The body of peers; the nobility, collectively.
The group of nobles, barons and above, considered to be peers. In an SCA context, the peers are comprised of the three equal branches, the Laurel, Pelican and Knight. The three orders are in taken to be equal, though not the same--companions of the order of the Laurel are known for their excellence in the arts, the Pelican for their service to the kingdom, and the knights for their prowess on the field. All SCA peers are expected to possess the qualities that the peers share; especially courtesy and the willingness to teach what they have learned to others.
A third function of the Crown Tourney and Imperial Census is to induct members of the Imperial Orders of Peerage, and the Royal Guilds. This includes the Order of the Dove and the Knights Imperica.
the peers of a kingdom considered as a group
Highly respected group of people who have been given the highest SCA awards for Arts & Sciences (Laurel), Fighting (Chivalry), or Service (Pelican). Also Royal Peers, who have been Kings/Queens or Princes/Princesses.
The highest level of awards in the Kingdom of Calontir. With a peerage, you are considered an expert in your field. ennsic War: ( event) The oldest running and largest SCA war in the world, held annually during August in Pennsylvania. This war comprises the armies of the East versus the armies of the Middle.
The British Peerage is a system of titles of nobility in the United Kingdom, part of the British honours system. The term is used both collectively to refer to the entire body of titles, and individually to refer to a specific title.