-loup is inverted from the medieval default orientation.
* Giovanna Canzoniere da Firenze. Name.
Canzoniere is a constructed byname, from the masculine noun meaning "a maker or writer, or singer of songs" in Florio's 1611 Italian/English Dictionary. Juliana de Luna's article "Names from Sixteenth Century Venice" (https://www.s-gabriel.org/names/juliana/16thcvenice.html) states that occupational bynames generally match the gender of the bearer, but sometimes they do not. Therefore, we can give the submitter the benefit of the doubt that Canzoniere is appropriate for a woman.
* Gy­a glˇra. Badge. (Fieldless) A square weaver's tablet per bend sinister argent and vert.
Please advise the submitter to draw the holes larger so it is obvious that this is a weaver's tablet rather than a simple square.
* Malcolm of Applecross. Reblazon of device. Argent, three apples one and two between two chevronels vert between three Celtic crosses fitchy sable.
Blazoned when registered in October 1999 as Argent, on a chevron argent fimbriated vert between three Celtic crosses fitchy sable three apples vert, we have since affirmed that the overwhelming impression in cases like this is of two ordinaries, not a single ordinary charged or fimbriated.
* Otkatla Geirra­ardottir. Name and device. Or, a butterfly purpure between four roundels in cross vert.

* Vilhj{a'}lmr h{a'}lftr{o,}ll. Badge. Gyronny arrondi of six gules and Or, a demi-troll arms raised azure.
There is a step from period practice for having a central charge on a gyronny arrondi field drawn with the corners of the field in the center of a gyron.
* Ysabel de la Oya. Device. Per pale Or and purpure, a cross of Santiago counterchanged and on a chief gules three roses Or.

* Yseult de Michel. Name and device. Argent, a chevron cotised sable, on a chief nebuly purpure a brock argent marked sable.
Noir Licorne documented the bynames Demichel and De Michel in late 16th to early 17th century French and English parish records in the FamilySearch Historical Records. Therefore, we are able to register this name as submitted.
Yseult is a French literary name, found in the Arthurian romances.
 
CALONTIR returns  
* Katheryne Winterbourne. Badge. Ermine, three irises purpure leaved vert.
This badge is returned for redraw, for violating SENA A2C2 which states "Elements must be drawn to be identifiable." Commenters had trouble identifying what type of flower the submitter intended. Additionally, the flowers are depicted in trian aspect, which is in itself grounds for return.
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