Originally, an officer who had the care of horses; a groom.
An officer of high rank, charged with the arrangement of ceremonies, the conduct of operations, or the like
The chief officer of arms, whose duty it was, in ancient times, to regulate combats in the lists.
The highest military officer.
A ministerial officer, appointed for each judicial district of the United States, to execute the process of the courts of the United States, and perform various duties, similar to those of a sheriff. The name is also sometimes applied to certain police officers of a city.
An officer of the court whose duties correspond to those of a Sheriff in relation to civil process.
A trained and authorized person who oversees combat activities such as heavy list, fencing, and thrown weapons.
Household official in charge of the stables, later a royal officer. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 230)
A peace officer who has the power to arrest, to serve civil processes and subpoenas, and to act as bailiff in the courtroom.
Individual warranted to conduct and oversee a form of SCA combat.
A person who can run combat related activities. Comes in 6 flavors: heavy combat, rapier combat, equestrian, archery, thrown weapons, and youth combat.
A general term for: A person who helps watch for safety concerns during armored combat. An officer responsible for organizing armored combat practice within a group. Also see light and heavy combat.
A player qualified to oversee some aspect of the game rules. There is only one Marshal of each type at any one time. There will always be a Plot Marshal, Monster Marshal, and Magic Marshal at any time.
a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
(in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
a law enforcement officer of, for example, the U
an individual who is proficient and experienced in the mode of Martial Activity he is charged to oversee
an officer of the U
A law-enforcement officer who normally performs duties connected with a court.
The fighting safety officer and coordinator, shown by a black tabard with crossed yellow swords.
Officer responsible for ensuring that a specific martial activity (heavy weapons, fencing, or archery) takes place in a safe manner. Stierbach Officers
The executive officer of the federal court.
Someone who is authorized to be in charge of a specific martial activity, such as archery or heavy fighting.
A specially trained person who oversees combat activities.
Officer of the king's household, the officer in charge of horses and other animals for sport--the mews, hounds, and frequently the guards or archers. In times of war there were other military duties associated with the office, the office was originally the keeper of the royal stables but gradually evolved into a high military office. The highest marshal in England, originally known as the Great Marshal of England, was customarily known as the earl Marshal, not because that was the title of the office, but because the holder was generally an earl. The marshal, ranking just under the constable, served with him in English courts of chivalry, after Edward III established the court as a formal body. Within the SCA, the marshals are responsible for the safety of the lists. They are the representatives of the king, serving in his stead as his representative on the field of honor. Additionally, they administrate to the combatants by recording authorizations and other documents required by legal constraints.
An appointed person responsible for the refereeing of combat.
an officer of the United States, whose duty it is to execute the process of the courts of the United States. His duties are very similar to those of a sheriff.
The individual responsible for the fighting. This person makes sure all the Kingdom and Society rules for combat are met as well as safety practices of the individuals and the surrounding area. The Marshall inspects weapons and armor for safety compliance before the fighter is allowed on the field. eridies, Kingdom of: ( kingdom) Kingdom making up Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, most of Arkansas, Tennessee, almost all of Georgia, a bit of the panhandle of Florida, and small portions of both Kentucky and Virginia. iddle, Kingdom of the: ( kingdom) Kingdom making up Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, parts of Michigan, Illinois, a nip of Iowa, Essex County in Ontario. (aka Midrealm)