Tournament of Valor Court Summaries

Saturday court, May 26, A.S. 53:
Ellis Maol Ríáin – Golden Calon Swan
Aethelbrook – Queen’s Chalice
Konrad von Roth – Leather Mallet
Eyfríðr Geirsdóttir – Golden Calon Swan

Other court tidings:
Duke Jean Paul de Sens brought gifts from TRMs Ansteorra, and received gifts in exchange.
5 newcomers received mugs.

On the equestrian field, Sunday morning, May 27:
Magdalena vander Meere – Eo Fyrd

Sunday evening court:
Kolsveinn Stýrimaðr – AoA
John of Avondale – Torse
Dewi of Theobald (Dewi ap Grifin) – AoA
Judith Warrenne – Torse
Thorvi Mishova – AoA
Gráinne inghean Bhriain – Torse
Reinhardt Villicus – AoA
Jakob Bierayge – Leather Mallet
Margaret MacKenzie – Leather Mallet

Other court tidings:
The Barony of Vatavia presented largess and a tithe.

Codex Manesse, UB Heidelberg, Cod. Pal. germ. 848, fol. 17r, “Herzog von Anhalt”, 1305-1315. Public Domain in the United States

Unslung Heroes Court Summary, May 19, A.S. 53

In evening court:
Geraint ap Hywel Glyndyfrdwy – AoA
Svala Úlfsdóttir – AoA
Sibylla Garmonsway – Torse
Johanne of Fisher Gate – Laurel

Other court tidings:
Lord Kjartan Hreinsson and Lady Ysoria Chaloner were named to be the new Baronage of Coeur d’Ennui.
8 newcomers received mugs.
Honorable Lady Tola Rufusdóhtor was named to be the next Kingdom Seneschale.
The Owls presented largess.
Countess Ylva Jonsdottir received her Laurel scroll, due since Clothiers Seminar.

Man weaving on a loom, circa 1425. Public domain in the US

St George & The Dragon Court Summary, May 12, A.S. 53

In evening court:
Osbert Gunthred – AoA
Ingvarr Oaksson – Torse
Nadya Helming – Golden Calon Swan
Katherine Northreppes – Leather Mallet

Other court tidings:
6 newcomers received mugs.
Gavin O’Shannon and Christiaen Jansson received the Eo Fyrd scrolls they had been awarded at Gulf.
A boon was begged for Anne Renarde to join the Order of the Laurel.

 

Sant Jordi, Bernat Martorell. 15th C.

Kingdom Arts & Sciences Event Court Summary, April 21, A.S. 52

In evening court:
Bjólfr Gunnvaldsson – AoA
Rosaline Fortescue – AoA
Anne von Husbergen – AoA
Tessie of Cum An Iolair – AoA
Alianora Jehannette des Amandiers – Laurel

Other court tidings:
3 newcomers received mugs.
The Youth Entrants present in court received wooden boxes (hope chests).
HL Roxelana Bramante won the Judges’ Choice award.
Lady Elaisse de Garrigues is the new Kingdom A&S Champion.
Mistress Aidan Cocrinn swore fealty as the new Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences.
Honorable Lady Vǫlu-Ingibiǫrg, Lady Dulcibella de Chateaurien, and Lady Fabia Narcissa Patricia were recognized for their nominations to the Blackfox Awards.
The Kingdom is in need of new boxes for the Crowns and Coronets.  Questions should be directed to Mistress Rhianwen ferch Bran ap Gruffydd (Joan Steurer), the Regalia Coordinator. Email to regalia@calontir.org is one way to reach her.
Countess Elspeth of Stonehaven presented a gift of embroidery to Her Majesty.

Unknown Artist. Minstrels with a Rebec & a Lute.
13th c. Manasseh Codex. El Escorial, Madrid. Public domain in the US

Crown Tournament Court Summaries, April 14, A.S. 52

On the field:
Proconsul Caius Rectus Xerxis and Countess Belanna de Rouge de Anjou were invested as Prince and Princess of Calontir.

Evening court:
Gianna Viviani – Torse
Tali Essen – AoA
Loke – Queen’s Chalice
Bragi Oddsson – Torse
Killian O’Connaill – Calon Lily
Charles Vaux – Leather Mallet
Jaida de Leon – Pelican

Other court tidings:
5 newcomers received mugs.
Lady Elaisse de Garrigues won the Populace Choice A&S competition.
HL Melisent MacAffee won the Consorts Choice A&S competition.
Letters of intent to become the next Kingdom Seneschal are due April 15, A.S. 52.
Ms. Dorcas Whitecap was created a Herald Extraordinary by the authority of HL Saito Takauji, outgoing Gold Falcon Principal Herald.
Ms. Brigida von München was invested as the new Gold Falcon Principal Herald.
Baron Cian mac Con Roí and Baroness Tatiana Dieugarde announced their desire to step down from the Baronage of Coeur d’Ennui.
A hand made quilt was presented to Már Ridari í Miklagarði.

