Scolastica la souriete

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Scolastica
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Resides:Hartshorn-dale
Status:Inactive, but don't intend to stay that way.
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
Heraldry

Heraldry Needed
Awards & Offices
Companion of the Order of the Laurel

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Introduction

Scolastica la souriete has been active in the SCA since 1983. She spent her first 14 years in the Society in Trimaris, then moved to the shire of Hartshorn-Dale in East Kingdom. During that 27 years of activity she used many names including Triste More, Triste Katharine More, Triste Cateline de la Mor, Cateline de la Mor, Cateline de la Mor la souriete, Cateline la souriete and finally Scolastica la souriete. Over the years, she has published articles in SCA publications under most of these names.

Currently, she runs the Thirteenth Century Garb list at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/13thCentGarb. Oddly enough, Scolastica hates to sew; she just runs the group so that she can pick people's brains and share her own research on 13th century clothing.

Scolastica has been studying medieval and Renaissance naming practices since before 1989. She has been a member of the College of Arms in the past and still does name consultations when she can.

In the past, Scolastica has studied embroidery, particularly Opus Anglicanum, intensively, but has discovered that she does not have the patience to execute it.

Scolastica's current favorite SCA pastime is spinning and studying medieval spinning. What started as a quick pickup craft for demos has turned into a positive obsession.

Persona

Scolastica la souriete is a devout Anglo-Norman woman who lives in northern England in the very early 13th century and is married to John fitzArnulf de Lithia. Being a well-behaved woman, she did not make history.

Offices & Positions

In her 27 years in the Society, Scolastica has held a few local offices in Trimaris and East Kingdom. She has been chronicler for at least 2 groups, herald for at least 2 groups, Art & Science officer for at least 1. The only kingdom office she has ever held is Ensign Herald in Trimaris, which at the time was for name commentary on the College of Arms.

Print Publications

Please note that this listing is woefully incomplete and it is in chronological order, with the most recent publications at the top.

  • An Introduction to the Documentation of Names Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 2004 (Cateline la souriete)
  • Patterns in Middle English Names with Multiple Bynames Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 2004 (Cateline la souriete)
  • A Brief Introduction to the History of Names Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 1994 (Cateline de la Mor la souriete)
  • A Survey of English Place-names Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 1994 (Cateline de la Mor la souriete)
  • Names from Foix and Languedoc Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 1994 (Cateline de la Mor la souriete)
  • Sixteenth Century Norman Names Known World Heraldic Proceedings 1994 (Cateline de la Mor la souriete)
  • Designing an SCA Name Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 1993 (Cateline de la Mor la souriete)
  • A Beginning Onomastics Library Known World Heraldic Symposium and Scribal Proceedings 1991 (Cateline de la Mor la souriete)
  • Gothic Names Early Period Beltaine A.S. XXV 1991? (#15) (Cateline de la Mor)
  • Opus Anglicanum Tournaments Illuminated Winter 1989 (#93) (Cateline de la Mor)
  • Viking Headdress Tournaments Illuminated Fall 1988 (#88) (Cateline de la Mor)

On-Line Articles

A Brief Introduction to the History of Names http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/namehist.html

Gothic Names http://housebarra.com/EP/ep15/05gothnames.html

Names from Fourteenth Century Foix http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/cateline/foix.html

Names from Thirteenth Century Languedoc http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/cateline/languedoc.html

Sixteenth century Norman Names http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/cateline/norman16.html

A Survey of the History of English PlaceĀ­names http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/engplnam.html

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