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The order of Precedence is a listing of [[award]]s given to members of the [[society]]. It gives a listing of all the people who have received awards, what awards were given, and who they were given by.  
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The order of Precedence is a listing of all the people who have received [[award]]s within the SCA, ordered from the highest ranking to the lowest. Ranking (or precedence) is determined by the highest level of award received, and the date an award of that level was first given to the recipient. The earlier a person received an award, the higher they appear on the order of precedence.
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The ranking of awards, from highest to lowest, are:
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* [[Duke]] and [[Duchess]]
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* [[Count]] and [[Countess]]
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* [[Viscount]] and [[Viscountess]]
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* Other [[peer]]s
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* [[Grant of Arms]]
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* [[leaf level awards]]
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* [[Award of Arms]]
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* non-armigerous awards
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Note that if somebody had received a [[laurel]] and a [[pelican]] in the last year, they would rank below somebody who had received a [[laurel]] three years ago, as they had reached that level first. The fact that someone has obtained a second award at a certain level does not add to their precedence.
  
 
The Lochac Order of Precedence can be located at: http://www.sca.org.au/herald/php/OP.php
 
The Lochac Order of Precedence can be located at: http://www.sca.org.au/herald/php/OP.php

Revision as of 12:34, 26 October 2003

The order of Precedence is a listing of all the people who have received awards within the SCA, ordered from the highest ranking to the lowest. Ranking (or precedence) is determined by the highest level of award received, and the date an award of that level was first given to the recipient. The earlier a person received an award, the higher they appear on the order of precedence.

The ranking of awards, from highest to lowest, are:

Note that if somebody had received a laurel and a pelican in the last year, they would rank below somebody who had received a laurel three years ago, as they had reached that level first. The fact that someone has obtained a second award at a certain level does not add to their precedence.

The Lochac Order of Precedence can be located at: http://www.sca.org.au/herald/php/OP.php