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This was formerly an AoA level, polling order. As of April 1, 2003, the Sea Stag became a Grant level polling order, and was expanded to include all martial disciplines, not just heavy weapons. Jacques Martel de Normande, called the Jovial was the first recipient of this award on June 11, 1977, given during the reign of TRH Laeghaire and Ysabeau.
 
This was formerly an AoA level, polling order. As of April 1, 2003, the Sea Stag became a Grant level polling order, and was expanded to include all martial disciplines, not just heavy weapons. Jacques Martel de Normande, called the Jovial was the first recipient of this award on June 11, 1977, given during the reign of TRH Laeghaire and Ysabeau.
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Revision as of 11:51, 20 February 2019

Order of the Sea Stag
File:Atlantiaseastag.gif‎
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Blazon
"Azure, a stag's head cabossed and in base two tridents in saltire argent."
Awarded for
Armored combat, rapier combat
Kingdom
Atlantia
Barony
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Presented by
King and Queen of Atlantia
Incumbent
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Date created
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Order of the Sea Stag

The Order of the Sea Stag is an Order of High Merit that honors and recognizes those subjects who have distinguished themselves by their teaching of armored combat and rapier combat.

This was formerly an AoA level, polling order. As of April 1, 2003, the Sea Stag became a Grant level polling order, and was expanded to include all martial disciplines, not just heavy weapons. Jacques Martel de Normande, called the Jovial was the first recipient of this award on June 11, 1977, given during the reign of TRH Laeghaire and Ysabeau.