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Re: Number of Peers by Order
Poster: Kevin of Thornbury <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Karen Lyons-McGann wrote:
> Poster: "Karen Lyons-McGann" <email@example.com>
> >> which also leads me to wonder - what's the proportion of pelicans to
> >> laurels to knights in atlantia?
> > As of November 1997, when last the On-Line Order of Precedence
> > was updated:
> > Laurel: 86
> > Pelican: 57
> > Knight: 75
> Can a person be more than one? I think I know they can, but now must ask
> to make sure. It makes the numbers a little less precise.
Yes. Count Thorbrandr Olafsson and Sir AElfred of Cres for instance are
both Knights and Masters of the Laurel. Earl Dafydd ap Gwystl is
Knight, Laurel and Pelican.
As far as the numbers being less precise, I don't think so. We're
discussing recognition and acceptance. Dafydd had to be accepted as did
any other candidate for each of his peerages.
If the discussion was simply, "How many peers?" then the numbers would
be slightly off.
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