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by Baron of Seabegs
Sun Aug 05, 2018 3:00 pm
Forum: New Arms Registrations
Topic: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417
Replies: 11
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Re: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417

Thanks for the lesson. I am a big fan of etymology, which, as my seven year old daughter once informed me: "... is not just about the study of ants, Daddy!"
by Baron of Seabegs
Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:03 pm
Forum: New Arms Registrations
Topic: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417
Replies: 11
Views: 11318

Re: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417

Thank you Chris for your cogent reply to my comment. I agree that there may be many pitfalls to coining new mottoes in dead languages. While I have a certain partiality to ancient Roman culture I would advise others to stick to their native languages when coining new mottoes and especially a tattoo .
by Baron of Seabegs
Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:23 pm
Forum: New Arms Registrations
Topic: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417
Replies: 11
Views: 11318

Re: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417

As an addendum, the reason I wished my motto to be in Latin is that that Seabegs Wood, in the northern portion of the barony, is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it holds the best preserved section of the ancient Roman Antonine Wall in southern Scotland. In fact the former caput baronia...
by Baron of Seabegs
Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:21 pm
Forum: New Arms Registrations
Topic: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417
Replies: 11
Views: 11318

Re: Dr. George M. Burden, Baron of Seabegs No.0417

I want to thank Chris Green for his comments and appreciate the President of the International Association of Amateur Heralds taking time to comment on my arms and motto. I should point out that the current definition of health by family physicians and the WHO is most definitely not "absence of dise...