Aidan Cocrinn

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Vert, three chevronels braced inverted Or
Vert, three chevronels braced inverted Or

Mistress Aidan Cocrinn[edit | edit source]

Persona:[edit | edit source]

  • 10th Century Dublin Irish-Norse

History in the SCA:[edit | edit source]

  • Timeline:
    • Started 1983 Shire of Carlsby
    • Resident of the Kingdom of the Outlands 1997-2001, 2003-2006
    • 55th Laurel of Calontir, June 1994, by the Grace of TRM Conn and Sile
    • First Cyborg Laurel by decree of HL Vels in-vigalidi, 2015
  • Groups and Affiliations:
    • Current Group: Barony of Forgotten Sea. Prior Groups: Shire of Carlsby; Barony of al-Barran (Outlands)
    • First Laurel from the line of Baron Master Robert of Coldcastle, also his first apprentice
  • Offices:
    • Prior Local Offices: Shire treasurer, seneschal, chatelaine. BFS seneschal, chronicler, chatelaine, deputy treasurer
    • Prior Kingdom Offices: Falcon Signet, deputy F/S, deputy Chronicler, Chronicler, Royal Scribe to TRM Matsunaga and Elena, RUSH Regent Kansas/Nebraska; KMOAS
    • Other service: Event steward - Kris Kinder (2x), KC RenFest SCA Dell (2x), misc. other events.
    • Current: Event Steward - Kris Kinder 2019

Other Information[edit | edit source]

Rat out a Friend[edit | edit source]

  • Mistress Aidan, thank you so much for taking the time to go collect rocks and clay, to sit with my son and his friends and teach them about making pigment out of rocks. He was full of information and telling me about everything you taught him, from the clay and it's processing, to the rock you used to grind the rocks, to which feather is better to use for quills. The samples were amazing! Thank you again so much! - Siobhan MacKee
JibFealtyScroll.jpg Mistress Aidan made this scroll for Master Jibra'il `Attar. It is his fealty oath, as spoken in Farsi, during his elevation ceremony to the Order of the Laurel.

CearaCrossScroll.jpg Calon Cross Scroll for Mistress Cara Wythers Calligraphy style is from 9th century exemplars of Anglo Saxon writings. Illumination based on the Benedictional of St. Aethelwold, 975 AD, English.