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Re: Broken web link, Quick FYI on Slot Machine Heraldry

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  • Rick Orli
    Lots of historical precident for adopting western style arms when dealing with westerners. The tagma did not have the same meaning, and the western COA was an
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 16, 2004
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      Lots of historical precident for adopting western style arms when
      dealing with westerners. The tagma did not have the same meaning,
      and the western COA was an easily understood badge of nobility.
      -Rick
      --- In sig@yahoogroups.com, "Su Ralston" <suralston@s...> wrote:
      > Leszek wrote: <snipped>
      >
      > > Be aware that tamga are very hard to get past SCA heraldry
      standards, and
      > you
      > > might want to consider a 'translated tamga' which uses standard
      European
      > > heraldic charges to approximate the shape of the Tamga.
      > > http://tulgey.browser.net/~jenne/poland/heraldry_article.html
      >
      > The link on this page to "A Page of Clan Herby" no longer works.
      >
      > BTW - there are some combinations that can be used in SCA Heraldry
      that are
      > not "Slot Machine" heraldry... we are in the process of forwarding
      a blasted
      > tree cojoined within an annulet (think leafless tree inside a
      circle) within
      > four roundels (again, think four circles, coins or balls).
      Because the
      > roundels are secondary objects (less important and peripheral to
      the central
      > charges), this isn't returnable for slot machine heraldry.
      >
      > You might also be able to get the effect of a Tamga by having two
      simpler
      > charges in pale, or one above the other.
      >
      > Su of the Silver Horn, Caid
      > Su Ralston, Fullerton, CA
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