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Heraldry usually involves the creation and registration of armorial bearings, or [[device]]s. In the SCA, heralds are also responsible for keeping track of awards, researching accurate medieval names, comp&egrave;re-ing tournaments, running ceremonies, and a multitude of other things.  
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Heraldry usually involves the creation and registration of [[armorial]] bearings, or [[device]]s. In the [[SCA]], [[herald]]s are also responsible for keeping track of awards, researching accurate medieval names, comp&egrave;re-ing tournaments, running ceremonies, and a multitude of other things.  
  
 
These activities are usually divided into two main categories. [[Book heraldry]] involves anything to do with the registration of names and devices, and the organisation of ceremonies.  [[Voice heraldry]] is announcing things.  
 
These activities are usually divided into two main categories. [[Book heraldry]] involves anything to do with the registration of names and devices, and the organisation of ceremonies.  [[Voice heraldry]] is announcing things.  

Revision as of 16:22, 11 June 2004

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Heraldry usually involves the creation and registration of armorial bearings, or devices. In the SCA, heralds are also responsible for keeping track of awards, researching accurate medieval names, compère-ing tournaments, running ceremonies, and a multitude of other things.

These activities are usually divided into two main categories. Book heraldry involves anything to do with the registration of names and devices, and the organisation of ceremonies. Voice heraldry is announcing things.

Book Heraldry

Devices

Names

Ceremonies

Voice Heraldry

Links