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Revision as of 14:49, 4 July 2007

In the SCA people with an Anglo-Saxon persona may choose to use one of the following alternate titles.

SCA Old English
King Cyning/Kyng
Queen Cwene
Prince Ætheling
Princess Hlaefdige
Duke Eorl
Duchess Hlaefdige
Count Eorl
Countess Hlaefdige
Viscount þegn
Viscountess Hlaefdige
Master Magister
Mistress Hlaefdige
Knight Cniht/Ridda/Ridere
Baron þegn
Baroness Hlaefdige
Lord Hlaford
Lady Hlaefdige