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Márkus of Bhakail

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This is a temporary photo till I work out my persona
Information
Resides: Bailiwick of Ivyeinrust, Barony of Bhakail
Status: Associate Member
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
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Award & Office Badges

Introduction

I have known of the Society and been occasionally floating around its edges since I was a teenager, in the (sixties? and) seventies in and around NYC, but I only formally joined in early 2015, with the "default" Society name Mark of Bhakail.

Name

My paternal grandfather came to the US before WW I, from a village in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire and is now in Hungary. So, while I am still working on a persona and full name, I am changing my Society given name to Márkus, the Hungarian form of Mark, attested in 1560 according to the Society's Heraldry website.

(2015.03.09) I have not yet registered the name — I'm waiting till I've got a complete name — and similarly my wiki account is still "Mark of Bhakail". But as a moderately experienced Wikipedia editor, I am redirecting my "Mark..." pages to "Márkus...".

SCA Biography

Selected Awards

(when I have any!)

Persona

Under construction

Offices & Positions

  1. Random Dishrag Bardic Guild, 01/30/2016 -

Event Staff

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Projects & Publications

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More Information

  • Experienced in wikiediting.
  • A long time ago, somewhat capable in calligraphy, but even then nowhere near the abilities of the Society's wondrously skilled illuminators.
  • Doctor Philosophiæ in linguistics. A lifelong lover of languages, and a researcher and research administrator thereof until I retired from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012. Somewhat or more-than-somewhat familiar with several, including Latin.