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Sources:[edit]

Academy of St. Gabriel "Medieval Names Archive" - [[1]] Database of medieval names (from the Medieval Names Archive) - http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/database/ Archive of St. Gabriel reports - [[2]]

Laurel Name Articles - http:heraldry.sca.org/laurel/

IGI Searches, batches beginning with C, J, K, M (except M17 and M18), or P are acceptable - [[3]]

Omniglot On-line Encyclopedia of Writing Systems and Languages - [[4]]

"Catalogo de Passajeros a Indias Cat.II years 1535-1538

"16th C Spanish Names" by Elsbeth Anne Roth - [[5]]

St. Gabriel report number 1945 - [[6]]

Placenames:[edit]

Historic Cities: Iberia - [[7]] (old maps and images)


SENA Appendix A: Patterns That Do Not Need Further Documentation by Language Group[edit]

http://heraldry.sca.org/sena.html#AppendixA (as of 12 October 2013)

Iberian

Double Given Names Locative Patronymic Other relationship Descriptive/Occupational Dictus Double Bynames Order
Castilian (Spanish) Late Phrase (de X; del Y or de la Y), unmarked; adjectival Marked (see notes), unmarked Yes; usually without article Yes; second byname usually locative given+byname

given+pat+locative given+byname+locative given+pat+descriptive

Catalan Yes Phrase (de X,del Y or de la Y), adjectival Unmarked or marked as in Castilian viuda "widow" Yes; usually without article alias with two bynames Yes; second byname usually locative given+byname

given+given+byname given+byname+locative

Basque
Portuguese Phrase (de X,da Xdo X,d'X) Marked (see notes), unmarked Yes; usually without article Yes; second byname usually locative given+byname

given+pat+locative

Notes:

Castilian: A patronymic byname may be Latinized (filius B) or in the vernacular, usually formed by adding -ez to the father's name (and dropping terminal -o). Patronyms may also be formed by using an unmodified version of the father's name. For more details see Elsbeth Anne Roth, "16th Century Spanish Names" (http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~kvs/heraldry/spanish16/) or Juliana de Luna "Spanish Names from the Late 15th Century" (http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/juliana/isabella/).

Catalan: For further details see Aryanhwy merch Catmael, "Catalan Names from the 1510 census of Valencia" (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/spanish/valencia1510.html), especially the surname section.

Basque: All patterns in Basque must be documented; Basque names often closely resemble Castilian or Catalan names.

Portuguese: ...


SENA Appendix C: Regional Naming Groups and Their Mixes[edit]

http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/sena.html#AppendixC

Regional Groups: By Time Period: Languages Included In This Group: Can Be Combined With Groups:
Iberian 550-1100 Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Basque, Visigothic, etc. Arabic

French Italian

1100-1600 Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Basque, Visigothic, etc. Arabic

French Italian


Precedents:[edit]

Precedents of the SCA College of Arms - [[8]] Morsulus Heralds Website - [[9]] (to search the LoARs and Precedents) Restatement Wiki - [[10]] (restatements of Precedents) Use the above links to be sure any precedents listed below haven't been superseded by newer precedents.

Collected Precedents of the SCA: Basque - [[11]] Collected Precedents of the SCA: Catalan - [[12]] Collected Precedents of the SCA: Spanish - [[13]]

From the <month> <year> LoAR: