Alternate Titles of Rank - (was RE: [SCA-AE]
OTConstitutionallawwas Some persona help)
chris at english-setters.net
Fri Apr 21 03:01:03 EDT 2006
> For the Laurels, at least, you can think of them as more like a Guild
> Master/Mistress, which was an important title, and had social as well as
> professional standing. As applied to Pelicans, those titles rank equally,
> and both are equal in rank to Knights.
Ok this is something I understand. A position like this would merit a
placement of that level. When I first saw it however I remembered
that my grandmother always refered to me as Master Christopher.
She still calls my younger brothers that. Would it not make sense, and
this may just be my ignorance speaking yet again, to make a greater
distinction concerning that or are the titles that I am looking for to
reflect such a usage be Sir and Dame. Which when not being used as
Knightly expressions could be conferred among the general populace.
Or more to the point people like me who haven't as yet stood out enough
to be recognized by their majesties.
Christopher House (Sean mac Stuibhart)
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