Argent, three piles azure issuant from base, in each a tower argent with the portcullis open; in chief a laurel wreath counterchanged
Meaning: From the Germen words Drei meaning Three and Burgen meaning castles. The name is reference to both the three primary cities (Riverside, San Bernardino, Redlands) and the surrounding mounting peaks (San Gorgonio, San Bernardino and San Jacinto ).
Dreiburgen’s arms reflect the same meanings. The three towers represent the primary cities and the blue piles represent the three mountain peaks.
Established: 10/28/1972 was the Markheim Invitational Samhaine Tourney -first event of Gorgonoth, a canton of the Barony of the Angels. First Baronial Anniversary Tournament 10/26 – 28/1974
Area: entire Riverside and San Bernardino counties when established
Recognition: Dreiburgen received The Royal Recognition of Excellence on 10/23/2004
Heraldic officer's title: Blue Mountain The herald's title is based on the blue piles of the arms, which represent the mountains around the eastern edge of the Los Angeles basin, and the territory of Dreiburgen.
More of Dreiburgen’s heraldry can be seen on their Branch Armory Page
- Order of the Towers of Dreiburgen(Service)
- Order of the Illuminated Tower(arts)
- Order of the Defenders of the Three Towers of Dreiburgen(Marshal Arts)
- Golden Ram (closed when the canton of Gorgonoth became the barony of Dreiburgen )
Patron Saint: Saint Geronimus
Newsletter: Dreiburgen News.
Territories of Dreiburgen
- Canton of Gallavally
- Canton of Mons Draconis
- Stronghold of Steinsee
Former Territories of Dreiburgen
- Canton of al-Sahid
- Canton of Desert March
- Pagus Sancti Geronimi
Guilds, Groups & Troops
- Dreiburgen Armourers Guild
- Culinary Arts Guild (On hiatus)
- The Dreiburgen Light Horse Guard
- Dreiburgen Archers