Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Our Homeland, Beloved Ealdormere: Guide to the Appendices

Guide to the Appendices

Appendix 1

A. "Further on Ealdormere": an essay penned by Dame Enid Aurelia of the Tin Isles for the Skraeling Althing Chronicle, V, VI, number 8. Her discussion includes the unofficial nature of the REGION of Ealdorrnere, and the last round of fighters accepted to fight in the Regional Champion's Tournament.

B. The original petition, calligraphy and wording by Duke Finnvarr de Taahe, requesting the name “Ealdormere” as a name for Ontario. The petition is signed by Queen Fern de la Foret, granting us usage of the name.

Appendix 2

A. The history of the wolf's head design by Master Sylard of Eagleshaven

Appendix 3

A. Ealdormere Collars Information.

B. Design sketch of the Collars of Ealdormere, by Mistress Mortraeth Llanelli Colwyn, O.L.

Appendix 4

A. "Regalia": a discussion by Master Sylard of Eagleshaven on how to decide on what sorts of regalia the new Principality would need, and how to raise the funds. A.S. XXIII.

Appendix 5

A. Membership of the Council, Crown Principality of Ealdormere, inaugural meeting, AS XXIII.

Appendix 6

A. "A Decision Making Structure for the Creation of Ealdormere": written by Lady Susanna the Unyielding and Dame Enid Aurelia of the Tin Isles, this was given out to the Council of Ealdormere with suggestions on how to set up the Principality. A.S. XXIII.

Appendix 7

A. Letter from the Trillium Herald, Sept. 26, A.S. XXIII: a discussion by Lord Brenainn O'Murchadha de Ros Comain on how the Principality should choose Arms.

B. Letter from the Trillium Herald, December 7, A.S. XXIII: this letter to the populace included the 10 suggested Arms for Ealdormere and one badge suggestion, to be considered for voting.

Appendix 8

A. Letter in the Pale from the Crown Principality Chronicler announcing the launch of what would become the Tidings, newsletter of the Principality of Ealdormere.

B. "The Ealdormere Newsletter", V.I No.1: The Tidings prior to its naming. B&C are reprinted in their entirety with permission from the current Tidings editor, Lord Aedan.

C. "The Ealdormere Newsletter", V.I No.2.

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