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In Service,


Gunnar Thorisson

Vert Hawk Herald



CALONTIR   Acceptances

* Anna die Schatzin. Device. Argent, a ladybug proper and on a chief gules five lozenges argent.

* Anna die Schatzin and Johan Berger. Joint badge. Quarterly azure and gules, on a pale cotised argent, a ladybug proper and a fleur-de-lys azure.

* Branwen ferch Rhael. Badge. Azure, in pale a coronet embattled and a cross couped, an orle argent.

The submitter is a countess and entitled to an embattled coronet.

* Brigida von München. Badge. (Fieldless) A monk's hood azure.

* Brynjólfr Fálkason. Name.

* Caoilte MacConnan of Clan O'hIongardail. Device. Per saltire argent and sable, a cross triparted fleury counterchanged.

* Eyfríđr Geirsdóttir. Name.

* Hoe-Yan Gejige. Name.

Hoe-Yan is the submitter's legal middle name.

* Johan der Hund. Badge. (Fieldless) On a cross formy sable a pawprint argent.

There is a step from period practice for use of a pawprint.

* Juliana Macnayre. Badge. (Fieldless) A hedgehog rampant Or, its quills impaling three grapes, maintaining an axe purpure.

* Justinian of Tanet. Device. Or, a lobster gules sustaining in chief an arrow fesswise sable.

* Katheryne Winterbourne. Blanket permission to conflict with badge. Ermine, in cross four fleurs-de-lys purpure.

Katheryne grants permission to conflict for all armory which is not identical to her badge.

* Rhoda Clifton. Name.

* Tullius Syagrius. Name and device. Argent, a bend invected vert between two wyverns azure.

Submitted as Syagrius Tullius, we have changed the order of the elements to Tullius Syagrius in order to follow period construction patterns found by Ursula Palimpsest in The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire: A.D. 395-527.

The submitter requested authenticity for "7-10th Century Byzantine." Although the name is registerable as changed, it is not authentic for that time period because the elements could not be found during that time. However, Tullius Syagrius is a plausible culturally Roman name for the 5th century.

Artist's note: Please draw the wyverns larger.

* Umm Ya'kub Rayya al-Zahra' bint Fath al-Badawiyya. Badge. (Fieldless) A sun Or eclipsed by a fountain.


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