Coronation is the bi-annual event wherein the new King and Queen are crowned. The day consists of three, major courts:
- The final court of the current King and Queen
- Awards are presented, specifically Signum Reginae, Sigillum Regis or Signum Regni. Final court is also a likely time for investitures to the Orders of the Chivalry, Laurel or Pelican to take place
- Presentations are made to the "retiring" monarchs
- The Scribe Armarius presents newly painted award scrolls for historical awards
- The royal court, Queen's guard and King's and Queen's champions are released from their service to the monarchs
- The first court of the new King and Queen
- The retired King and/or Queen are granted Royal Peerage titles, if appropriate
- The new monarchs present other awards (though, typically, not very many)
- Presentations are made to the new monarchs
Frequently, following these courts is an elaborate Feast and Revel. The Sunday following Coronation was historically Queen's Champion Tournament, but that has changed as of 2017 for scheduling purposes, with the Queen's Champion competitions for Armored, Rapier and Archery being held soon after Coronation.
See Category:Coronation for a chronological listing of Coronation event articles.
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