Difference between revisions of "White baldric"

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A '''white baldric''' is a simply a coloured sash, and wearing one in the [[SCA]] indicates that the wearer the rank of [[master at arms]].
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A '''white baldric''' is a simply that: a [[baldric]] of the color [[white]], which, in the [[SCA]], indicates that the wearer is a  [[master at arms]].
  
 
This is an [[SCAism]] and does not seem to have a basis in history.
 
This is an [[SCAism]] and does not seem to have a basis in history.

Latest revision as of 05:47, 23 September 2006

A white baldric is a simply that: a baldric of the color white, which, in the SCA, indicates that the wearer is a master at arms.

This is an SCAism and does not seem to have a basis in history.

There are also other colours of belts that have a meaning in the SCA but are not restricted to those positions.