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Order of Precedence
 Order of Precedence  

Order of Precedence (OP) is a sequential hierarchy of rank. In the SCA, this takes the form of recognition of awards received, the rank of the award and when the person received it.

In formal events, the OP plays a part in how members are organized. For example: in Crown tournament, combatants and their consorts are presented to the crown before the tournament in their order of precedence.

In Atenveldt's OP, you don't need an award to be listed. Using photos and devices from many of our populace, it works as a who's who in Atenveldt. Feel free to explore.

Atenveldt's award charters are also kept in the Order of Precedence.  An award charter is part of Kingdom Law that formally declares everything about the award.

Abacus Herald
Submission Forms
If you are part of the populace and don't see yourself on here, you may need to correct your Order of Precedence Record
Contact the Abacus Herald at abacus@atenveldt.org

Devices

Your device must be approved by the College of Heralds and found in the armorial.  To add your device, send your REGISTERED blazon, full SCA name, and email address to abacus@atenveldt.org.

Officer Positions

To change an email or a warranted office on your OP, please contact the Regnum Officer with a copy of the warrant.




(what regalia can I wear?)

Use these forms to register or change your name, device, or badge with the SCA College of Heralds.
Your local herald can help you with the submission process.

Name submission form

Device submission form

Badge submission form

More information is on the Atenveldt Heraldic Submissions page (external website)

The name search box for the online OP is permanently broken – please do not use it.

The workaround for this is to search the website using Google, as follows:

If you click here this will take you to a custom search engine that will search the op.

This section of our website is constantly updated.

 Order of Precedence Online  

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Pillar of Artemesia

Principality of Artemisia

(Award Closed)
Blazon:
The usual token given with this award was a small wooden or black pillar, suspended from a ribbon.

Award Charter

An award given for those who have demonstrated and given consistent service to the kingdom and/or kingdom branches.
This award sometimes carried with it an Award of Arms. When Artemisia became a kingdom, this award was re-created as the Golden Pillar. The name was taken from ancient Greece, one source of the word "Artemisia." Companions of this order may place the initials CPA after their names.

118 People with this Award

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SCA NameDateGiven ByName on ScrollNotes
Pawel of Gdansk This person has a display of Arms in the record10/8/1988  
Thomas de Bohun This person has a display of Arms in the record1/14/1989  
Yelisveta Katlin Savrasova This person has a display of Arms in the record1/14/1989  
Letitia des Montagnes Bleues This person has a display of Arms in the record1/14/1989  
Anna Ophelia Holloway This person has a display of Arms in the record1/14/1989  
Sakura Kita Maikeru This person has a display of Arms in the record2/19/1989  
Sorcha of Sherwood This person has a display of Arms in the record5/20/1989  
Elisabeth of Loch Salann7/8/1989  
Elsibeau of Loch Salann7/8/1989  
Zahara min Shamar This person has a display of Arms in the record1/13/1990  
Amdai Karenina of Norway1/20/1990  
Randal Avery of the Mease4/7/1990  
Ciann Ua Neill This person has a display of Arms in the record6/16/1990  
Sarah Thomasyn This person has a display of Arms in the record7/21/1990  
Thorfinn the Just This person has a display of Arms in the record7/21/1990  
Brion Anthony Uriel Tarragon This person has a display of Arms in the record7/28/1990  
Andrea des Chiens This person has a display of Arms in the record8/18/1990  
Einendoch of Hostel Haus This person has a display of Arms in the record8/18/1990  
Aquila Jessica Grace This person has a display of Arms in the record10/20/1990  
Lyonel Oliver Grace This person has a display of Arms in the record10/20/1990  
Edward Drakenfeld This person has a display of Arms in the record11/17/1990  
Shauna of Carrick Point This person has a display of Arms in the record1/12/1991  
Cerys Bassett This person has a display of Arms in the record1/26/1991  
Donilee Witherspoon3/2/1991  
Anna Zauberkunstlerin This person has a display of Arms in the record4/13/1991  
Elsibeth Merryweather This person has a display of Arms in the record4/13/1991  
Casamira Jawjalny4/13/1991  
Catrin of Llanbadern This person has a display of Arms in the record4/27/1991  
Guthrum Ivarsson This person has a display of Arms in the record4/27/1991  
Margaret Blakesley This person has a display of Arms in the record5/4/1991  
Ramona la Indominita5/4/1991  
Angrim the Unreasonable5/4/1991  
Courtney Caesaria This person has a display of Arms in the record5/11/1991  
Gabriel Michael MacFarlane5/25/1991  
Wolfram der Jager6/15/1991  
Aldwin Longwalker This person has a display of Arms in the record7/13/1991  
Richard Demaris This person has a display of Arms in the record9/14/1991  
Rhyndel Angharad Terentia This person has a display of Arms in the record9/28/1991  
Iduna Snorrisdottir This person has a display of Arms in the record10/5/1991  
Antonia d'Alessandria10/12/1991  
Bronwyn Montgomery of Ironwold This person has a display of Arms in the record11/9/1991  
Katriona nic Daedin MacAoidh a'Mhonadh1/11/1992  
Mary Cats the Minikin1/11/1992  
Luisa of the Willows This person has a display of Arms in the record1/18/1992  
Dierdra the Tenderhearted1/18/1992  
Judith of Sherburn1/25/1992  
Brendan Pilgrim3/14/1992  
Brendan ap Morgan This person has a display of Arms in the record3/28/1992  
Mair of Lew This person has a display of Arms in the record4/11/1992  
Kraygun Sald4/26/1992  
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 News & Updates  

Regarding Persona ID theft - Tuesday, November 20, 2007

From the President's Oct 2007 report

Persona Theft and False Awards and Honors.
I find myself compelled to use this space to speak to the membership about a fairly rare problem that has tripled in quantity and directly detracts from the inherent value of the entire system of Theatrical reenactment and recognition of excellence that flavor so much of the Society.

I refer here to the growing number of cases where we find someone either claiming to be possessed of the titles of a peer/noble/notable person - or outright stealing/borrowing the persona and titles of a person who labored long and hard for the honors and reputation being so casually nicked.

No sense of fame or positive regard is worth the ignominious and final demise that awaits the SCA career of anyone we catch doing this. And they are always caught.

I do not write of this problem and ask the membership to teach our new folk the value of earning honors as opposed to sneakily claiming them because I worry the perpetrators will get away with the caper. They will not.

I worry about the disheartening impact on the members and participants who work with good souls, a sound conscience, and can lose faith in what we are and seek to do when they encounter such crass thievery.

This growing problem will be stemmed by the swift and final treatment of those caught in the act of persona theft/false honors - that is my job and I am all over it. It will also be eased by teaching our new folk what the path to recognition is and encouraging them to walk upon it.

Vice President of Operations (Society Seneschal) - George Reed (Aaron faheud Swiftrunner of the Stone Keep)

 

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