Scenes from the Life of David, ca 1160-1180. Public Domain in the US

Court summaries from Gulf Wars 2018

This reporter did not make it to Gulf Wars.  My thanks to Meisterin Brigida von München for her court notes.  As always, updates and corrections are welcome.

On the field Wednesday (March 14):
Juan Hector Valdez – Iren Fyrd
Galen MacColmain – Stile Fyrd

At the Calontir party Wednesday (March 14):
Rebecca Beaumont – Silver Hammer

On the Equestrian field Thursday (March 15):
Gavin O’Shannon – Eo Fyrd
Christiaen Janssen – Eo Fyrd

Thursday evening Court:
Gawin Kappler – Golden Calon Swan
Pepin of Forgotten Sea – Leather Mallet
Luther Hoffen Drunck – Leather Mallet
Mattheu Chartrain – Stile Fyrd
Jon Chesey – Torse
Germanicus – AoA
Oisín Haconson – AoA
Da’ud ibn Ibrahim al-Sisari (Dawi) – Cross of Calontir

Other court tidings:
Epay is now available to preregister for some events.
Janos Katona & Dulcibella de Chateaurien received RUSH War Certificates.
Duchess Aislinn Morcroft was introduced as the new RUSH chancellor. The deadline to make the Lilies book for RUSH classes is April 15.
War pay was given and the muster book passed around.
Baroness Marie Du Puy presented largess: lanterns made by Baron Hugh Du Puy.

Illustration of the Battle of Barnet (14 April 1471) on the Ghent manuscript. Public domain in the US

Chieftains Court Summaries, February 24, A.S. 52

As always, corrections, especially to spellings of names, will be gratefully accepted.

On the field:
Kitsu no Taro – Stile Hirth

Evening court:
Yngvarr Bjarnarson – AoA
Matthew of Three Rivers – AoA
Finan mac Domnaill – Torse
Caitlyn Rochwendottir – Queen’s Chalice
Uaithne ingean ui Ruiarc – Torse
Aurelia Paulina – AoA
Skuli Bjarnylr – AoA
Padraig of Three Rivers – AoA
Sancha Lestrange – Torse
Elys Hawkill – AoA
Osric Reyner – Torse

Other court tidings:
Letters of intent for Crown Tournament are due by March 31.
The Barony of Three Rivers presented largess.
The new floor for the Royal Pavillion was presented.
7 newcomers received mugs.
The Shire of Calanais Nuadh presented largess.
A boon was begged for Katherine d’Arles to join the Order of the Pelican.
Duchess Mærwynn of Holme received her Ducal scroll, due since the reign of Anton II and Isabeau.
The Shire of Wyvern Cliffe presented a tithe, to be used for the Fourth Company.
Lord Cerric aet Blaecac, Honorable Lady Fiondel Songspinner, Honorable Lady Geva de Kent, and Master Grimwulf Harland have all been nominated for a Blackfox Award.
Duchess Aislinn Morcroft is the new Chancellor of RUSH.
A boon was begged for Jaida de Leon to join ther Order of the Pelican.

French miniature, 14th Century. Nature offers Machaut three of her children – Sense, Rhetoric, and Music. Public domain in the US

Winter War Maneuvers Court Summary, February 17, A.S. 52

In evening court:
Ren Jie – Torse
Stephen of Mag Mor – AoA
William Turner – Torse
Fastmundr Eldjarnsson – Leather Mallet

Other court tidings:
Their Royal Majesties exchanged gifts with His Royal Highness Ansteorra.
1 newcomer received a mug.

Codex Manesse, UB Heidelberg, Cod. Pal. germ. 848, fol. 17r, “Herzog von Anhalt”, 1305-1315. Public Domain in the United States

Clothiers Seminar Court Summary, February 3, A.S. 52

In evening court:
Gráinne inghean Uí Ghallchobhair – AoA
Adelaide Sarsfield – Leather Mallet
Alis of Inishowen – Torse
Sólveig Melrakki – Torse
Zoë Mikre – Calon Lily
Ylva Jonsdottir – Laurel

Other court tidings:
The Shire of Cúm an Iolair presented largess.
5 newcomers received mugs.
A boon was begged for Alianora Jehannette des Amandiers to join the Order of the Laurel.

Four women sewing linen clothes. From The Tacuinum Sanitas of Vienna, Late 14th century. Public domain in the US