Re: RE : [sig] Bohemian Question
His Highness is Bohemian, 14th Century. Her Highness is Armenian.
Her main focus of study is 7th Century Armenia, although all things
Armenian catch Her fancy.
Have a safe and enjoyable holiday season!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "L.M. Kies" <lkies@j...> wrote:
> Bohemian? Darn! I was hoping for Bulgarian.
> No one up here in the distant north of Calontir seemed to know
exactly what culture would be needed for our new crown prince and
princess, just that it was something Eastern European.
> I've only researched Russian coronations/documents, but I'll be
happy to help in any way I can. (I'd run across a Bulgarian
gospel in the process, which is why I was hoping for Bulgarian.)
> In service,
> Sofya la Rus
> Shire of Heraldshill
> >------- Original Message -------
> >From : xorazneartsruni[mailto:markandnancyk@c...]
> >Subject : RE : [sig] Bohemian Question
> >Does anyone have any research information on 14th C. Bohemian
> >texts or coronation ceremonies?
> >Thank you!
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