Galefridus Peregrinus

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Dominus Galefridus Peregrinus
Resides:Barony of Settmour Swamp
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.

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Awards & Offices
Mentor Chirugeon Companion of the Order of the Silver Crescent Companion of the Order of the Maunche



Dom. Galefridus Peregrinus is one of the masters at the relatively newly formed University at Cantebrigge. His father was a physician who went on Crusade, and was captured by the Saracens. During his captivity, he studied Islamic medical practices and when released, returned home and taught them to his son. Dom. Galefridus occasionally visits a Far Eastern island nation, where he is known as Taguchi Moronaga.

Offices & Positions

Interim East Kingdom Chirurgeon, Oct 2011 - April 2012

Southern Region Chancellor, East Kingdom University, Feb 2011 - present

East Kingdom Deputy Chirurgeon, June 2010 - Sept 2011

Southern Region Chirurgeon, Feb 2009 - June 2010

Baronial Chirurgeon, Settmour Swamp, May 2008 - Feb 2009

Present & Former Event Staff

Chirurgeon-in-Charge, Pennsic War XLI (July and August 2012)

Chirurgeon and Chirurgeon-in-Charge, numerous events in and out of Settmour Swamp

Chirurgeon-in-Charge, Crown Tourney (Fall 2007 and Spring 2008)

Chirurgeon-in-Charge, East Kingdom War Practice (June 2011)

Deputy Chirurgeon-in-Charge for Planning, Pennsic Wars XXXVIII - XXXIX

Health and Safety Class Coordinator, Pennsic Wars XXXIX and XL

Emergency Deputy Chirurgeon-in-Charge, Pennsic War XL

Event Steward, Chirurgy and Cooking: A Winter Schola (January 2010)

Event Steward, Quest XXVIII (May 2011)



Chirurgeonate; Middle Eastern and North African food and cooking; period camp cooking.


  • Analysis of humoural theory in the Taqwim al-Sihha (Tacuinum Sanitatis)
  • Curing Olives
  • Research and use of medieval Middle Eastern and North African cookware
  • Translating tables of contents of medieval Islamic cookbooks
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