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==Countess in the SCA==
 
==Countess in the SCA==
  
In the [[SCA]], the [[title]] '''Countess''' is awarded to someone who has completed a [[reign]] over a [[kingdom]]. The [[honorific]] for a countess is "Your Excellency". After a second reign, they are awarded the title [[Duchess]].  A Countess is always a Lady of the Rose.
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In the [[SCA]], the [[title]] '''Countess''' is awarded to someone who has completed a [[reign]] over a [[kingdom]]. The [[honorific]] for a countess is "Your Excellency". After a second reign, they are awarded the title [[Duchess]].  In some kingdoms a Countess will also be a [[Order of the Rose|Lady of the Rose]].

Revision as of 01:11, 28 March 2005

In England, countesses are the wives of Earls.

Countess in the SCA

In the SCA, the title Countess is awarded to someone who has completed a reign over a kingdom. The honorific for a countess is "Your Excellency". After a second reign, they are awarded the title Duchess. In some kingdoms a Countess will also be a Lady of the Rose.