Regalia and Heraldry

Local Arts & Sciences Officers have the right to wear their Badge of Office.  This should be passed to you, by your predecessor, when you take over office.
The Arts & Sciences badge is:

scroll-right Azure, a candle enflamed within an arch stooped argent.  (A white candle, under a white arch, on a blue background.)

If you group has chosen to have separate Arts Officer and Science Officer, you may both use the Arts & Sciences badge, or the badges are as follows:

arts Arts:  Purpure, an Irish Harp Or.  (A gold harp on a purple background.)
sciences Sciences:  Per pale Or and Argent, a pair of Callipers Sable .  (Black callipers on a background – left: gold, right: white.)

The KMoAS, as one of the Greater Officers of State, is required to swear fealty and thus has a Chain of Officer to denote this.  This is part of the Kingdom Regalia, for Greater Officers.  The KMoAS may also use the Arts & Sciences badge.

1. Hand Book Home
2. Acknowledgements
3. Introduction
4. Regalia & Heraldry
5. Requirements for Group Officers
6. Requirements of Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences
7. Applying for Kingdom Minster of Arts & Sciences Position
8. Choosing a Local Arts & Sciences Officers Successor
9. Who is Required to have an Arts & Sciences Officer?
10. Reporting: When and To Who?
11. Suspension / Removal of Officers
12. Kingdom Arts & Sciences Competitions
13. Miscellaneous Kingdom Level Competitions
14. Lochac Kingdom Arts & Sciences Championship
15. Lochac’s Guilds, Companies & Colleges
16. About Guilds and Guild Guidelines
17. Recommendations & Awards
18. Contacting arts & Sciences
19. Appendix 1:
Guild Guidelines for the Kingdom of Lochac
20. Appendix 2:
Local / Baronial A&S Officer Report Form
21. Appendix 3:
Kingdom A&S Competition Forms
22. Appendix 4:
Running & Judging Kingdom A&S Competitions

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