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The symbol of the [[Laurel wreath]] was traditionally given to scholars, artists, athletes and soldiers in Ancient Greece as symbols of excellence. In the SCA, the Laurel is awarded to those who excel in a particular area of [[Arts and Sciences]], and it's in the job description for them to pass on knowlege to others. These people also judge [[A&S]] competitions, pass on recommendations to the [[Crown]] as to who future laurels should be, and are examples of courtesy and chivalric conduct. A Laurel may take on an [[apprentice]] to train up to 'laurelhood', often in a particular field similar to their own.
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==Kingdom Specific Information==
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The [[Lochac]] Order of the Laurel have a web page http://www.sca.org.au/laurels
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Becoming a Laurel (or any type of [[peer]]) takes about 10 years of dedicated work, on average.
 
  
A Laurel is addressed with the [[title]] of Master or Mistress, and bears a symbol of the laurel wreath. Some may also wear a [[Chain of Fealty]] if they are in [[fealty]] to the [[Crown]].
 
  
==Kingdom Specific Information==
 
The [[Lochac]] Order of the Laurel have a web page http://www.sca.org.au/laurels
 
  
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Revision as of 06:01, 9 October 2005

Kingdom Specific Information

The Lochac Order of the Laurel have a web page http://www.sca.org.au/laurels