Award Chart ver 1.8

21 May 2015 by gebhard, 2 Comments »

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Small corrections, for example “title” changed to “styling” where appropriate. Kingdoms can not make new titles, however they can grant a style.

Not all titles are official but are used by custom.

 

2 Comments

  1. […] If you have ever found the plethora of Kingdom awards confusing, Baron Gebhard Rauten maintains a resource that can help. He has just posted latest revision of his Award Chart in his blog. The chart can be found here: http://lozengia.com/gebhard/award-chart-ver-1-8/ […]

  2. Kirsten Thorsteinsdottir says:

    Shouldn’t the title under the Grant of Arms be “Title: The Honorable Lord/Lady” not Load/Lady?

    Love the layout though!
    Kirsten

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