Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Results of the Scribes Competition


a Scribal Competition to help reduce the backlog of scrolls was run over the last nine months from Festival to Canterbury Faire with results to have been announced at Festival AS 45. Unfortunately due to the rain the Competition Results were not announced.

I would like to announce the winners of the competition now these were;

Branwen of Werchesvorde
Maeve ni Iasachta
Aeron Lasair
Keridwen the Mouse
Katherine Alicia of Sarum

Other members of the College of Scribes that took part in this competition and helped to reduce the backlog of scrolls include;
Muirghein ni Ghrainne
BrĂ­an dorcha ua Conaill
Constanzia Moralez y de Zamora
Liadan verch Lochac
Celestria Ashwood
Svartr Ormsson
Tamsyn Northover
Leonie de Grey
Madoc ap Gryffith
Tailtiu of Gortruna
Tatiiana Kalinin
Arlette Mortimer
Riona of Caerleon
Catherine d’Arc
Katrijn van Delden
Madelaine de Bourgogne
Gillian Attwood
Katerina de Brescia
Phedre de Caravalle
Kathern Richer
Alicia the Pastry chef
Maragerete Engelhardtz
Lyssa Trygvrrsdottir
Caristiona nic Beathain

For those who would like to see the work that each of these scribes put into reducing the backlog each of the scrolls included in the competition are available at

Together these scribes completed over 100 scrolls in the nine months from Festival AS 44 for Canterbury Faire AS 45 for the competition and many of these scribes also completed additional peerage scrolls during this time.

Another competition has been started to complete Pelican Scrolls over the next nine months. I look forward to seeing more wonderful work from each of these scribes.

I would like to thank each and everyone of these scribes for the amount of work that they have done over the last year for the College of Scribes and for the Kingdom of Lochac.

Caristiona nic Beathain
Provost of the College of Scribes

1 comment:

  1. One thing that needs to be said is that the last name on the list should be first. By far and away the person who put in the most work this year was Caristiona herself but she took her name out because she didn't want to win her own competition. Check out flickr and note how many times her name appears.

    But well done to everyone who helped demolish the preprinted backlog. Fabulous work. Gosh darn, we are triffic.