are some images from the reign of King Armand and Queen Diana, First King
and Queen of the Kingdom of Caid. As more data becomes available, they
will be moved to pages with articles about the events at which they were
From the First Caidan Crown Tournament
Terrence of the West places the rosemary wreath on the head of Sir
Armand de Sevigny
after the investiture of the first Crown Prince and Crown Princess
of Caid. From left: King Terrence of Halliday, Queen Allisandra
Olympia Martiessa de Constantine, Crown Prince Gregory of York and
Crown Princess Bevin Fraser of Sterling of the West, Crown Princess
Diana de Savigny of Caid.
In rear: Huette Aliza von und zu Ahrens und Mechtildberg. Andrew
of Riga, Louise of Woodsholme, Lorenzo di Sant'Angelo, Natalya Gregorovna
Andrew of Riga, with the Western Sword of State, leading King Gregory
and Queen Bevin into the hall. Duke Aonghais dubh MacTarbh is seen
to left holding a sword, and Baron Talanque of Calafia is seated
right, in front of Mistress Flavia Beatrice Carmigniani in blue
Seneschal, Sir Jason Griffiths of Shadowhyrst, bearing the Caidan
Sword of State, leading Prince Martin and Princess Neptha
Armand and Crown Princess Diana enter the hall.
Martin and Princess Neptha, before Gregory and Bevin, King and Queen
of the West. Sir Charles of Dublin holds the sword of state behind.
and Diana take the oath of fealty. (I believe it was at this point
that Armand said "I Armand, King of Calafia." Part of Viscount
Sir Morven of Carrick, Sir Charles of Dublin, Sir Jason Griffiths
of Shadowhyrst may be seen behind. Conrad von Regensburg reads the
Gregory of York, of the West, Crowns Armand King of Caid, using
the Ancient Crowns of the West.
of Bellatrix and Duke William of Hoghton are seen behind.
left, in back: Sir Charles of Dublin, Master Alewaulfe the Red,
Baron Conrad von Regensburg, Baroness Mary Taran of Glastonbury,
(unknown). Kneeling: Jason Griffiths of Shadowhyrst
Armand invests Conrad von Regensburg as the first Baron of Lyondemere.
King Gregory and Queen Bevin are on the Western thrones below. Standing
below are Natalya de Foix and Eowyn Amberdrake. Standing on stage
are Viscount Sir Morven of Carrick, and behind the Crown: Master
John ap Griffin and Jason Griffiths of Shadowhyrst
on this page taken by and courtesy of Mistress Joan of Crawfordsmuir (Joyce
This history may have errors in it, as much of the detail is “remembered”
history, or as one of the cover pages of the original type-written manuscript
states “The material within is derived from the information printed
in The Crown Prints and in The Page, and from the memories of the participants.”
The original document was typed on onion-skin paper, with hand-written
notes (often in the margins). All attempts have been made to reconcile
the notes with the original document.
specific annotations may be sent to Duchess Natalya