The Barony of Marinus


BARONIAL AWARDS 


Atlantian Barony - Marinus

Arms of Marinus 

First Investiture: September 26, 1987 (AS 22)



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The Barons and Baronesses of Marinus

Investiture Date Divestiture Date Baron Baroness Term

September 26, 1987 (AS 22)

January 4, 1992 (AS 26)

Donal macRuiseart

Catherine de Bellefleur

Donal and Catherine

January 4, 1992 (AS 26)

January 13, 1996 (AS 30)

Richard d'Andrade

Alesia de Trenwyth

Richard and Alesia

January 13, 1996 (AS 30)

July 14, 1996 (AS 31)

Myles of Falkon Hold

Olwen de Montgomery

Myles and Olwen

July 14, 1996 (AS 31)

September 6, 1997 (AS 32)

 

Olwen de Montgomery

Olwen

September 6, 1997 (AS 32)

November 22, 2003 (AS 38)

Arnbiørn Bassi Dansson

Hróðný Rognvaldsdóttir

Arnbiørn and Hróðný

November 22, 2003 (AS 38)

November 10, 2007 (AS 42)

Otto von Schwartzkatz

Margrét Eyverska

Otto and Margrét

November 10, 2007 (AS 42)

November 10, 2012 (AS 47)

William of Bellwood

Sarah Elizabeth of Bellwood

William and Sarah Beth

November 10, 2012 (AS 47)

October 24, 2015 (AS 50)

Aldrydd Ffestiniog

Isabel d'Avignon

Aldrydd and Isabel

October 24, 2015 (AS 50)

Unknown

Jean Maurice le Marinier

Catalina Riquel de Luna

Jean Maurice and Catalina


Baronial Order of Precedence containing all known members of the Barony


The Awards of Marinus

Award Name

  

Award Description

Award of the Brass Trident


This award is principally intended to recognize a person who has consistently through continual labor brought honor unto the Barony and its citizens through constant unfailing performance of service or the exemplary execution of the performance of fighting arts over an extended period of time. This is the Barony's highest award.

Award of the Marlin

 

This award is principally intended to recognize a person who has shown over a period of time noteworthy skill in the martial arts of the SCA (which include heavy weapons, rapier, thrown weapons, archery, equestrian, siege, marshaling, and scouting) and uses that skill to bring honor to the Barony or benefit to its citizens. This includes the basics of fighting, shooting, throwing, riding, teaching, and assisting in the production of armor, ammunition, or weapons without remuneration, providing the general public with a "living pell" during demos, or providing leadership for the Baronial fighting, riding, or shooting unit.

Award of the Oaken Oar

 

This award is principally intended to recognize a person who has, over a period of time, performed service of a general nature that has benefited the Barony. It might also be presented to an individual who has performed one or more acts that have rescued the Barony or some of its citizens from a risky, embarrassing or demeaning situation. It could be also be presented to an individual who has carried out the duties of a demanding Baronial Office exceptionally well.

Award of the Water Lily

 

This award is principally intended to recognize a person who has, over a period of time, shown some noteworthy ability in the Arts and/or Sciences and shares that ability with the general populace either through teaching or display, bringing honor unto the Barony or benefit to its citizens.

Award of the Sandpiper

 

This award is intended to reward the works of children under the age of sixteen. It is awarded for exemplary service to the Barony.

Award of the Sea Fan

 

This award is intended to reward the works of children under the age of sixteen. It is awarded for exemplary work in the Arts and Sciences.

The Coin of the Sea

 

The Coin of the Sea is an award of special recognition and is given at the discretion of the Baron and/or Baroness. It can be given multiple times and for a variety of reasons. The token is traditionally a golden sand dollar pendant.

Company of Artificers of Marinus

 

Membership in this company is principally intended to recognize a person who, over a period of time, has shown noteworthy skill in the crafting of items that benefit the Barony.

Award of the Stewards of St. Marinus

 

The award was created to recognize those members of the Barony who have successfully run several Marinus events or have successfully cooked feasts for several Marinus events. Members of this order routinely serve as mentors to new autocrats and feast cooks. Members of the order who were recognized for their work as an autocrat are called Hall Stewards. Members of the order who were recognized for their work as a head cook are called Feast Stewards.

Baron's Award of Excellence

 

Given to those the Baron sees fit of recognition through their exceptional words and deeds of courtesy, service, prowess, and ideals that reflect what it truly means to be Marinusian.

Baroness' Award of Courtesy

 

Given to those the Baroness sees fit of recognition through their exceptional words and deeds of courtesy, service, prowess, and ideals that reflect what it truly means to be Marinusian.

Award of the Golden Nutmeg


 

The Award of the Golden Nutmeg is awarded for excellence in cooking.

Award of the Magpie

 



The Hammer of St. Marinus

 

This award is given to individuals who show excellence in the any of the marshalled disciplines.

The Award of the Skep

 

Given to individuals who show excellence in the field of Arts and Sciences.


The Award of the Capstan of
Saint Marinus

 

Given to those who show exceptional service and sacrifice.


Images of Baronial arms courtesy of Bran Trefonnen and Seamus The Tinker.