New article up at Poore House This one is a bit of a logistics discussion, focusing on the layout of courts to improve the flow of movement during peerage elevations. It’s definitely targeted towards those in charge of organizing and running courts, but I trust that the issue it’s trying to solve and the logic of the proposed new layout will be of interest to more than ceremony wonks.
Announcing my latest opinion piece, discussing the unchecked privilege of the armored combat community: It’s Not About Chains.
I’m pleased to announce the release of the fourth in my series of heraldic flag articles, which completes the collection of flag types. This week: Gonfalons!
Announcing the release of the third in my series of heraldic flag articles. This week: Pennons!
Announcing the release of the second in my series of heraldic flag design articles. This week: Banners!
Now hoisting the first of a series of articles on heraldic flags, a subject near and dear to my heart. Today’s topic: Standards and guidons!
There’s a new article up in the Academy of Heraldry, on how SENA’s rules on marshalling work. Check it out!
A helpful reference document for the use of unadorned chains in the Society for Creative Anachronism.
Here is the progression of quartering the kingdom armorial holdings of the Society for Creative Anachronism. Take a look!
I put up a little article about the various triangular charges and field divisions found in heraldry, such chevrons, piles, chiefs triangular, and per chevron lines of division. Take a look!