SC - Charters

Lee Lemons lalemons at
Mon Aug 2 21:53:53 PDT 1999

For a new charter to pass, complete documentation must be presented - a color copy
of the original or what you are basing it on, book title, page, time period, and
the calligraphy hand must be documentable to the time period.  In the past, this
hasn't always been followed through on - it will be now.


Brent_Ryder at wrote:

> >I might be wrong about this, but I thought it was required to give
> >documentation for the artwork and hand used when submitting a new charter
> >design.
> saying you got the art from Kells and the hand is Carolingian or some such, is
> way easier that finding three different sources for each illumated piece of the
> scroll along with docs for the general arrangement and color use, not to mention
> coordinating this information with period use of the chosen callig. hand (three
> sources for all as usual)
> I think Documentation should be better defined for our general use here. I may
> just be going overboard.
> Borek
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