Re: [SCA Newcomers] Digest Number 602
- yeah, i went through the nameing sites from the sca links and chose 12th c english names i liked and asked my friends to vote which one was best, it was like 80% cassandra, teh rest were other stuff (idk....notebook's somewhere in my bookbag)
Date: Sun, 09 May 2004 11:40:01 -0000
Subject: Re: good eve, m'lords, m'ladies
I, also, am English (god save the queen and take away the puritans) but am now
tossing around a little German (please no midget jokes) Ok, two sights that are
absolutely amazing for names are
Both come from very good sources and will tell you what they are (stay away from any
sight that just has a list and will not tell you where those names can be documented),
but poke aroud these two sights. Just for a laugh, in the panix sight, there is a list of
forgotten binames that are quite funny. (all can be documented) The good news for
you (I always worry about this one. The English are known for being very non creative
with their naming) is that Cassandra can be documented for your time and place.
Hope those two sights help. Also if somehow thase links are not working. Both of
those pages you can access through the SCA homepage under New members-
choosing a name and personna.
Mary of the Stuwes
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