[ANSTHRLD] Follow up on Baron Tepesa, part 2

Charles Ó Floinn Tons at raf662bravo.com
Wed Jan 25 15:43:13 PST 2006

>Now asking if it is a period style
>Not really.  "Per X an X between this and that" is typical SCA but
>quite rare in period (though not utterly unknown).  Per chevron /
>a chevron divides the field more naturally into three zones, so it
>would be more common to see two charges in chief than three.
>Crosses crosslet fitchy are fine period charges, and the phoenix is
>not at all unknown, so I think they're good.

Why, Daniel,

I know that being displayed straight across is acceptable in the SCA but I
thought that the crosses in chief should follow the chevron (since it is
there) to be in period.

Am I wrong about this?

? Charles Ó Floinn, ?
Thorn at raf662bravo.com
Herald, Shire of Rosenfeld
Kilgore, Texas

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