Daoud al-Bodmani

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Plague Rats for my Ship's Cat Minerva's amusement
Information
Resides: Raymond, New Hampshire
Status:
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
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Per fess engrailed sable and barry engrailed argent and azure, an astrolabe argent and a pair of compasses inverted Or.
Award & Office Badges

Introduction

David Bodman

Recent (15 years) import from North Carolina, via Massachusetts. Joined the SCA in 1988.

Live in Raymond with my wife Elizabeth, and have a son Benjamin, currently living in Connecticut, and playing with the Barony of Dragonship Haven.

Persona

Daoud al-Bodmani (originally David of Bodman) was the second son of a tin mine owner in Central Cornwall.

With no prospects for much advancement and a desire to see the world, he stowed away on a ship, befriended and became the assistant to the navigator, and spent the next 30 years sailing the Mediterranean Sea and traveling through some of the border countries.

Offices & Positions

Deputy Seneschal for the City of Greensborough, Shire of Hindscroft 1993-2000

Chronicler of the Shire of Hindscroft, Kingdom of Atlantia, 1989-1993

Event Staff

Projects & Publications

Hindscroft Key, 1989-1993

Interests and Experience

Familiar with Middle eastern culture and history.

Interests in the Nautical Arts

Interests in collecting, recording, and utilizing songs and stories

16 years sailing small and large craft.

Member of the Clan of the Speaking Rock, cypher KD4CLJ

Member of the Order of the Wouff-Hong

Instructor in Medieval dance

Priest of the Order of Saint Silicon, Finder of the Mystic Ways

In Case of Court

How you would like to be notified in case of court.

More Information

My Lady, Elizabeth of Hindscroft. Atlantian Coronation, 1993

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My Son, Benjamin of Bodman

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