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In the [[SCA]], '''investiture''' refers to the ceremony by which a new set of ruling [[nobility]] is given the leadership of their [[group]]. It most often refers to [[barony|baronies]], however it can also be used interchangably with the term [[coronation]] when referring to the ascension of [[royalty]].
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In the [[SCA]], '''investiture''' refers to the ceremony by which a new set of [[landed nobility]] is given the leadership of their [[group]]. It most often refers to [[barony|baronies]], however it can also be used interchangably with the term [[coronation]] when referring to the ascension of [[royalty]].
   
 
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Revision as of 23:04, 31 October 2006

In the SCA, investiture refers to the ceremony by which a new set of landed nobility is given the leadership of their group. It most often refers to baronies, however it can also be used interchangably with the term coronation when referring to the ascension of royalty.