- Ok after studying Effingham's site for awhile I think I may have come up
with something for a name. Please tell me if I have this in the wrong order
or need to change something, as I am quite daft when it comes to this as of
Yamamoto no Shintaro Yoshisuke
Thanks for your time once again.
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- On Sun, 6 Oct 2002, JOE BOURASSA wrote:
> Yamamoto no Shintaro Yoshisuke
Looks great to me. I really can't say much more. Way to go! Now, the
only problem beyond that is getting it passed--I don't know if I have seen
'Yoshisuke' together as a name, and the CoA may want that or else some
reference as to it being a valid name construction.
Hiraizumi-dono may be able to help you out on that front though.
- Konnichi wa tomodachi...
I am repeating an earlier request to the group...
Can someone please send, post, or show ( or guide) references
to the real way ebira are slung, hitched, worn, carried, used in
period...Effingham suggested he knew, but I have heard nothing
since...If anyone else knows...please let me know...I am
interested in all ways of slinging (pardon) the quivers in armor, in
hunting clothing, and in matsuri circumstances...etc.
with all respects...
Yama Kaminari no Date Saburou Yukiie
Shi wa hei to de aru - all are equal in the grave...