[Sca-cooks] OT Judith has an SCA name!
susanrlin at gmail.com
Wed Dec 2 08:09:00 PST 2009
I have looked at getting a Khazar name as well. As usual - documented a
man's name is far easier than a woman's. The Academy of Saint Gabriel does
not have an expert who could help so I said I'd rather have the name I chose
whereever it could be documented - that was more than a year ago and I'm
I have lots of internet sites saved regarding the Khazars - it is a very
interesting area. I wish I had met Paul Wickendom it sounds like he would
have been most helpful.
On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 8:34 PM, Katja <katjaorlova at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >Our sources for non-European names in general is limited,
> especially with regard to minority populations, which a Jewish person in
> Middle East would be. I know one person who has a Jewish Khazar persona
> and, if he agrees, I can put you in touch with him.
> I, also, have a passed Khazar name.
> I initally intended to amend my original (passed) Russian name to
> be specifically Jewish, but ran into *tremendous* difficulty getting the
> name documented with a herald at Pennsic who was insurmountably unhelpful
> and rude, unfortunately.
> I gave up eventually and switched to researching a Khazar/Russian name, and
> we got it documented in about 15 minutes. The herald who helped me was Paul
> Wickendom of Thanet, and I can't recommend him enough -- he's a truly
> patient, knowledgable gentleman. He can be contacted via the Slavic Interest
> It's been about 15 years or so since that experience, so I truly hope there
> are more resources available now for documenting Eastern European and
> Central Asian names, and I wish you luck!! :)
> Best regards,
> Katja Davidova Orlova Khazarina
> Baroness of Thescorre, OP, OL, happy cook & dancer
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