Sir Pietro di Vatavia

“Had I been present at the Creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better ordering of the universe.” – Alfonso X, King of Castile 13thc.


Sir Legio Uv Orkney

Photo credit to Kathy Doiron Burger

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Elevation

September 28, 2019
by TRM Sebastianos and Morgan filia Starre

Squired To

Mordan Peresenchenev

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Shire of Crimson River

Heraldry Artwork credit Legio Uv Orkney.

“Nothing is sweeter than love, nothing higher, nothing stronger, nothing larger, nothing more joyful, nothing fuller, and nothing better in heaven or on earth.” – Thomas à Kempis 15thc.


Sir Stilicho of the Basternae

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Elevation

July 20, 2019
by TRM Sebastianos and Morgan filia Starre

Sponsored by

Thomas Alfred 

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Shire of Rising Stone

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“I would rather have a Scot come from Scotland to govern the people of this kingdom well and justly than that you should govern them ill in the sight of all the world.” – Louis IX , King of France, speaking to his eldest son 13thc.


Duke Adhemar de Rouen, KSCA

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“No more things should be presumed to exist than are absolutely necessary.” – William of Ockham 14thc.


Sir Isaac Rous

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“For even he who is most greedy for knowledge can achieve no greater perfection than to be thoroughly aware of his own ignorance in his particular field. The more be known, the more aware he will be of his ignorance.” – Nicholas of Cusa 15thc.


Count Sebastianos Ionnides, KSCA

“Don’t depend too much on anyone in this world because even your own shadow leaves you when you are in darkness.” – Taqî ad-Dîn Aḥmad ibn Taymiyyah 14thc.


Sir Kynwric Gwent

“There is a remarkable thing about swans. They teach us that the troubles of death should not grieve us; for in the very moment of dying they make a virtue of necessity and despise their sad fate in singing.” – Gerald of Wales 13thc