Xandra Rozina Xiberras Galea

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Lady Xandra Rozina Xiberras Galea, called Rozi


Companion of the Laurel (Edward II and Thyra I) for fencing research and metalwork
Companion of the Maunche (Andreas II and Isabella II) for metalwork
Companion of the Silver Crescent (Darius II and Roxane II) for teaching fencing, running events
Queen’s Order of Courtesy (Isabella II)
King’s Arts and Sciences Champion (Gryffith II)
Companion of the Perseus (Carolingia, martial)
Companion of the Daystar (Carolingia, service)
Companion of the Moons (Carolingia, arts)
Keeper of the Light (Quintavia, service)
Keeper of the Sword (Quintavia, fencing)
Award of Arms


Society Deputy Rapier Marshal in charge of Special Projects 2014-present
Society Deputy Rapier Marshal for Youth (inaugural post) 2013 – 2014
Deputy Kingdom Youth Rapier Marshal 2012 – 2013
King’s Champion of Arts East 2011-2012
Shire Fencing Marshal Quintavia 2010 – present
Youth Marshal – Fencing Quintavia 2011 – present
Youth Marshal – Armored Combat Quintavia 2011 – present
Light MoL Carolingia 1999 – 2003

Event Autocrat

K&Q Equestrian Championships at Quintavia Fete August 2014
King and Queen’s Rapier Championship February 2012
Fencing Challenge March 2002
Duello November 2010
Queen’s Court at Carolingia February 2003
Duello November 2000

Other Event Duties

Server at many feasts, both high and low
Second cook at Quintavia Haflas

Other, Rapier Related

Published a paper on biomechanics of rapier fighting (http://www.asbweb.org/conferences/2000/pdf/143.pdf)
Taught at Knowne World Academies of the Rapier
Taught at several Academies of the Rapier
Classes in
– Overview of period manuals,
– Tailoring teaching of fencing for different body types,
– Italian period fencing,
– Fencing with a sword and cane/stick
Ran a regular class on 16th century Italian fencing
Retranslated parts of Thibault (French) and Fabris (Italian) for disseminating a greater understanding of what the original manuals said


Rozi was born in Malta around 1540 and was raised by her mother (a maid at the Knights' Palace) and grandfather. Her grandfather farmed a small plot of land due to his failing health, although her three uncles followed their father and were fishermen.

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