Difference between revisions of "Regalia"

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Items of [[garb]] that (generally) belong to the a royal household - for example:
 
Items of [[garb]] that (generally) belong to the a royal household - for example:
   
 
*[[crowns]]s/[[coronet]]/[[coronel]]
 
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*[[cloak]]s
<li>[[crown|crowns]]/coronet</li>
 
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*[[throne]]s
<li>[[cloak|cloaks]]</li>
 
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*[[septre]]
<li>[[throne|thrones]]</li>
 
<li>[[septre]]</li>
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*[[orb]]
<li>[[orb]]</li>
 
   
 
There might also be a banner or rings that go along with it. These are generally handed down from personage to personage as the '[[office]]' passes hands.
 
There might also be a banner or rings that go along with it. These are generally handed down from personage to personage as the '[[office]]' passes hands.
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Another form of regalia is [[peer]]age regalia - e.g. a Knight:
 
Another form of regalia is [[peer]]age regalia - e.g. a Knight:
   
<li>[[spurs]]</li>
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*[[spurs]]
<li>[[fealty chain]]</li>
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*[[fealty chain]]
<li>[[white belt]]</li>
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*[[white belt]]
<li>[[cloak]]</li>
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*[[cloak]]

Revision as of 09:39, 15 November 2003

Items of garb that (generally) belong to the a royal household - for example:

There might also be a banner or rings that go along with it. These are generally handed down from personage to personage as the 'office' passes hands.

Another form of regalia is peerage regalia - e.g. a Knight: