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- I'm OK with virtual courts for the time being
 
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- She/Her pronouns both in and out of persona
 
- She/Her pronouns both in and out of persona

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Resides: Barony of Stonemarche
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
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Introduction

Bonjour! I'm Juliana. I've spent quite a lot of time wandering before finally deciding to settle down in the East. I dabble in many things, but I tend to focus on Bardic works and research, fencing, and archery.

Persona

Little is known about Juliana de Beumont, outside of a few of her literary works that have been uncovered. Her poems and plays have the hallmarks of English poetry, but she seemed to have knowledge of French forms as well. Outside of that, only scattered remnants of her personal history have been uncovered so far. One particularly interesting note is an anecdote of a man stabbed by Beumont in a duel after a quarrel stemming from rumors that she was in fact a nobleman's son who had fled across the English channel. These rumors are, for the record, completely unfounded.

Event Staff

  • Arts and Sciences Display Greeter, A Market Day at Birka 2020, 01/25/2020

Projects & Publications

Myths and Monsters of the Known World: An Introduction to Medieval Bestiaries

In Case of Court

- I'm OK with virtual courts for the time being - She/Her pronouns both in and out of persona - I'm alright with surprises, although I do have a bit of an anxious streak, so either don't say anything, or tell me everything. "You should come to court today, so and so is getting an award" works better than just "You're wanted at court".

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