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Order of the Gules Hurlebatte
Barony of Atenveldt
Argent, two palm trees couped, trunks crossed in saltire proper, and in chief a hurlbatte gules. Suspended from a white ribbon.
In Anno Societatis XLIV, during the Reign of Their Royal Majesties Craven III and Elzbietta, during the stewardship of Otto and Lisabetta, Baron and Baroness of Atenveldt there was created an award known as The Order of the Gules Hurlbatte (formerly Order of the Red Hurlbatte).
I. There shall exist in the Barony of Atenveldt an award, known as the Order of the Red Hurlbatte, which will be given by the Baron and Baroness to those young people (persons age 17 and under) who have displayed excellence in the performance, promotion and teaching of the chivalrous art of youth combat.
II. The holders of this award shall be styled as “Companions of the Red Hurlbatte”, and shall be entitled to place the initials C.R.H. after their names.
III. The insignia of the Order shall be a medallion: Argent, two palm trees couped, trunks crossed in saltire proper, and in chief a hurlbatte gules. The medallion shall be suspended from a white riband.
IV. Companions of the Order shall take precedence after non-armigerous Principality orders.
V. The Protectors of the Order shall be the Baron and Baroness of Atenveldt and the Protectors of the Order shall be the Crown of Atenveldt.
VI. Amendments to this Constitution shall be made by the Baron and Baroness of Atenveldt after due consultation with the Crown.
VII. Companionship of previous recipients of this award is hereby confirmed.
VIII. The Premier of this Order shall be the first person to receive the award.
Craven, Rex Atenveldtus
Elzbietta, Regina Atenveldtus
Otto Langhorn von Baden, Baron of Atenveldt
Lisabetta Bartolomeo Zanca, Baroness of Atenveldt
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