6874Re: [SCA Newcomers] Hellos!
- Feb 8, 2005I recommend going to the kingdom webpage (in your case www.midrealm.org) and
going to their Royal Majesty's webpage. Often times they will have a
wishlist of things they would like made for their reign. It's a really good
place to start.
>Subject: Re: [SCA Newcomers] Hellos!
>Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 12:54:49 -0500
>In a message dated 2/8/2005 12:41:37 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> >Wow, I've already made two posts and I haven't even introduced myself
> >(how rude of me). My mundane name is Janet. I'm out here in the Middle
> >Kingdom. If you hadn't guessed by my two posts, I've been around SCA
> >for a while now. I joined this list because I've been having some
> >issues finding good information on ettiquette at events and such. My
> >prime example being the question I've been searching for an answer to
> >most of this morning. I hope someone here may have an answer to it.
> >When one attends a coronation, should you take a gift for the new king
> >and queen. If so any suggestions on what to take.
>Sometimes groups like a shire will get together and make items that a king
>or queen may be used during their reign, like award badges that will be
>given out during court, or gifts to give to visiting royalty like period
>I've also seen scribes give blank scrolls that may be used during court by
>their majesties to give to award recipients.
>Mostly the gifts are items that are used for the kingdom as a whole.
>Gifts from the general populace are not expected. That doesn't mean that
>you can't give something to their majesties if you feel the need just that
>it isn't expected.
>Hillary of Langeforde
>Midland's Regional Chatelaine
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