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'''Fulk de Toron''' lives in the [[Canton of Petrea Thule]] in [[Ealdormere]].  He is a former member of [[House Rougeabeille]] (as Paul de Trois-Frontières) and the primary author of the [[Rougeabeille Chronicle]], a psuedo-medieval history of the House and the [[Shire of Trinovantia Nova]].  He maintains a keen interest in the history and development of the [[Society for Creative Anachronism]] itself, in particular that of the Kingdom of Ealdormere, and delights in [[IKA|Inter-Kingdom Anthropology]].
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[[Lord]] '''Fulk de Toron''' lives in the [[Canton of Petrea Thule]] in [[Ealdormere]], where he serves as [[Castellan]] and [[Herald|canton Herald]].
  
His other interests include [[fighter|heavy fighting]], [[thrown weapon]]s, [[heraldry]], [[feast|feasting]], [[maille|maille-making]] and [[wenching]].
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He received his [[Award of Arms]] from the hand of Queen Adrielle Kerrec of Ealdormere at the [[Twelfth Night]] revels in the [[Canton of Monadh]] in [[A.S. XLIV]].
  
His [[arms]] are: ''[[vert]], a [[maunche]] [[argent]].''
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At [[Pikeman's Pleasure]] XXI in [[A.S. XLVI]] he received the [http://septentria.ealdormere.ca/awards.htm#The%20Order%20of%20the%20Bears%20Heart%20%28OBH%29 Order of the Bear's Heart] for his efforts in training and [[armor|armoring]] new fighters in the [[Barony of Septentria]].
  
Mundanely, Paul Matisz is a recent baccalaureate of Trent University with a joint major in Ancient Greek and Roman Literature and English Literature.
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He maintains a keen interest in the history and development of the [[Society for Creative Anachronism]] itself, in particular that of the Kingdom of Ealdormere, and delights in [[IKA|Inter-Kingdom Anthropology]].  His other interests include [[fighter|heavy fighting]] (first authorizing at the [[Battle of Baron's Howe]] in [[A.S. XLIV]]), [[thrown weapon]]s, [[heraldry]], [[feast|feasting]], [[leather]]-working and [[maille|maille-making]] (he has abandoned the pursuit of [[wench]]ing with his engagement to Lady Urraca de la Mar of Petrea Thule.)
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His [[arms]] are: ''[[vert]], a [[maunche]] [[argent]] within a [[bordure]] argent.''
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[[Image:Fulk shield done.jpg]]
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Lord Fulk is a former member of [[House Rougeabeille]] (as Paul de Trois-Frontières) and the primary author of the [[Rougeabeille Chronicle]], a pseudo-medieval history of the House and the [[Shire of Trinovantia Nova]].
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Mundanely, Paul Matisz is a baccalaureate of Trent University with a double major in Ancient Greek and Roman Literature and English Literature.

Latest revision as of 03:49, 25 November 2011

Lord Fulk de Toron lives in the Canton of Petrea Thule in Ealdormere, where he serves as Castellan and canton Herald.

He received his Award of Arms from the hand of Queen Adrielle Kerrec of Ealdormere at the Twelfth Night revels in the Canton of Monadh in A.S. XLIV.

At Pikeman's Pleasure XXI in A.S. XLVI he received the Order of the Bear's Heart for his efforts in training and armoring new fighters in the Barony of Septentria.

He maintains a keen interest in the history and development of the Society for Creative Anachronism itself, in particular that of the Kingdom of Ealdormere, and delights in Inter-Kingdom Anthropology. His other interests include heavy fighting (first authorizing at the Battle of Baron's Howe in A.S. XLIV), thrown weapons, heraldry, feasting, leather-working and maille-making (he has abandoned the pursuit of wenching with his engagement to Lady Urraca de la Mar of Petrea Thule.)

His arms are: vert, a maunche argent within a bordure argent. Fulk shield done.jpg

Lord Fulk is a former member of House Rougeabeille (as Paul de Trois-Frontières) and the primary author of the Rougeabeille Chronicle, a pseudo-medieval history of the House and the Shire of Trinovantia Nova.


Mundanely, Paul Matisz is a baccalaureate of Trent University with a double major in Ancient Greek and Roman Literature and English Literature.