My Lords and Ladies and fellow Wiki Users, I am Lothian I, Prince of Lyonesse. People call me "Lo" for short. I wish to expand upon this Wiki if so allowed as heraldry is a great and long time hobby of mine. I consider myself an amature Heraldic Artist.
My plan would be to finish what was began by continuing to upload files to the existing catagories and to expand others and create new ones for the future.
I would like anybody's input on this as I will apply for the adoption of this Wiki unless, I hear from another active User.
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Hello wikian Armorialists! People call me "Lo", I am Mark Thomas Lothian Lane. I am the sovereign leader of the micronation Principality of Lyonesse in southeastern North Carolina. In January 2012 I was coronated "Lothian I by the grace of God of Lyonesse and its territories, PRINCE, Lord of the Lir & Elder Isles, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Realm, by the heads of the nine (9) Royal Tribes of Lyonesse. On July 1, 2012, Lyonesse declared its independence as a sovereign Micronation within the borders of the United States.
I am an amateur heraldic artist by hobby and love everything to do with Heraldry. Put me to work here please! I really want to help if I can.
Thank you for creating this Wiki...!!!
Lothian 1 (talk) 13:27, July…Read more >
Well, it's under way - my heraldry wiki, a project to transcribe the whole of Burke's General Armory, is now on it's fourth day of existence.
Actually of course, I've been working at it for quite a lot longer than four days. And this is going to take a long time - a really long time - a really, really long time - to complete.
A few months ago I discovered that the general Armory, originally published in the 19th century, and still in print (albeit it would cost around £100 to buy all the volumes) was available free and online through the Open Archive project. I could download a PDF file scanned from the original publication, and also a text file created by running the same through an OCR programme.
That gave me the idea - I could actually use…Read more >