An officer in the houses of princes and dignitaries, in the Middle Ages, who had the superintendence of feasts and domestic ceremonies; a steward. Sometimes the seneschal had the dispensing of justice, and was given high military commands.
The legal representative of the SCA at baronial levels and higher.
Steward] Manager of an estate or a household. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 231) Steward or chief officer of lord. (Frame, Robin. Colonial Ireland, 1169-1369, 144) Related terms: Steward
A senior servitor responsible for the management of a high ranking noble or powerful freeman's house.
Usually, the seneschal is the chief steward of a castle, and Rhodreich had been in that position when Ygraine had her own castle, now that she lives at Camelot, Rhodreich plays that same role in Ygraine's household within Camelot.
French title for a steward.
Essentially the president of an SCA group. There are seneschals on local, regional and kingdom levels, as well. They are responsible for many things, depending on how well established a group is. They report the well-being of their group, and make sure there is adequate communication; they are the chief administrative officer. Seneschals are the oil that help keep groups motivated and working together.
The officer in charge of the group (like a chairman or president)
the chief steward or butler of a great household
an official in the household of a sovereign or great noble, to whom the administration of justice and entire control of domestic arrangements are entrusted
Chief administrative officer of the group. Stierbach Officers
Administrative head. Symbolised by a gold key or a red tabard with a yellow key.
Chief administrative officer of the group. Kingdom of Atlantia Seneschal's Page The Warranted Seneschals of Atlantia
Group administrator, and legal representative of the SCA found at local, regional, kingdom, and Society levels.
steward of a medieval great house s.p. sine prole (Latin: without issue) tailzie
Local chapter president.
medieval official representing his noble
The chief administrative officer and legal representative of any SCA group, who is also generally responsible for coordinating the activities of the group's other officers.
A seneschal was an officer in the houses of important nobles in the Middle Ages. In the French administrative system of the Middle Ages, the term sÃ©nÃ©chal was also a royal officer in charge of justice and control of the administration in southern provinces, equivalent to the northern French bailli.