At Briana's protege ceremony
Or, a lion rampant guardant and in chief two candles purpure lit gules.
THL Briana MacCabe has been a member of the SCA since May 2010.
Briana MacCabe was born in West Breifne, Ireland in 1564. Her father, Michael, was bard and poet to Brian O'Rourke, the chieftain of West Breifne and Briana followed in her father's footsteps. After the recent troubles the O'Rourkes ran into with the English, Briana wisely removed herself to her adopted homeland of Caid and is working making a name as a Bard in the Crescent kingdom.
Her motto is "Seirbhís. Ceol. Croí." This is Irish Gaelic for "Service. Music. Heart."
- Sister in Flaxen Abbey.
- Was taken on as a Protegee of Dame Lynnette de Sandoval del Valle de los Unicornios at Altavia Anniversary and Investiture 2014.
Offices & Positions
- Lady-in-Waiting for Altavia Baroness THL Meliora Deverel, October 2011 - May 2014
- Deputy Webwright, Barony of Altavia, December 2013 - February 2015
- Bard of Altavia, December 2014 - December 2015
- Chief Lady-in-Waiting for Altavia Baroness Cecilia Medici, 05/2014 - 02/2015
- Deputy Webwright for Social Media, Barony of Altavia, Jan 2014 - August 2014
- Deputy Seneschal for Social Media, Barony of Altavia, August 2014 - February 2015
- Lady-in-Waiting for Her Highness Sigriðr in irska, 2015
- Seneschal for the Barony of Altavia, February 2015 - 05/2017
- Deputy Publicity Steward for Great Western War, 2016–Present
- Deputy Seneschal for Social Media, 05/2017 - Present
- Lady-in-Waiting (1 of 4 rotating Chief Ladies) for Her MajestyBridget Lucia Mackenzie, 2017
- Event Steward for Altavia's Agincourt Tourney 2013
- Event Steward for Fall Crown Tourney 2014
Projects & Publications
- Do You Love a Ghille?, written for the People's Choice Bardic Competition at Angels Anniversary 2013
- Heirs on the Range, written for the stepping down of Secca and Meliora and stepping up of Cristof and Cecilia, Altavia Anniversary 2014
- The Medici's Daughter, written for the Bard of Altavia competition, Angels/Altavia Yule 2014
- The Bee of Kiev in the Field of Glory, a praise poem for Sir Ilia Aleksandrovich, written for the Spring Crown Tourney and Privy Council 2014 fighter poem book.