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Greetings to All,

The Armorial has been updated to reflect the items in this LOAR.

This is my final update to the Armorial.
Thank you for a wonderful 12 years.

In Service,

Gunnar Thorisson
Vert Hawk Herald (outgoing)

CALONTIR acceptances

* Æþelwyn æt Ulancumbe. Name and device. Argent, an owl rising wings displayed vert, on a chief sable three mullets Or.

Nice 10th-11th century Old English name!

* Appolonia von Bremen. Name and device. Argent semy of musical notes sable, a fess between two dragons passant gules.

Nice 16th century German name!

Artist's note: Please draw the musical notes larger and bolder to aid in identification.

* Elizabeth of the Lonely Tower. Holding name and device. Vert, a wolf's head cabossed argent within an orle of roses Or.

Submitted under the name Laraine De Leigne, that name was pended as Laraine de Lanci on the May 2019 LoAR.

* Eva Piccardi. Name.

* Melchior Woelffling van Meckelenburch. Name and device. Azure, a pole-cannon Or enflamed proper, on a chief argent three mushrooms purpure.

* {O-}tomo no Yukime. Name change from Svala Úlfsdóttir.

Submitted as {O-}tomo _ Yukime, during commentary S{o,}lveig Þrándardóttir pointed out that, because {O-}tomo is an uji-type family name, this name could be rendered as {O-}tomo no Yukime. The submitter indicated that she prefers the suggested form, so we have made this change for registration.

The submitter's previous name, Svala Úlfsdóttir, is retained as an alternate name.

* Roben Dunlop. Device. Argent, a brown horse rampant maintaining a leather flask proper, an orle of roses gules.

* Taraxia de Sousa. Name and device. Argent, a phoenix vert, a chief azure fretty argent.

* Thomas Arkewrytte. Name and device. Argent, on a fess between two frame saws and a smith's hammer gules three annulets argent.

Nice 13th century English name!

* Vera filia Robini. Name and device. Or, a saltire purpure surmounted by a dogwood blossom gules.

CALONTIR returns

* Eibhilin O Beirn. Device change. Per chevron throughout azure and argent, two musical notes argent and a Hungerford knot purpure.

This device change is returned for conflict with the device of Elsa die Kleine, Per chevron azure and argent, two musical notes and a mouse statant counterchanged. There is no DC between a field per chevron drawn throughout and one that is not throughout. While the mouse differs in both type and tincture from the knot, and is considered half of the primary charges, SENA A52d limits the number of changes that can be derived from the bottom charge of three charges arranged two and one: "In each of these special cases, a maximum of one distinct change, as defined in A.5.G, can be derived from changes to the smaller of the sections defined as half under these rules." There is, therefore, only one DC for collective changes to half of the primary charge group.



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