[ANSTHRLD] CD for Color of Cotises?
zahavabathannah at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 18 11:06:45 PST 2005
Thank you very much!!
--- tmcd at panix.com wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Feb 2005, Miriam Cook
> <zahavabathannah at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > When checking Armory for conflict, can you get a
> CD for changing the
> > color of cotises?
> We can go to first principles for the answer. The
> CoA Glossary of
> Terms includes
> Secondary Charge Group. A group of charges on
> the field around the
> primary charge group. A design may have more
> than one secondary
> charge group. Each group may confer difference
> independently. In
> Gules, a pale between two mullets argent, the
> mullets are the
> secondary charge group. The secondary charges
> in Or, a maunche
> between three roundels azure are the roundels.
> In Sable, a
> chevron cotised argent between three millrinds
> Or there are two
> secondary charge groups, the cotises and the
> millrinds. ...
> It says that a secondary charge group is a group of
> charges directly
> on the field. (OK, it doesn't say "directly", but
> it should: if
> they're not "directly", they're "tertiary" or
> perhaps "overall".)
> It says that cotises are secondaries. RfS X.4.b, d,
> e, f, g, and h
> give various types of CDs to "charges in any group
> placed directly on
> the field".
> Therefore, cotises get all the CDs of any other
> secondary charges.
> > Example, A pale cotised vert vs. a pale vert
> cotised sable?
> Exactly the same as "a pale between two mullets
> vert" versus "a pale
> vert between two mullets sable", which is to say,
> Daniel de Lyncoln
> Tim McDaniel; Reply-To: tmcd at panix.com
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