[Elfsea] Re: Nine Worthies
willowjonbardc at juno.com
Mon Jul 21 18:51:14 PDT 2003
Where did you get this list?? Is It period?
The two list I have are different. The Marchese Tommaso II of Saluzzo
list a bunch of Amazons. Jacques Iverny painted This list in 15th
Semiramis, Lampheto, Marpasia, Synoppe, Thamiris, Menalippe, Hippolyta,
Orithyia, and Penthesilea
The other list I have is from a late 16th century Heraldry book
Deborah, Judith, Jael (Jewish)
Minerva, Semiramis, Thamiris (Classical)
Matilda of England, Joanna of Naples, Isabel of Spain (Christian)
On Mon, 21 Jul 2003 09:23:24 -0500 "Morgan Cain \(Ansteorra\)"
<morgancain at earthlink.net> writes:
> Her Grace asked:
> > Can you name the Nine Heroines.?
> I've seen different lists of Nine Worthy Women, the one I use
> Deborah, Judith, Esther (Jewish)
> Lucretia, Venturia, Boadicia (Classical)
> St. Helena, St. Clotilde, St. Elisabeth of Hungary
> There are several alternatives in each category. St. Birgita is a
> one for the Christian, but I don't like mystics much.
> And also:
> > Where do teach your classes?
> Collegia-type events, as a rule. I suppose I could do it at A&S if
> it fits
> into the scheme of things. Pretty much if I am asked and my time
> coordinates, I am happy to teach.
> ---= Morgan
> "Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea,
> never regains its original dimensions."
> ---= Oliver Wendell Holmes
> "....look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else."
> ---= Tom Stoppard, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead"
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